Sometimes, creating romance in a relationship may be the glue that keeps both partners together.
The romantic intertwining of two souls is the most wondrous and joyful feeling.
The excited nerves that you get, it is such an intense feeling.
It is such a fleeting feeling that some feel it once and then never again!
Should it be that way though? Could we spice up our techniques of creating romance and keep it there?
Most wish for more love and romance in their lives.
For some, it is a life goal, one that needs to be completed to live a fulfilling life; however, if romance is considered a goal which is highly prized by many, as well as dreamed about by people wanting more.
Then how can we encourage it?
What could we do to help romance back into our lives to stay?
What we are trying is to discuss the idea that if romance starts in our hearts and spreads outwards, is it a reflection of how we feel about ourselves?
Another way of saying it is; if we can love ourselves first, are we open to expressing romance for others more freely?
Your ability to love and accept yourself affects your ability to love others. This is similar to romance.
If you can create romance within yourself is a reflection of how you can be involved in a deeply committed relationship.
It’s not all poems and chocolates. They are great, of course; never say no!
Just all they are an extension of the feeling from inside of them. It should always start from the heart.
Without coming from a heartfelt place, the gifts of poems and chocolates are meaningless. Just an attempt at romance, but there is no substance behind it.
So what steps can you apply in creating romance in your life?
Start by loving yourself. If you can, on a deep level, love, accept and forgive yourself. It’s all good.
Respect and understanding are one of the steps of this process.
Romance yourself, buy yourself flowers.
Write yourself a poem.
You will start to treat yourself with dignity and respect. Then you can love yourself.
If you can’t love yourself, being in a relationship is not in your best interest, by being the right person instead of finding the one. It is far more important, don’t rush the process.
The relationship with ourselves is reflected in our relationships with our special someone.
This is also shown through romance.
Romance shows our inner state.
If you can romance yourself, then you are on your way to finding and creating romance in your life.