International forum: Romance & Friendship - Do Date Nights Really Matter?
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8 Oct 2014 02:36


Life is busy, you don’t want to spend for a date, and frankly you’re just too tired to make time for a date night with your gf/bf. You don’t need one more thing on your to-do list, but by skipping date night, are you really missing out. What is your opinion friends?

12 Oct 2014 13:10

A date night is an opportunity to communicate, and this communication may help couples deepen their understanding of one another and the relationship. ”Communication is important because “individuals continue to change,” and over time, “as they and their relationship develop, they experience new challenges and problems,”

12 Oct 2014 13:28

Quote by Princess_Sharu
A date night is an opportunity to communicate, and this communication may help couples deepen their understanding of one another and the relationship. ”Communication is important because “individuals continue to change,” and over time, “as they and their relationship develop, they experience new challenges and problems,”

Thanks for sharing your idea sayang.

12 Oct 2014 16:06
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22 Oct 2014 12:15

Quote by Creepyfac3
hmm nt all the time.as y0u said,busy pe0ple are tired en0ugh t0 always still have a late night date bt then making up during h0lidays is necessary s0 tht y0u can fill in the missing time t0gether.there are 0ther ways t0 c0mmunicate nt 0nly by evry night dating.a simple talks saying swt things t0 each 0ther sh0wing h0w much y0u missd and l0ve each 0ther is m0re than en0ugh.2 pe0ple l0ving each 0ther true always cherish evry single minute they are t0gether regardless if its 4 l0ng h0urs 0r just c0uple 0f minutes..hearts tht l0ve truly always undrstands and c0ntented as l0ng as they b0th are t0gether.true l0ve never c0unts time neither c0unts the m0ments bt it is all ab0ut c0ntentment in the arms 0f the 0ne y0u l0ve.

thanks for reply charm