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Five Ways to Connect during Family Time

Kids scream and cry and yell and get hungry and get thirsty and need attention. During family time, couples can feel very distant and unsupported which negatively affects all members of the family. We have all been there.

It is family time and your child asks you for something that has already been vetoed by your partner. Rather than agree with your partner, knowingly or not, you may give a different answer. Something so simple and easy to fall into can cause a massive rift between even the closest of couples. That said, here are five ways to connect even when chaos has taken on the form of your children.

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5 Ways to Bond over Spring Cleaning

Spring is here at long last – well, in some parts of the world. And with the season comes the cleaning. The earth sheds its debris, its winter weight, and its harsh drama of the cold months. Your house needs to shed its dirt as well. But Spring Cleaning doesn’t have to be the drain that it has been reputed to be. Here are five ways to allow Spring cleaning to bring you and your partner together.

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3 Books Every Couple Should Read Together

Reading as a couple is not only a way to stay connected through activity, but also through frame of mind. When you both are taking in the same information, conversation and intellectual dialogue bonds you. Shared ideas tend to bring cohesion.

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Five Practical Ways To Help Settle Arguments

Being able to argue constructively is a trait we all need to get better at.  And, though this is highly individualized and unique to a couple, here are five practical things you can do “improve” your next argument.

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5 Pillars to Constructive Conflict Resolution

There are many websites and articles that can offer great advice for conflict resolution, and sometimes, you need to keep trying different ones to find a good fit for you. Here are our 5 pillars to good conflict resolution.

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What Your Love Language Says About You

Do you know what your love language is? Well knowing is just part of the equation. In order for you to strengthen your relationship using the 5 Love Languages, you have to know what they mean and how to utilize them. Even more important, you have to really understand your partner’s love language. If you haven’t already, we suggest identifying both of your love languages with this test. After, refer to the graphics below to help better understand.

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5 Thought-Provoking Questions to Ask Your Partner

Communication is key. We’ve all heard the phrase, and there really is no denying the power of communication. However, when you’re in a long-term relationship, it’s easy to feel like you’ve already had all of the conversations. It can feel like you’ve asked every question. So we compiled a list of thought-provoking questions you can ask your partner.

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3 Holiday Rom-Coms to Start your Christmas Weekend!

What’s better than a rom-com you ask? Well, festive ones, of course! We all love romance, humor (of course), but when you add the magic of the holidays, it all of a sudden adds so much more magic! Here’s a list of our favorite Christmas romantic comedies: 1. Love...

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What is Crated with Love?

A subscription box for date night? Yup! Every month, Crated with Love ships out a new date box aimed to keep the best part of your relationship alive and thriving! So…what’s in a crate?

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