Eating Together- The Key To A Successful Relationship
Old Lyme, CT (February 8, 2009-) We’ve all heard the old maxim that communication is the key to a successful relationship, but according to one therapist, it’s actually a lot simpler than that. Although talking is certainly important in creating a healthy, growing relationship, another joint activity is no less important: eating.
“Couples who stay together, eat together,” explains Sam Childs, Principal of Sam-Childs.com, who has been helping struggling couples for several years.. “When you sit down to dinner together, you create a special environment in which nothing else disturbs you, you have a shared experience and you get time to talk as well. It’s no coincidence that the best couples I’ve seen all make sure they have at least one romantic meal together a week.”
And it’s not just the eating that’s important, says Sam. If the couple can also cook and clean up together, that’s even better.
“The more things you do together as a couple, the better for the relationship,” he explains.
Although eating together provides the best mixture of benefits from planning each meal through chatting to doing the washing up, other joint activities can also be very effective. Long hikes, church going and dancing all help to cement a healthy relationship
For more information and for a fun, informative interview call Sam Childs Jr. at (860) 391-2412
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