We know everyone has an obviously different experience of falling in love. Still, anytime you feel a special emotion, it’s true and legit, and according to the researchers and love gurus, it might not be constant and strong and forever kind love.
To grow and flourish, a couple’s relationship needs to spend meaningful time together. But what happens if a couple makes an effort to show each other they care? When busy schedules come in the way, how does the need for quality time together affect the relationship?
It is quality time when individuals are together and engaged in activities. It all comes down to showing someone you care by giving them your whole attention.
When you are with your partner, you put your phone down, switch off your iPad, and focus on them. And since it touches their heart, it means a lot when you do it. They sense a feeling of importance, affection, and specialness as if you made time specifically for them.
Sadly, technology is making it harder for us to spend time with our relationships in a meaningful way. Even when we are together, we are always apart, frequently in our own minds or online. However, no matter how long it lasts, spending time together while participating in other things in close proximity is not always regarded as quality time.
Sitting in a chair. And if spending meaningful time with someone is how they primarily communicate their love, then this lack of connection could make them feel empty and lonely.
To like someone, spend time with them meaningfully while keeping eye contact. In fact, maintaining eye contact will make your spouse feel valuable, significant, and understood since it will demonstrate that you have their whole attention. Additionally, it conveys your curiosity about what they have to say.
However, if you are distractedly scrolling on your phone while your spouse is telling you about their day, they will infer that you don’t care about what they have to say and, as a result, that you don’t care about them.