1. They supported each other’s mission and growth

Supporting your partner’s vision and growth is essential to building a healthy and stronger relationship. Barack in his farewell speech stated,” For the past twenty-five years, you have not only been my wife and mother of my children, you have been my best friend.”

2. They created time for date nights amidst their busy schedules

They took time out to have date nights. This is vital to building stronger together. No matter how busy your schedule may be, set time aside to go on date nights.

3. They showed deep affection for each other

They kept their relationship private but the affection they had for each other could not be hidden from the public. This also showed the depth of the love they have for each other.

Love and affection, support and date nights can significantly contribute to ways in which you and your partner can build and work together to become better not bitter. Relationships require work but without supporting each other and taking time out to relax and enjoy each other’s company, your relationship will grow sour and wear out in no time. Learn from what the 44th President and First Lady of the United States showed the world. Always remember, friendship and team work make the dream work and allows your relationship to last a lifetime.

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About Kemi Sogunle

Kemi Sogunle is a certified professional coach (life and relationship expert), international speaker and multi-award-winning author. Kemi’s mission in life is to support single men and women who are ready, to find who they are after a broken relationship or divorce, heal from their painful past experiences, learn to love themselves and develop positive and healthier relationship habits. She believes truthful and purposeful living is paramount to healthy living.

Learn more about Kemi on her website: www.kemisogunle.com.