Friday, March 19, 2010

Ways to keep the fire in your relationship burning

I am now officially staying with hubby and in laws. this means there're more things to take care of, and i'm still working like i used to. i really feel that time is not enough after being occupied by all these busyness!!

anyway, it's a new stage i'm in right now, after getting marry. life will be slightly different but we still have to maintain the passion in our married life. i've found these meaningful tips on maintaining the sparks in every relationship. it only takes a small effort to make each other happy.


1. Don't forget date night
You need to have a date together every week. Get dressed up for each other. Go out to a restaurant, a ballgame, or just take a walk together. It doesn't matter where you go as long as you do something different from your usual activities. When you're on your dates, treat each other the way you did when you first started dating.

2. Give a proper greeting.
When your significant other comes home at night, meet them at the door and give them a big kiss. Don't just yell, "Hey, how ya doing?" from another room. If you are the one coming in the door, go to wherever your partner is in the house and give them a big kiss. Little gestures like this go a long way.

3. Keep on kissing.
When you wake up in the morning, make sure you kiss your partner. Forget about morning breath. Who cares? We're talking about showing love from the very first minute of the day. This brings me to the second part of this: Before you go to bed at night, make sure you are connected with your significant other and kiss them goodnight. You should always feel love and nurturing before you go to sleep. Too many couples get into bed -- each person on their side of the bed -- and fall asleep without bothering to kiss each other goodnight.

4. Break the routine.
A big part of keeping the fire burning in a relationship is stirring up the daily routine. One of the best ways to do this is to set a romantic mood. Light candles. If it's a night you normally watch TV, why not light candles throughout the entire house? Do anything that's out of your normal routine.

5. Send a "no special reason" message.
Send your significant other little notes in the middle of the day, just telling them that you love them or that you're thinking about them. With email and texting, this is so simple yet so powerful. You can even leave a quick voicemail. That one "I love you" message will make your partner feel happier.

6. Leave a surprise note.
Everyone loves a surprise, so try placing a handwritten note in their bag or briefcase. If you leave early for work, leave a card saying, "I'll be thinking of you all day long" or "I really love the way you and I are together." Write something simple but beautiful. Share something to remind your mate of great times together.

7. Be there even when you're apart.
If you travel for business or other reasons, leave a sweet note for your partner before you leave. Even better, leave a series of notes for them to find and read on each day that you will be away. If your significant other is the one who travels, slip a card into their suitcase and follow up with some romantic texts while they are gone. This lets them know you are thinking about them. Keeping each other in your thoughts is one of the most important parts of keeping the fire burning.

Happy relationship everyone! ^^

*information from here*

4 comments:

  1. This article is good. Most of them seem very simple to do, but then they are not that "easy" to carry out. Both partners have to put in a lot of effort together for better relationship. I simply like point 3 - Keep on kissing.

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  2. Yan, yea, i agree.
    but at least try to take the initiative to make the 1st step...
    i hope all partners read this! ;)

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  3. thanks for sharing ;)

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