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Everyone who is married knows there are times in which you love your partner more than could ever be described, and there are times in which you, well, are a little bit less in love with your partner. Over the last eight years, Channing Tatum and his wife have become intimately acquainted with that fact, and they’ve developed their own strategy to fight it.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan, Tatum outlined how he and Jenna Dewan-Tatum make sure they stay as close as possible…
”You have to want it. Jenna's and my thing is checking in with each other all the time, like "On a scale from 1 to 10, how much do you love me right now?" And you gotta be honest, and you've got to want an honest answer. I told a friend to do that. He asked the question and it turned into a huge fight, and I'm like, that's kind of the point. Obviously, something needed to be fixed, he needed to be aware of it, and she needed to get it off her chest.”
Sometimes a little painful honesty in the short-term is better if it can prevent a minor problem from festering and growing into a larger situation that could potentially end the relationship in the long-term. Luckily, Channing and Jenna are ahead of the game, which probably shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone since the former is about to save the president and the latter can dance like a baller, even though she’s currently preggers.
There’s something about these two that just works. Contrary to some other, more disposable celebrity couples, these two seem to genuinely be a team, and for the benefit of the world’s overall beauty average, they should have as many children as possible.