Date nights improve marriages, according to common sense and a comprehensive, quantitative study conducted by the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia.
The study showed improvements for married couples who go on frequent dates across categories such as happiness, commitment, communication, parenthood stability, and community integration.
• Couple must wear bracelet to identify them as participants to receive discount.Often times, it leads to unnecessary arguments or awkward tension.Poor communication will almost always lead to mismanaged expectations, which in turn lead to disappointment.• One bracelet per couple for dine-in only (max 2 Adults). • Participants will base gratuity on the full price before the discount.• The YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen bracelets.
The evidence also showed that married couples who devote time together at least once a week not only have lower divorce rates, but also increase the perceived quality of their marriage.