The secrets of loving and passionate relationships.
Most people don’t believe in a forever loving relationship anymore. The reason being is that most relationships today end up with breakups and divorces.
However, conflict in a relationship can be avoided. There are ways to make a relationship works. Below are the five things you can do to make it lasts.
5 keys to passionate relationships
1. The power of touch
You have tremendous power in your hand. A simple touch can make your partner feel special. The tip of your finger is powerful enough to send a message without saying anything. A simple hug makes your partner feel that s/he matters to you.
2. Appreciate every little thing
Most of the time, your partner does not need a special gift to make him/her smile. Sometimes it is just a simple appreciation. Praise him/her for little good things s/he has done. Doing this would not only help you to make your partner happy but also allows you to build better communication.
3. Say the magic words
The “I Love You” words are always powerful. Say it with passion and honesty. Make him/her feel that you never changed. Give your partner assurance of your true intimate relationship.
4. Introduce your partner to your friends
One indication that you are proud of your partner is by introducing him/her to your circle of friends. In addition, it will make your partner feel proud of you too.
5. Be patience
Because intimate relationships always involve conflict and misunderstanding, it is important that you have enough patience. You need to understand that conflicts can make your relationship even stronger. Thus, don’t focus on the negative side of the challenge. Always try to make a positive assessment of your current circumstance. Just remain loyal to your partner.
To sum up, the success in your passionate relationship generally depends on you. Strive to make your partner happy all the time.
I’m a licensed psychometrician, author, and blogger. I’m currently working as a University instructor teaching psychology. I love writing and doing psychological research.