A quiet dinner at home can be romantic. Or at the very least, a good opportunity for quality time with your partner. That is, unless “quiet” actually means “silent.”
Clearly, if your dinner-table silences spring from anger or resentment, those are issues you probably need professional help to address, says psychotherapist Mel Schwartz, L.C.S.W., author of The Art of Intimacy. But if you just can’t think of anything interesting to talk about, here are six ways to invigorate your dinnertime conversations.
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