Couple's life is turning into a fairy tale right now. But how do you keep romance and romance after marriage alive? Here are some tips to make sure your relationship stays as strong as it is, and also grow it more: Friends and family: Let your friends know that you don't want them to visit too often; avoid too much social media use during the day; try not to get too caught up in work; and avoid alcohol. Don't let him or her out of your sight for more than one day Your partner: Don't let him or her out of your sight for more than one day. If you do, maybe for a walk around the neighborhood or a walk at the park, you must have an alarm on and be ready with some snacks in hand (preferably chocolate). Also, if he or she is going somewhere late at night, be careful with when you go out so that neither of you gets too lonely. Company: When your partner goes travelling, don't feel like you're going with them! Instead, consider having a business meeting at home and doing some work while they're away. You might also wish to talk about what's going on inside your business during this period so that both parties can grow closer together and continue their partnership. All other things being equal, I would suggest keeping these tips in mind as you plan for your relationship and keep it healthy. You should also consult with a professional relationship counselor or therapist to help ease any stress between the two of you and help boost the romance between you two! There are love, attachment, bonding and a few other compatibility issues to resolve. There are love, attachment, bonding and a few other compatibility issues to resolve. Perhaps you feel that your marriage is too young to be called a romance. But it may not be too early to start thinking of it that way. Your marriage will not last forever, but if you want to make it a romantic experience for your honeymoon and beyond, there are several tips to keep your relationship healthy and lovely. To start off with, the key to winning your spouse's heart is honesty. Be forthright about your feelings for her (or him) and don't try to hide them from her. You need her love and support in the long run, not just for now. Make sure you're showing affection by giving her gifts on an almost daily basis. Her love for you will come through in any gesture of yours! If possible, make sure you have a plan for moving into a new home before getting married. There are many reasons why this might be necessary: if one or both of you wants to move out of their current home (for example, if they want a new job), or if there is something that needs fixing in their old place (for example, they want more space). If they want to move in together or stay where they are now, there should be some discussion about which house they should live in while they decide where they want to live after marriage (and what their plans are). Also consider how much time each person has left before retirement and how this affects the other person's decision making process when looking at houses near each other. Do both of you have say about what kinds of houses would work best for both of them? This may also help alleviate any sense that "if I move out, he'll have no place to go" fears. If one or both of you wants children before getting married/living together, consider having a joint child care plan – one person pays the bills while the other takes care of day-to-day expenses like child care costs and child health issues – so neither party has financial stress on top of their lives being turned upside down by having kids right away! The wisdom of infidelity as well as true love cannot be proven with data alone; it’s up to each couple’s faith in their relationship and faith that God is leading them towards perfect love towards each other. Love each other unconditionally Love each other unconditionally. This means being there for one another through thick and thin, good times and bad. You should be each other's biggest fan and support system. Love is a funny thing. It's like a force that pushes you in the most unexpected ways. You may not be aware of it yet, but love is an incredibly powerful force. It does not discriminate, and in fact, it's attracted to everything – the good and bad. Just as gravity pulls things together, love is attracted to your happiness and success. It can also pull you away from your loved ones at times, especially when you are feeling stressed or unhappy. But just as there are forces that pull you towards a certain direction, there are also forces that push you away from those who mean the most to you. This can be because of past hurts or just for pure selfish reasons. So here are some tips on how to keep your relationship healthy: Stay true to yourself – Sacrifice your needs for yours and do what makes you happyBe honest with each other – Never hide anything important from each other; If something feels wrong or off-putting tell each other right awayBe true to your needs – Do what makes sense for you, rather than being forced into doing something that is not right for youDon't be critical of each other; Criticism won't make either of you happyBe open-minded and understand the other person's point of view Keep the romance alive by always trying something new together. Be spontaneous and have fun. Romantic love is a beautiful thing; it is timeless and true and can be experienced by both men and women. However, it is something that can be difficult to maintain over time. To keep their romance alive, you should consider the following tips: Make sure that you take time to engage each other in conversation. Try not to get too caught up in work or the daily grind and instead spend enough time together to connect on a personal level. Try not to get too caught up in work or the daily grind and instead spend enough time together to connect on a personal level. Make sure you are having fun with each other as well as with all of your activities. Try out different types of activities together in order to stimulate your relationship as well as your own physical attraction. Try out different types of activities together in order to stimulate your relationship as well as your own physical attraction. Make sure you are showing each other affection, even if it's just some small gestures such as holding hands, taking turns at driving or asking for help or assistance (even if it's just small). It goes without saying that keeping feelings alive does not mean going overboard into sexiness. You should always keep it both fun and light-hearted for maximum enjoyment from the relationship. If you find yourself falling into anything more serious than friendship, try being honest with each other about this fact so that there's no confusion about whether or not something truly special exists between the two of you (especially if one partner has previously been married). Also, this doesn't have to be an on-going thing either - just stop for a few months once every couple of years for dating purposes (so both partners don't feel rushed). However after a few months or so (depending on how serious things are), there’s nothing holding you back from declaring yourself officially "in love" again since they were never really meant to be exclusive anyway!