Differences exist between the sexes; we all know this to be true. Each living on a different planet, men and women have their own ideas about what is romantic. What makes romance so powerful and so necessary to our life? Is it that romance is the language that only the heart knows best? When we show the one we desire most that they are special to us, we are being romantic.
We can do this in so many different and unique ways. Any good relationship requires effort to keep it alive. Your unique way of being romantic is your personal anchor to securing the heart of another. Below are 18 tips from a true romantic's book. You can simply follow the guidance and do the do things, or, you can adapt the suggestions below to your own nature. Either way, you will be well on your way to being the true romantic! ~ Leave a note professing your love for your partner to find during the day.
Put the note where it will be found, easily. Try their briefcase, the driver's seat of their car, in their coat pocket, in their lunch bag, taped to the receiver of the phone, taped to their computer, or left taped to a doorknob. ~ As soon as you arrive home for the day seek out your partner and offer a big, loving kiss. Tell your partner how much you love him or her and ask about their day.
Make this a new, daily habit. ~ As an alternate idea, when your partner arrives home for the day, take their hand and pull them towards you aggressively. Offer a huge hug, kiss and say, "I missed you today!" ~ While your partner showers, heat up his or her towel in the dryer.
~ Have flowers delivered to partner at work. ~ Surprise your partner by arriving home with their favorite drink, snack, or ice-cream. ~ Arrange for an intimate lunch date with your partner. ~ Afterward, send a virtual card. Tell them how much you enjoyed lunch together. ~ Call your partner in the middle of the day to discuss your romantic plans for that evening.
~ Print out some love coupons (find them on-line) and present them to your partner. One might say: this entitles loved one to a full-body massage, and sign your name. ~ For the kid in all of us! Use multi-colored, sidewalk chalk to draw a BIG heart in red and write.
Print out the words, "I love you" in the middle of the heart. Do this someplace that is prominent such as on your driveway so that when your partner comes home he or she will see it. ~ Cook a favorite meal for your partner and then eat it, slowly, by candlelight.
~When the weather is best, take a brisk walk through a nature trail with your love and talk about all the reasons why he or she is so special to you. ~ If the weather is dreary, have an indoor picnic. Spend the time together, inside enjoying your favorite board games and just relaxing and talking. ~ Cuddle up in your pj's and relish a romantic movie together. ~ Just sleep in and cuddle together. Call into work and explain you are "under the weather" and need to rest a bit more before coming in.
~ Make a long list of the many reasons why you love your partner as you do and then have them framed and present it to him or her. ~ If you don't live together, call your loved one just to say goodnight. Recite a favorite love poem over the phone and end with, "Sweet dreams, until we meet again!" Romance in a relationship is the chord that makes the heart beat strongest.
Without it, love can weaken and even disappear. Romance the one you love with confidence! Stress that we face in everyday life can mess up our relationships indirectly. By making you self absorbed or worried about your problems, you may ignore a loved one at important times, when he or she needs you the most. Managing your stress with confidence will have an effect on all aspects of your life, including your loving relationships, in a beneficial manner.
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