Posted by JM | Posted in Relationship Advice | Posted on 07-03-2010
Throughout a relationship you will be asked to do something you are not going to want to do. Or maybe just something that you absolutely would not do if you were not with your partner. I promise you – it will happen.
So what do you do? You have two choices.
- To go
- Or, to not go. That is the question…
If you have been reading this blog for a while you would understand the significance of “having time apart” you do not have to do everything that your partner likes to do. So if it is something that your partner just likes to do than it is not so much a big deal if you do not go.
However, if your partner loves doing something, like for me going to concerts – one of my favorite things to do I would pretty much expect my partner to feel my passion for going and want to enjoy the experience of going to concerts with me.
Posted by JM | Posted in Relationship Advice | Posted on 04-12-2010
If you are wondering what the special song I have with my girlfriend is I will reveal it later in this post but for now I’m going to go over a few other things.
Relationships usually have a special song.
A special song in your relationship is a song that the two of you share that:
1. Whenever you hear it, you think about your partner.
2. You play it when you miss your partner.
3. Maybe a song that the two of you discussed that has special meaning to the two of you.
Posted by JM | Posted in Relationship Advice | Posted on 04-06-2010
Getting passion into a relationship that you feel has lost it is not an easy thing to do. Many people feel that if they do not have passion anymore in their relationship that it is time to give up. Here are some things to try before breaking things off with your partner.
1. Think About the Positives
What do you like about your relationship and why was it that you were so attracted to your partner in the first place?
Often times when people in are in relationships they often forget about all the little things. How does your partner treat you?
2. When You See Your Partner Do You Melt?
Every time you see your partner you don’t have to have the butterflies that you did when you first started to date him/her. It is just important that you make them feel special and wanted at all times.
3. Kiss With Passion
When you kiss your partner make sure to mean it. Don’t just do it because it is what is the normal thing to do. Make your partner really feel like he/she is wanted each and every time you kiss.
4. Talk About Your Partner
Posted by JM | Posted in Lovemaking Tips | Posted on 04-05-2010
Are you wondering what your kissing partner is thinking after you kiss them?
How are you supposed to know if you are kissing the way your partner likes to be kissed unless they actually tell you?
Passionate Kissing Tips
Kiss the person you are kissing with everything that you have. If you hold anything back then it won’t be a really good kiss.
Not every time you kiss someone is going to be some long and passionate kiss but your partner actually can get a good feeling about how you feel about them through your kisses. It’s another one of those times of which you are in control of the outcome. So don’t waste your chances away.
There are no specific rules or guidelines to passionately kiss someone.
Posted by JM | Posted in Relationship Advice | Posted on 04-04-2010
There are two kinds of relationships that you can have with someone: one of contentment, and one of passion.
The contentment relationship is comfortable. Everything you do is normally planned and in most cases you can expect what your partner is going to do next. The really good parts of the relationship are saved for when you do something special like go out to eat or go on a special date.
The passionate are all about giving everything up for their loved one.
It never occurs to them that the feelings that they are sharing with their partner are selfless because it is second nature for them. They are relationships that people are completely vulnerable, full of kindness, and give up most of their life for their partner (often times everything).