Some couples are genuinely motivated when it comes to creativity and romance. Others take a little prompting and pushing. For those who want to be hopeless romantics but work better when they have a simple guide to work by.
Look at your spouse. Really look at him or her. Make mental notes about all of the things you find attractive and admire about your mate. Start to compliment him or her several times a day. Give him or her a compliment at regular intervals like every four to six hours until you get in the habit of doing it naturally.
Successfully romantic couples know that the first thing they should say to each other in the morning before anything else is “I love you” and they mean it. Another great action to accompany your expression of love is to give your spouse a hug. Hug tightly, hug gently, hug for a long time, hug quickly, but be sure to hug often.
Whatever you choose to do, it will no doubt inspire more and more romantic ideas for your marriage. Once you have taken these ideas and your own have begun to blossom, cherish each one and make sure your spouse knows that every single idea is strictly for him or her!
One of the biggest challenges couples in long-term relationships face is trying to keep their lovemaking red, hot and steamy. Early on in a relationship, the passion and newness of your lovemaking is always unforgettable; but, as that initial magic fades, it becomes harder to make things exciting again.
The “500 Lovemaking Tips and Secrets” is the right book to bring back the fire? So if you want to make your lovemaking exciting again or even if you just want some tips for more pleasure, then I highly recommend this book for you.
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