THE L♥VE CHAMBER
Do you feel frustrated that your relationship doesn't have the fire and desire that it once had? That same fire that at one point in time filled every room in your house. Now those same sparks only light up every now and again but even still, the fire is slowly
extinguishing with each passing day.
Well, you are not alone!
Living with the same partner for a while it's only natural to become somewhat bored and even comfortable. As a result, the real sparks in your relationship slowly fade away and its easy to lose interest.
Here are some simple, fun and creative ideas to bring back the excitement and love that you once shared:
1. SEND YOUR LOVER A PROFESSIONAL GREETING
With crayons, colored pencils and a piece of paper, draw a cute childlike picture with a sun and two smiley faced stick figures holding hands. Add both your names pointing to the stick figures. Write 'I Love You' inside a heart near the sun. Next get a large brown formal envelope. Place your drawing inside and type up a formal address label of your partner's workplace, such as: "For the immediate and urgent attention of: Scott Cunningham, Suite 950, Samuel Bird Engineering Firm, New York." Mail it to your partner so they will receive it in the middle of a busy day.
2. OCCASIONALLY DABBLE IN YOUR CHILDHOOD
If you are walking by a park, get in the swings and give your partner a ride. This will bring back happy memories from your childhoods. Or give them a love lick and yell out "you're it" and take off running. This will make them chase after you and that is always fun.
On a hot summer's day, buy two large water guns, keeping them a secret and take them to the beach with you. Pull them out and throw one to your partner, they will be surprised that you have them. Let the water fight begin!
4. A MASSAGE WITH A TWIST
Buy a small, decorated cardboard box, a sheet of colored tissue paper, some massage oil and a blank card. Line the box with tissue paper. Place the massage oil in the box and write the following message on the card: I know a great masseur. For an appointment call: (Your phone number)
5. BRING BACK THE OLD DAYS
Contact your partner's family and ask if there was anything your partner has always wanted when he/she were little. For example if she always wanted a cabbage patch doll, buy her one for her birthday or if he always wanted an outdoor remote control helicopter, that would be a nice birthday gift. The fact is, this gift will be kept closer than any of the others because you actually thought it through enough to find out what they've always wanted. Brownie points for you :)
6. STARE AT THE CLOUDS
We all live pretty busy lives but it never hurts to drive into the country, find a grassy hill, and lie with your partner looking up into the clouds and admiring mother nature.
7. WALK ALONG THE BEACH
Trace out the shape of a large heart in the sand. Sit inside the heart and cuddle with your partner as you watch the sun go down.
8. ORGANIZE A PICNIC ON A MID SUMMER'S NIGHT
Spread a picnic blanket on the ground and get together some snacks, chocolates and champagne, Lie down on the blanket with your partner and gaze up at the stars. Don't forget your mosquito repellent because those little buggers are time enough for the both of you.
9. SHOW THAT YOU ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR PARTNER
Leave a long-stem rose where your partner will find it, with a note on it saying: "Thank you for coming into my life."
10. SPICE UP YOUR LOVEMAKING
Probably the most profound way to rekindle the romance in your relationship is to spice up your lovemaking. Surprise your partner with a little gift after you've made love. Many people underestimate the affect of passion lovemaking has on any relationship. If you spice it up, chances are you and your partner will naturally do romantic things for each other. Why? Because passionate lovemaking connects two people in a meaningful and unexplainable way that nothing else can.
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