8 Ways to Drive Him Crazy for You
1.Keep jealousy at bay.
Making someone you love envious on purpose is seen as a positive thing by some individuals.
If I make them jealous, they’ll be nicer to me and want to spend more time with me. Jealousy is a totally normal emotion that everyone encounters at some point in their lives.
To intentionally foster envy in a relationship is manipulative and just plain unkind.
Consider reevaluating your connection if you’re feeling the need to do so.
2. Say “I Love You” more often.
It may seem obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people forget to say those three little words throughout the day.
Say it often, say it with love, and say it with your heart every time.
There is a distinction between saying “I love you” because you truly mean it and saying it because you feel obligated to do so.
Every time those three little words leave your lips, try to put as much love into them as you can.
It’s critical in long-term relationships to keep reminding each other how much you care about each other.
3.Don’t go to sleep angry.
Try to avoid leaving each other’s presence if at all feasible, even while you’re furious. Only bitterness and greater fury will result as a result of this.
Until you reach an understanding, sit down and talk about it like adults.
Whatever the hour, make sure you’re on good terms by the time you go to sleep.
After cooling off, send them a text or make a call to apologize and tell them you love them if it happens.
In a same vein, be honest with yourself about how you feel. Keeping animosity in check will prevent you from exploding at the worst possible time.
Identify a problem as soon as you become aware of it, and deal with it as quickly as possible. The thought of tackling difficult things may not be enjoyable, but I promise you’ll be glad you did it.
Nothing can equal to the emotional aftermath when you finally let it all out after burying it for far too long, and it all comes bursting out at once.
4.Have enough room to move about
An post about improving your relationship may seem unusual for including this point, but it’s crucial. It’s worth mentioning.
Living together, you and your partner probably spend a lot of time together. In the event that you’re in love with one another, this isn’t an issue; however, if not, you might want to think about it).
Yet everyone of you should have at least one item that is uniquely yours. Whatever it is, whether it’s a weekly social outing with pals or a non-shared passion (though you should absolutely support each other in any such hobbies, shared or not) or anything else.
However, if you’re going to spend the most of your spare time together, then make sure that each of you enjoys at least one activity that does not include the other.
5. Belief, Belief, Belief
This point cannot be overstated.
If you ever feel jealous or concerned about what your significant other is doing on that friend outing, especially if they are being approached by attractive strangers throughout the night, I have one word for you: trust.
You must trust each other if you are both happy and satisfied in your relationship. Period. There are no ifs, ands, or buts.
If you don’t, you might want to think about going to couples therapy.
6. There’s a surprise in store!
When you surprise your loved one with something they’ll enjoy, you’re saying, “I care about you and want you to be happy.
Whichever it is, doesn’t matter in the least.
What matters most is that you create a nice surprise to show your SO how much you care about them, whether you make their favorite food for dinner on the spur of the moment, buy a surprise gift they’ll love, or plan a surprise party for them.
Do this at a time when they aren’t expecting it.
It’s fantastic to surprise someone with a birthday or anniversary gift, and you should surely do that, but don’t forget to do the same thing “just because” every now and then.
Your partner will appreciate the fact that something wonderful doesn’t require a holiday or other celebration.
Who says flirting is only done in the early stages of a relationship?
Flirtatious behavior can benefit an established long-term relationship.
Tell each other how beautiful they are, whisper sweet nothings into each other’s ears, blow kisses, make out, hug frequently, and do everything you did when you first met and were trying to attract them.
Many successful couples continue to flirt into their 70s. Making your partner feel valued, loved, and appreciated is the goal.
For more examples, try complimenting them frequently and in front of others.
Dress up and look nice for each other, just like you would for a first date.
Make contact with one another. Make jokes (dirty ones, too, if you want).
In general, remember how you acted when your relationship was new, and keep it up!
8.10: Remember why you fell in love in the first place.
If you only remember one thing from this article, make it this: never, ever, ever forget why and how you fell in love with your soul mate in the first place.
My partner and I like to remind each other every now and then about our first kiss, or how all of our friends realized we were crushing on each other before we did, or about all of the qualities that made us adore each other.
When you remember the good times in your lives, you will find compassion, courage, gentleness, intelligence, and so much more.
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