Is vacation a killer or a blessing for your relationship?

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Is vacation a killer or a blessing for your relationship?

The influence of holidays on marriages and romantic relationships should not be underestimated. Whether you go on a rested trip or leave with quarrels and stress, the fact remains that you are out of your ordinary and have to get used to the sudden turn to the ultimate pleasure: vacation. A vacation often offers a chance to escape the daily grind and responsibilities, giving you more space to connect with your partner on an intimate level. A special and exciting addition to your relationship. How do people experience sexuality and intimacy during holidays?

Micro moments
Many people separate after a holiday because they no longer have the 'feeling'. They miss the connection. They think they will find the answer in this 'moment of rest', as a kind of oak point. The renowned American researcher John Gottman has discovered which behavior increases the chance of a divorce. It is important to know this so that we can intervene in time. According to Gottman, a good relationship isn't all about grand gestures and deep conversations. He has just discovered the power of what he calls 'micro-moments of connection': small moments of sincere attention. Unfortunately, we sometimes forget this in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. The holiday period is then ideally suited to relive these moments together and to learn them again.

In addition to dedication, time and attention for each other, this is one of the important factors for a lasting relationship. Actually quite logical. Just think of a dog that is always happy when he sees his owner; the reward is a loving look and a pat on the head.

Create micro moments with one of our pleasure tools. Have you read our blog about 5 tips for intimacy in the caravan yet? Read here.