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There is always something romantic about the holidays. The night lights, the cold winter air, big decadant meals, roaring fires at night that makes you want to snuggle -- not to mention all the holiday madness with the family oftentimes makes you just want to spend some quiet, quality time with your loved one.
So AARP put together the five steps you need to take to make sure you have a romantic holiday with your honey. The first is my favorite:
Just say no. You don't owe everyone an explanation of why you are declining a party or family meal; simply give your regrets when you have accepted your limit. Designate some nights, such as Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve, as couple nights, and stick to your schedule.
Read the rest by our relationship expert Dr. Pepper Schwartz at AARP.