4 Ways to Put More Snuggle in Your Marriage

I think I know something about you and your spouse. When you were dating, you snuggled a lot. You loved to hold hands, kiss, and be in each other’s arms. You never grew tired of holding each other.

Does that sound about right?

But if you’re like me, after several years of marriage and a couple of kids, you don’t have much time for snuggling. There are too many other important things to get done!

The dictionary says that snuggling means “to move into a warm, comfortable position.” Ahh yes…holding your spouse close – even for a few seconds – can bring a wonderful sense of well-being to your marriage, perhaps especially during tumultuous times.

Here are four ways you can activate snuggle power in your marriage:

1. Hold hands

Whenever you’re walking together, get into the habit of holding hands. If you’re carrying things or kids, this may not be practical. But whenever you can, grab his hand as you walk or when you’re sitting next to each other.

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