Imagine waking up every morning and asking yourself:
- Do I want to be with this person?
- Do I want to be in this relationship?
- Am I willing to give something to it?
- How can the relationship flourish?
Do you think romance or this relationship would last?
I’m not sure it’s a recipe for it enduring longer than a single baseball season. As for romance, doesn’t seem a good way to keep Romance Alive.
Yet she admits she frequently asks herself these questions.
To date, this couple has been together only 32 years. They’ve definitely beat the stereotypical odds for a Hollywood relationship surviving beyond a couple Academy Awards shows.
It’s not unusual to see Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell heading to dinner arm-in-arm. Goldie tweeted “Kurt n I snuggled up and watched Overboard together.”
Sounds like they still enjoying each other’s company and Kurt understands how Goldie prefers to be romanced.
I’m not an insider and haven’t interviewed either. I would, hazard a guess that touch is an important part of their romance. From my research, for at least one of them, probably Goldie, touch is the preferred way to be romanced.
Goldie admits they enjoy being together and enjoy starting the day sharing morning coffee and kisses.
If you and/or your sweetheart love to walk hand-in-hand like I do, let the paparazzi snap their photos. Let friends and neighbors whisper and stare. Throw caution to the wind and let PDA reign in your relationship.
If your sweetheart’s prefers to be romanced with touch, use it to keep your Romance Alive. Robert