Sharing a meal is one of the most connective things you can do for your relationship.
This month’s positive point in a couple’s life revolves around food. The husband and wife in this relationship have a very busy work and outside activity schedule, which makes it difficult for them to find time to sit down and share a meal. To add to the time crunch challenge, they each eat diametrically opposed foods. One is a meat and potatoes person, while the other likes a variety of tastes and textures in food.
Sharing a meal with your partner is one of the most connective things you can do for your relationship. Assuming the food is delicious, the meal gives you the chance to experience joy together and provides culinary topics to discuss. Eating is such a fundamental need that fulfilling that need with your mate can be very satisfying.
Although eating together every day is ideal, sharing a meal at least 3 times a week can be a beginning to expanding the frequency of meals eaten side by side. The couple to whom I referred to in the beginning of this article has figured out a way to share a meal 3 times each week and are open to increasing their dining frequency. That is a terrific beginning!