A dance teacher told me once that she could see a couple’s entire relationship on the dance floor. When someone’s toes got stepped on (and they did – we were all beginners) – she could see how how some people blamed their partner, while others apologized and let it go. Some stopped the lessons before they got to be good at it, while others had fun learning and adjusting to how their partners moved. Watch video in link below
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it can be easy to move to the music with your partner. But over time, things change. Maybe it’s a simple misunderstanding, and one of you feels hurt. Perhaps the change comes from something that you’ve been hoping for — a child, or a promotion. Or it could come from a major challenge, like an illness or a job loss. Wherever it comes from, something happens, and the music changes. You and your partner step on each others toes. Changes, enjoyable and difficult, are a part of life and of every couple’s relationship. But how you handle them makes the difference between a relationship that comes apart…or grows stronger.