Keeping The Romance Alive

The biggest mistake that many people in relationships end up doing it taking each other for granted. After a few months of intensity and passion, the couple starts to get too comfortable with each other and this gradually leads to each other not working for it. A couple that constantly works at it, even if through small gestures, makes sure that things are still ‘alive and burning’ between the two. While as to what excites one’s significant other is highly subjective and variant, here is a list of some basic fool proof things you can try. 

Be spontaneous

Spontaneity brings fun to your life. It is a way of keeping the excitement alive and burning. Look back to the beginning of the relationship where everything seemed so exciting – this is because there was so much novelty and discovery. A couple who always sticks to doing the same thing all over again might lose these sparks. Of course, it doesn’t mean that you need to be spontaneous all the time (we think that can be taxing on you too). But what’s important is that you add some flavour at least every now and then.

For an example, this can be hitting on a road trip without knowing what the destination is. Or this can even be something as small as changing the usual restaurant you go to. You can even decide to have some fun and try out a club with nude waitresses – all such experiences can give you something to talk about in the upcoming weeks (and also some heavy bed room activity.)

Some creativity in bed

Many estranged couples talk about how things gradually started getting boring in bed. Of course, everyone’s sexual preferences are different. But this does not mean that you should not try new things. Do not hesitate to try new sex positions or even some sexy antics. Do some role playing (guys love naughty nude waitress in Perth, and girls love dark handsome strangers) or try some exciting new positions. Not only will this give you an out of the world experience in bed, but also help fire up the relationship.

Complement each other

Most couples, when they become too comfortable with each other, stops complementing each other. They think that the significant other understands their feelings and therefore needs no more appraisals. But this is quite wrong. Human beings love complements – it is a way of knowing that we are doing well and that the other person has a high regard for us. So complement each other, give presents and praise the other in front of friends and family.