How to Be Romantic
Raising kids and holding down a job can put a damper on anyone’s love life, but these tips on how to be romantic are designed as simple suggestions for rekindling a bit of the old passion. And even if you’re not married with children, you’ll find the ideas listed below worth trying out.
Five Suggestions for Being Romantic
Give Flowers – Guys will usually do this for Valentine’s Day, but giving flowers for no reason is even more romantic. There are a number of services that specialize in delivering roses, but bringing them yourself can be even more meaningful.
Frequent Eye Contact – Try staring into the eyes of your partner without saying a word. This simple gesture can speak volumes.
Doing Chores – While it may not be sexy, helping out around the house can be a romantic gesture in its own right.
Saying “I Love You” – When your partner least expects it, lean over and whisper “I love you.” When it comes to being romantic, there’s nothing more powerful than those three little words.
Candlelight – Atmosphere and romance often go hand in hand, so turn off the lights and fire up some candles.
More Tips for Increasing the Romance in Your Life
Poetry – Writing your partner a heartfelt love poem is a great way to express your emotions. If you run into too many problems, you can always recite works from the masters. I suggest Lord Byron and Shakespeare.
Unexpected Kisses – Getting kissed is popular with either gender, so surprise your partner with a kiss on the neck or mouth. One short kiss could lead to many more.
Holding Hands – We all held hands with our date when we were teenagers, but who says you have to stop when you’re an adult?
Steamy Movies – If there are no kids around, curl up on the sofa and pop in a steamy DVD to set the mood. I suggest films such as Body Heat and Wild Things.
The Power of Music – Have you ever put together a compilation of romantic songs for your significant other? Try it again and see what happens. Nostalgia can be a powerful tool.
Everyone has an idea of how to be romantic, but they often forget to follow through. I hope the tips in this article can serve as a gentle reminder of how easy it can be. The next time you’re alone with your significant other, give one or more of these a try. You may be surprised, and delighted, by what happens next.
Violet Van Cleef writes for the Deliver Roses website. Many of her articles are geared towards people who want to become a florist.
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