We live in a time of excess. Learning how to curb our devouring appetites can mean the difference between failure and success.
Everything these days is over. We smoke too much, drink too much, work too much. This is all detrimental to our physical and mental health. Yet while this produces lasting negative effects, we often overlook one of the most important tasks we should be doing: spending quality one-on-one time with our partner.
Overdate: People Overwork, Overspend, Overeat and Overdrink but They Fail to Overdate Their Significant Other is an in-depth examination of what it means to cultivate and nurture healthy, lasting relationships.
No matter how long your relationship has been, there is certainty that your level of active participation is slowing down, not from a lack of interest or attraction, but from the slow, natural grind of time and familiarity. This could stem from a variety of reasons, and all threaten the stability of your relationship. Perhaps intimacy has faded. He no longer brings you flowers. The I Love You’s lessen.
All are signs of dating neglect but can be rectified with a renewed approach to dating your spouse or partner. Just because you’re married or have been together for a long period of time doesn’t mean you should stop dating one another.
There is no better time to rekindle your relationship, give it that boost you know you need, than right now. Overdate is built upon the foundations of a 31- year successful relationship, filled with successes and failures, and provides you the tools necessary to start enjoying your partner the way they deserve.