Friday, February 14, 2014

A little bit of “Marriage Insurance”

Dancing with one another on regular basis requires a lot of trust. It could be the male or female putting themselves on the line. It’s risky business to be uncomfortable, not confident, or risk looking foolish in front of your spouse.

What could the payoff to suck risks be?? The answer has caused wars, dethroned kings, and overthrown empires… It’s all for … love

Men out there ask yourselves one questions. How often do you take your wife and hold her in your arms for forty minutes??

With a grim looking divorce rate of 50% percent in first marriages, 67% of second, and 74% of third marriages [Jennifer Baker of the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Missouri] the answer is NOT ENOUGH! In Tampa Florida divorce lawyer Arnie Levine offers one of his secrets to a long-lasting marriage: ballroom dancing. Levine is “a divorce court terror in a tasteful charcoal suit,” the Tampa Bay Times reports, but he has been married 55 years to his wife, Gail. The couple goes ballroom dancing on Wednesday nights.
"You have an opportunity to hold your wife in your hands, talk sweet nothings, and go out to dinner," Arnie Levine tells the newspaper.


Dancing is one of the few activities that can release Oxycontin that magical chemical elixir produced and released in the body. It’s also known as the “trust molecule”. This chemical is incredibly potent between loved ones, especially as they begin to rely on one another.
“This neuropeptide which acts in the body and brain, is the biochemical representation of emotional and sexual intimacy…Until a few years ago, oxytocin was believed to only be generated during sex and during childbirth, since at these moments the discharge of the hormone is extremely powerful. We now know that the hormone can be produced in more subtle ways during activities that promote social bonds. The happiest moments in life are usually flooded with oxytocin and in their repetition they consolidate a healthy life.”

The more you interact and take risks together, the more and better the payoff will be.

Today being Valentine’s Day, We pose another question for the married couples out there… Why wait? Beat the odds and take a chance on each other

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