Many of my friends say, "Well, I don't have time/money/energy/etc to go on a date." Let's face it, folks. Going on a date doesn't have to cost a lot of money. If your children are young, see if you can find someone to trade date nights with. If your children are old enough to stay home alone, you can go grocery shopping together.
That's right. I said, "Go grocery shopping together." This is not the most wonderful chore. Many people hate it. Go and do it with the person you need to spend time with. This is time you can spend talking, bonding, and generally being together. Hold hands. Chat. Be together. That is the most important part of a date, being together. Go have a date with that person whose love you're wanting to cultivate. Spend time together. It will pay off.