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1. BE CAUTIOUS WITH ELECTRONICS: Cellphones, TV’s, video games and other electronics can be a distraction, so be cautious about having them in your room.

2. DON’T FIGHT OR ARGUE IN THE BEDROOM: Make the bedroom a No-Fight zone. Go to the kitchen or the living room, but don’t argue in the bedroom.

3. TUCK YOUR KIDS INTO THEIR OWN BEDS EACH NIGHT: Inviting the kids into your bed at night could affect your ability to reconnect as a married couple. If a child shows up occasionally due to a bad dream, that’s one thing … but allowing them to start out in your bed every night isn’t healthy for intimacy.

4. TRY TO GO TO BED AT THE SAME TIME AS EACH OTHER: If possible, make this a regular routine.

5. GIVE GOODNIGHT KISSES & SAY “I LOVE YOU” BEFORE GOING TO SLEEP EVERY NIGHT.

6. PUT A LOCK ON YOUR BEDROOM DOOR. Having a lock on your bedroom door will give you privacy and peace of mind from being interrupted by your kids.

7. ADD SOME ROMANTIC ACCESSORIES: Candles or dimmed lights provide ambience. Diffusing essential oils is also a great way to add fragrance and help set the mood. You also might consider a fan in your room to drown out noise and keeping some massage oil handy.

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