Respect. Let us by your actions that you respect our opinion, careers, interests, friends, body and spirit. You do not have to agree with everything we say or do, but try to honor our opinions as valuable contributions. Follow the golden rule and treat us as you would want to be treated: Be honest, fair, friendly and attentive.
Sex. Yes, we love sex. But remember to go to four bases in the bedroom, not just one. Try to stop at each base instead of being so focused on the home run-trust us, we will be grateful! Also remember small physical details, such as massages. One can never, ever, rubs shoulders too much. And scratching our head is quite large, too.
Challenge. Not the kind that a relationship is constant work, but the good kind that surprises and motivates us to do, be or achieve what we want. Studies show that partners who encourage one another to meet targets in other words, do not support lazy or bad habits-end happier than those who do not have to hold each other accountable.
Romance. It’s another night on the couch with take-out and Tv? Just because we are staying in does not mean the night is not romantic. Light a few candles and see where it’s leading night. Treat us like your girlfriend, even after we become your wife. Date nights, making out in the car, kissing like when we first started dating all the things you have our love do not have to stop just because now pay there bills, cleaning a house, and children who need to bathe. Bring home flowers for no reason. We’re not talking $ 100 bouquets of roses here. Even the $ 10 bouquets from the supermarket is enough to make us smile.
Communication. Women are vocal creatures. We know you love us, but it’s nice to hear you say it, too. We can also uncertain. We wish we were not, but the reality is that we often find our wobbly thighs and remember our beautiful eyes. So let us know when we warm. Let us know that we are beautiful. It helps us feel good. Plus, if we feel sexy we are more likely to act sexy. Words of appreciation are not half-bad. Tell us you love the lasagna we made. Thank us for driving the kids to school. It does not have to be over the top, please let us know you we stabbing energy in, and you’re grateful.
Time. We understand relationships can not all wine and roses; just making the time to be with us and treat us as your top priority says “love” more than all the fancy gifts and beautiful letters ever could. This includes helping around the house. The reality of a 21st century relationship that both partners probably work. If you happen to get home before we do that, why not take vacuuming the living room or throw in a load of laundry? If you take the garbage without being asked, the chances are that you get a big hug when you come back.
Give your partner the time she deserves!
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