Couples who cook together stay together

Given the centuries-long war of the state against the human family, maintaining a loving relationship is a revolutionary act.   Here is a practical, powerful and fun way to keep it together.

Fast food is so destructive on so many levels (psychologically, physically, socially, economically) it has become a foundation of the spontaneously self-organized satanic order.    The drive to centralization is a consequence of the the drive to adapt which is inherent in every human being.

(Natural News) If you’re in a relationship, you might have already discovered that dividing chores as evenly as possible can go a long way toward avoiding arguments. In fact, one study found that couples who divide chores in an egalitarian way enjoy a better sex life than those couples in which one partner does significantly more housework than the other. However, there is one chore that you might actually want to share with your partner if you’d like your relationship to last, and that is cooking.

In a survey of more than 1,000 American adults carried out by Light Speed GMI, 87 percent of respondents said that cooking was one of the most important activities for couples to do together to make their relationship stronger.

There are lots of ways that cooking can help couples bond, so get your aprons ready! A remarkable 98 percent of Americans consider communication to be an essential part of a happy marriage, and cooking together is a terrific way to encourage communication, whether you’re pouring over a cookbook together, over a glass of red wine, while deciding what to make for dinner, or simply chatting about your day as you chop up some organic vegetables to make that new ginger chicken recipe….

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