He leaves for work in a hurry with a quick “Have a nice day” thrown over his shoulder..almost as an after-thought.

She gets ready for bed at night, turns out the light, and just manages to mumble, “Good night honey” before curling up on the opposite end of the bed.

If these scenarios are more or less the norm in your relationship, then it may be time to turn up your relationship thermostat and rekindle the physical intimacy in your relationship.

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It’s easy to get caught up in our day-to-day lives and to forget about the importance of affection in our relationships. Affection is a natural reflection of the love between you and your partner and showing affection and warmth to one another is key to strengthening your relationship.

If you’ve become accustomed to physical distance, start off with baby steps to warm things up – begin each day with a kiss goodbye and show the same affection when you both get home from work. And at bedtime, try not to turn away from each other, even if you are more comfortable facing the wall on the other end of the bed. Small efforts such as kissing your partner good night and sleeping a little less far apart will begin to chip away at the invisible wall between you and your partner.

Turn up your relationship thermostat day by day to take your relationship from luke-warm to steaming hot.

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As everyone has probably realized Valentine’s Day is coming soon. Stores are packed with candies, jewelry, flowers, and cards. Seeing all those red and pink hearts can make a single guy or gal tremble in their shoes. Feelings of loneliness, and self-doubt can start to rise.

Instead of feeling lonely and sad, enjoy being single. Focus on the fact that love doesn’t just belong to couples, it belongs to everyone. You’re fabulous and single and you can do anything!

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Here’s is dating advice on how to move beyond feeling lonely or sad on Valentine’s day:

1.) Do not define yourself by your relationship status. Being in a relationship does not create your identity – that’s all up to you.

2.) Accept your feelings. If you’re feeling depressed, sad, or lonely accept it. It’s completely natural to have these feelings when everyone seems to be paired off into couples and you feel alone.

3.) Remember that Valentine’s Day is a commercial holiday. It’s about selling flowers, candy, and singing telegrams.

4.) Ask yourself do you want to be in a relationship? If so, put yourself back on the dating market. Join a singles group, go on a blind date, or ask someone you’re attracted to out on date. Get out there and meet new people.

5.) Plan ahead – if you usually dine out alone on, eat in on Valentine’s Day. If you’re feeling sad or lonely, the last thing you need is to see couples cooing at each other while you’re having dinner.

6.) Pamper yourself. Plan a day just for you. Go to the spa, open a bottle of wine, or take a bubble bath. Do something that you want, just because you enjoy it. Valentine’s Day is the day of love – so show yourself some!

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