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If you want to learn how to find a better balance in your life and how to bring love and romance back into your relationship, Charles Johnson has all the answers. Visit our sponsor for this event at where relationship expert and author of the book “How to Find the Right One & Make it Last” shares his proven techniques to help couples reignite the fire in their relationships.

There is nothing in the world that can compare with the joy and happiness that creating a family can bring. But having a baby is hard on any relationship. Moments that used to be filled with passionate kisses and flirty phone calls and exciting sexual escapades are suddenly replaced with breast pumps, dirty diapers and sleepless nights. For most of us, regardless of our marital status responsibilities of family and career take priority and we forget to take care of ourselves by carving out time to romance and be romanced.

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Charles Johnson is the author of “How to Find the Right One & Make it Last.” He wrote the book to share his proven methods that helped keep his 33-year marriage alive and interesting. He has included practical tips and tools that he passed on to his three happily married daughters. The fourth daughter is now dating and a happy. His simple techniques have given more than 500 clients the tools they need to connect with that someone special. To date, he has helped more than 118 clients find the “Right One” and “Make it Last.”

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  1. Joyce Raymond says

    This is a difficult question for me, because I am happily divorced. I kept trying to keep the romance alive in a marriage to a “wolf in sheep’s clothing”. I saw therapists and marriage counselors, but he had them fooled always. The worst was when I went to my pastor who told me that I just wasn’t being submissive enough! Sorry to share this, but sometimes it’s not wise to try to bring the romance back.

  2. Maureen Butcher says

    Dating, holding hands in public, schedule a time other than date night to resolve issues.

  3. tami s says

    I don’t know if I’m supposed to reply on his post o the article post., but I could not comment on the article post. It said you had to subscribe to bog to leave a comment. When I tried to subscribe it said to login to subscribe. When I tried to login in said invalid something or other. I give up so I’m going to respond here and hope it counts. I think that keep romance alive takes an everyday effort. It’s not just the special occasions, but the everyday little things you can do to make your partners life brighter. If you both do one thing a day to make the others day better, you will want to keep the romance alive,

  4. Carla Eastman says

    I waited for the right person…and when he came along he swept me off my feet. We have been together 3 years now, and we still have date nights! He’s amazing =)

  5. Corina says

    I have neverbeen in relationship worth bringing the romance back. I have been in screwed up relationships always. Would like to know how to have a healthy relationship

  6. Rebecca says

    It is important to communicate every day. Even if it is late at night, take that time because it works.

  7. Karen V says

    I and my friends have tried two things that have helped — being together and being apart. By being together I mean sending the kids to their grandmothers and spending a weekend or even just a night with just the two of you. If you can afford it, go to a B&B or rent a cottage for the weekend. By being apart, I mean spending some time apart not as a separation but as part of your regular life — going to visit your mom for the week without him or him going with the guys on a hunting/fishing weekend. Realizing that you miss someone can help bring the closeness and love back.

  8. Keri VanNuland says

    I never had romance in my marriage. He tries but its just not in him. We took an amazing vacation, 10 days in Belize. We felt so connected but yet, no romance. I wish I could answer your question. I guess we are doing something right because we are still together after 23 years. If I had to answer, id say to spend more time together without kids.

  9. ruth alston says

    be aware of how you treat each other. over time, you start taking each other for granted without even realizing it. You need to spend quality time together! Turn off the TV, quit playing of computer and put your phone and FACEBOOK away. It drives me crazy when I see post on FB that say “spending quality time with my ……..(spouse, kids, family) because that is TOTALLY impossible if you are sitting there on your phone or computer typing that into the device. Hold hands, sit beside each other and snuggle on the couch while watching TV (if most ppl are like me and my husband, he has a recliner he likes to sit in and I sit on the couch when we watch TV. If you can get him to come sit with you or vice versa then you can snuggle with each other on the couch). Another thing that I have to mention is do something nice for your spouse for no reason. If you are the husband, stop and pick some wild flowers for your love and bring them home to her with a big kiss. Or write her a love note, leave her a sweet message written on the bathroom mirror with a dry erase marker (this works for both spouses and is especially nice if you get up before your spouse and leave the msg so that they wake up to it) If you are the female, cook his favorite meal and have it ready when he gets home, plan to give him a hot bath and talk about his day, make him a homemade “coupon book” with things in it like this is good for one free back rub, or you can get “naughty” and make it other types of “treats” for him. This one also works if you are the male in this relationship and making one for your female love. The main thing again is to realize that you are taking each other for granted and try to do one nice thing a day to show that you appreciate your spouse, even if it’s just to tell them how nice they look or kiss them on the hand or forehead, especially if you don’t normally do this……some little something that makes them feel special and let’s them know you appreciate them

  10. carol pennington says

    Plan things together to look forward to ; establish traditions, however small and silly, that you both enjoy.

  11. tina liles says

    make sure to get away for a weekend every now and then…. then you and your spouse get away from the things that distract you from spending time with each other.

  12. says

    Please note that there was nowhere in the rafflecopter form for me to leave my twitter information. Due to twitter restrictions on following, I had to use 3 different accounts: @fotomacro, @tofufairy, and @mstofufairy. Just a FYI! Also, I put the response from his blog post in the rafflecopter form.

    • says

      also please note that there may be some duplicate entries for me because the rafflecopter form did not hold my entries when the page reloaded after leaving a comment.

  13. Lisa says

    Date night, weekend getaways whenever possible and above all (this took years for us to realize) learning to vocalize your needs instead of expecting your partner to “know” what you want.

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