How To Improve Your Love Life The Easy Way
Is your relationship struggling? Are you concerned about its future? Fear not, as there are a few simple things that you can do to keep the love and the happiness flowing and to ensure there are many good years ahead.
Find a New Way to Connect
Couples don’t always need to have everything in common and opposites really do attract. However, couples do need to have one or two things in common. They need to be able to share hobbies, past-times and even films with each other.
So, find a new hobby that you can both enjoy. It doesn’t have to be something big and you don’t even have to leave the house. It can be a board game, it can be a craft. The goal is to find something you both enjoy and something that will bring you together.
2. Inject Some Spice into the Bedroom
Sex is the backbone of all healthy relationships, and a healthy sex life will lead to a healthy marriage.
Bring some toys into the bedroom. Wear lingerie that will excite your partner, and generally just try to do something different. What begins in the bedroom will grow and flourish everywhere else and you relationship will be healthier for it.
3. Spend Time Apart
If you spend all day and every day with your partner, then you’ll be amazed at what a little time apart can do. Even if it is just for a few days.
Take separate holidays, spend some time at a friend’s house. Just make sure you’re apart and that you begin to miss each other.
When you meet up again, act on those primal, yearning instincts that you feel and let the passion take over.
4. Arrange a Date Night
You used to go on dates in the early months of your relationship and you probably got excited about those dates. So why not bring that excitement back?
Take some time every month to have a romantic meal with your partner. Treat it like a date. Get dressed up, watch a film, have a meal and rediscover some of that lost passion.
5. Be Open About Your Fetishes
Fetishes are more common than you might think, but many people are too embarrassed about their fetishes to tell their partner. You need to be open and clear about what turns you on.
As soon as you tell your partner about your kinks, then they will be more inclined to open up about theirs. This clarity will ensure that you are both completely satisfied sexually, which can help to maintain a happy relationship.
6. Keep Flirting
Remember when you were a teenager and you first fell in love? The flirting may have been awkward, but it put butterflies in your stomach. It made you feel excited and alive. You need that feeling back, and there is no reason it can’t be there with a long-term partner.
Take time to flirt, to talk like teenagers would. Kiss them, hug them, look longingly into their eyes. If you can get those butterflies back then the relationship will have many more happy years ahead of it.
7. Plan Ahead
A stable relationship is one that has a future and knows what that future is. If you don’t discuss your goals and needs with your partner then that instability and uncertainty will weaken the relationship.
Create time to have a discussion and make sure you cover everything. Do you want children, and if so, how many do you want? Do you want to get married now, in a month, or in several years? Where do you want to live, to raise a family and to establish your career?
These are all things that both partners need to know in order for the relationship to flourish.
8. Book a Romantic Adventure
We all need to get away every now and then, and booking a holiday with your partner can help you to feel more connected.
Go on an adventure. Book a cabin in the middle of nowhere. Take a city break. Whatever you do, you need to make sure that it’s all about you and your partner and that you will have plenty of time alone together.
9. Have Unplanned Sex Everywhere
If you have sex every night or morning and you always do it in the same place, it will become mundane. Sex is supposed to be exciting, thrilling, so mix it up a little bit.
Try new positions. Have sex during the day or in the middle of the night. And try to have sex in new and exciting places, whether it be on the beach, in a hotel room or even in a different room of your house.
10. Surprise Your Partner at Work
Be the knight in shining armour by showing up to your partner’s workplace and relieving them of the day-to-day monotony. They are not used to seeing you there and that out-of-context surprise can improve their day and increase their feelings for you.
Do not pester them at a busy time and do not linger. The more you hang around and get in the way, the more of a negative appearance it will become. Instead, just show up for a few minutes during lunch, delivering a kiss or a gift and giving their colleagues a reason to be jealous.
You have worked hard to keep the love and happiness in your relationship, but it’s not so much about the effort you put it, and more about where that effort goes. If you do things right then even a long-term relationship will feel like it did during the first few months.