Friday, August 14, 2015

Never stop #dating your spouse - Keeping the flame going @vampauthormaya #relationship #marriage



Forbidden Fruit Friday






Welcome to Forbidden Fruit Fridays!


Dedicated to exploring the recesses of the sexual realm that may be
considered decadent indulgences, immoral pleasures, and desires that are  tempting…but sinfully dangerous, Forbidden Fruit Fridays features thoughts,  articles, educational guides, visual stimulation, experiences, trends and  conversations with friends that explores sex in every flavor richer than vanilla.


And don’t forget; always keep a lover close at hand after visiting
Forbidden Fruit Fridays. Trust me, it will make your weekend that more…satisfying.




~Maya DeLeina






Never stop dating your spouse





The excitement in courting. The loving proposal. The enchanting wedding. The adventure as newlyweds. 

Now what?

Entering into new phases of a relationship can take some getting used to. Most often, people feel the "spark" fading. I like to think the "spark" simply transitions into something more- a deep sense of comfort, stability, security and trust. 

But it takes some doing to recognize this. 

Sparks translates into excitement, fireworks, adventure, breathtaking moments. This overshadows the quiet, peaceful, stablility we actually gain more fulfillment from in the big picture.

However...

If you hold on to the mindset that you never stop dating your spouse, those sparks can once again ignite.

And guess what? 

At the end of the night...or morning after, the comfort, stability, security and trust we longed for during courtship phase is there for us too. 

Talk about having your cake and eating it too!

Here's what I mean:


My husband and I have date nights. 

We get ready in separate parts of the house and sometimes, we even meet at a designated location, driving separately and arriving at staggering times. We agree not to talk about work, household chores that need to be done or home improvement items. Instead, we talk about each other -learning how the day was, what we look forward to, what our dreams, goals and aspirations are. And slowly, as the evening progresses, there may be hand on a knee, a not-so-innocent touch on a cheek. 

See where I am going?

We focus on us as we once did in the dating phase. The marriage phase, the day to day lives of the house, job, family - sometimes consumes the us. Bringing it back to just us, in a setting that breaks  routine, gives us a moment to see and appreciate our spouse all over again.  

And then all of a sudden- boom- SPARK! 



Now, we have even gone as far as getting the hotel room for the night and then the sparks turn to fireworks!  

And guess what? 

There is no morning-after awkwardness, asking yourself, "what's next?" 

What's next is my husband and I will have breakfast together and most likely spend the day together in bliss. 

Security  comfort, stability and trust, handed right to us...with an amazing side of spark. 



So, for this weekend, try "dating" your spouse. 

Oh, and to lead up to that hotel room fireworks...may I suggest your date night include a reading of a tantalizing scene from one of my books? 

It just may make that "grand finale" keep going, and going and going....








Maya DeLeina


Multi-published author Maya DeLeina was born and raised on the beautiful and romantic beaches of Oahu, Hawaii. Relocating to Colorado, Maya's crystal blue oceans and powdery white sands were traded for enchanting forests, mystic mountains and golden plains of promise.

Living just on the outskirts of Manitou Springs, the town's history of spiritual healing, eclectic flare, fabled underground tunnels and rumored lore of wizardry and witchcraft rekindled Maya's love for the paranormal, metaphysical and most of all, vampires. One bite and she was hooked.


With a hint of incense lofting in the air and the majestic Pikes Peak sitting in picture perfect view from her windows, Maya can be found relaxing in the recesses of her comfy couch, sinking her teeth into crafting and weaving seducing and erotic tales of vampires that may or may not roam her beloved town. One read and you'll be hooked!


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