Couples Say It’s Been to Keep the “Spark” During the Pandemic

It’s hard to miss someone when you’re never, ever away from them.

According to a new survey, half of couples say it’s been hard to keep the “spark” alive during the six months of the pandemic.

The three most common things couples have done to try to get that spark back are:  At-home “date nights” . . . starting a new exercise routine together . . . and planning a trip you’ll get to take one day in the future.

The survey also found the average couple hasn’t taken a trip in seven months, and couples with kids haven’t been away without them in an average of 11 months.


(SWNS Digital)