In our personal experience of relationships, as well being a London couple counsellor and sex therapist, we understand the importance of play and fun in relationships.
Couples who create time and space to have fun and play have a more happier, connected and positive relationship.
Ask yourself some honest questions:
How would you describe your relationship right now?
Perhaps the words or feelings of dull, stuck, organised, routine stressed, frustrated or loveless come to mind.
Now ask yourself how you would like your relationship to be?
Spontaneous, happy, enjoyable, fun, passionate, more loving or even playful are perhaps the words that come to your mind.
The first chapter in your relationship
When couples are in the initial stages of getting to know each other they generally spend a lot of time engaged in fun and interesting activities - such as going out for dinner, theatre, going away for romantic weekends, embarking on fun activities, romantic walks or picnics.
The relationship is full of spark, fun, laughter and sexual connection and they naturally expect that to continue.
The middle chapter in relationships
Fast forward a few years, the relationship evolves into a mortgage, marriage, children, stress, longs hours at work, the day-to-day challenges and modern day worries get in the way of you the couple.
The connections, passion, and fun that was made getting to know each in the first chapter takes a back seat. Sex becomes a think of the past and the relationship flows along in cruise control - a steady pace ahead.
The importance of play and fun in relationships
Play can be fun, enjoyable and exciting but underneath that it has another role.
Play can bring a new found sense of fun into the relationship, a deeper bond, spontaneity and even conflict resolution.
Having fun helps the relationship to become unstuck, allows new positive emotions and feelings to flow through the relationship and creates a unity to come together as a team.
The next chapter in your relationship
If you are ready to get out of the relationship routine and are willing your yourself to open up to new relationship experiences of play, fun, passion and spontaneity which is grounded in a deep connection and love for each other we can help.
In our experience, both personal and professional, couple who have space for fun and play in their relationship have a more positive and healthy relationship.
To discuss your situation please call us on 075 3421 3557 and we are happy to answer any questions you may have and how we can help.
So for today, make space in your relationship to have some fun, experience each other in a different way and enjoy it.
THE RELATIONSHIP EXPERTS International Relationship Experts John Donlon and Linda Connors have over 30 experience between them. They offer powerful and life changing relationship couple counselling and personal development programmes. They work with individuals and couples in the UK, America, Europe and Australia. If you are in relationship crisis are ready to take the first step into saving your relationship you can contact us on 0800 024 86 47.
Linda and John offer relationship advice, solutions and share their thoughts on love, relationships, marriage and intimacy.
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