In any relationship, always look at how you feel and ask yourself: does this person make you love yourself more? Do you want to grow old with them?
Love is more than just kisses and butterflies, it’s much more than that. If you want to know more on what your birth chart reveals about how you love and what you need out of a partner, check out this personalized report based on date of birth.
Love is a choice you have to make over and over every single day. Here are easy ways to reignite the flame on a daily basis to keep it burning strong forever.
1. Long Hugs
Hugging for 20 seconds or longer stimulates the release of that tingly good feeling. Give your partner a hug!
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Really listen with your whole self to what your partner is telling you. When they speak, don’t just wait your turn to talk. They’ll be able to tell you aren’t truly listening.
Good communication is important, and that begins with listening.
This one seems like a real “no duh” suggestion, but you’d be surprised how many couples don’t kiss very often. Kissing reduces blood pressure and heart rate.
It can also prevent cavities because it gets your saliva flowing, breaking down excess food items in the mouth. Kissing also improves your self-esteem and makes you feel loved.
Men and women both get a boost from cuddling.
It’s linked to pair bonding and has other fascinating connections. It can help you trust strangers and accurately reading facial expressions.
We all mess up. We forget to the dishes, we make each other mad, but forgiving is important. Sometimes forgiving is more than just letting it go. It takes time. Forgive every day.
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