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Rituals Of Love: Things To Do On Valentines Day

Rituals Of Love: Things To Do On Valentines Day

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For most women, Valentine’s Day is a big deal, so whatever you have planned for February 14th this year, be sure to make it memorable. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune or be especially elaborate, but making her feel special is essential. Will Valentine’s Day be a celebration of magic moments shared, or an exchange of pricey stuff you hope will paper over a few cracks?

There’s a good chance that the beginning of your relationship was the time when you made the most effort to show her your romantic side, so why not turn back the clock and remind her how charming you were when you were first dating?

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It’s that love matters, and you should buy lots of stuff for someone and make sure it’s delivered on Valentine’s Day. Of course—especially since many were planted and harvested in readiness for your need—you should give roses. After all, they are the symbol of love. So is wine, and … diamonds, of course, and chocolate. But is this commercialized celebration going to be one of the rare times you bother to show an overt sign of love? It’s a shame, if so. And you’ll not get value for your money. The most expensive chocolate cannot hide insincerity.

If you care for her, show her every day.

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Get Physical.

The idea is to enjoy a little activity and get those endorphins flowing, which is proven to leave you both in loving moods. Touch her the way she likes it and your scent will overpower any rose. Just as a weakening fire can’t be coaxed into producing instant hot new flames with a large wet log, your chocolates won’t taste much of love if delivered with a careless, quick caress full of expectations. Your conduct in the weeks or months prior to dawn on February 14 will have more effect on the health of your relationship than anything you do to rustle up some thorny stems in the final few hours before sunrise. Some women love touch more than the other ways you could show affection. A few crave it. No amount of massage or caress will satisfy. But the attitude you express through your touch matters most. What touch does the one you love like most?

What special touch marks the space between you? What fires could you start with simple touch?

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Go for a massage

Going for a massage is a Valentine’s Day treat no woman in existence will oppose. Either book her a full-body massage at her favorite spa, or include yourself and book a couple’s massage. It’s the ultimate in pampering and is just the thing to get her turned on for Valentine’s eve.

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Giving love does not require a purchase.

It’s also true that many of the best gifts can’t be bought anywhere. A woman may eagerly await Valentine’s Day if she cares for you. She’ll possibly think the occasion is a good excuse to encourage affection from someone reticent. Afterwards, she’ll brag about what you did, in many cases. What have you planned? Maybe you do want to go shopping. Sure, that’s fun too. I enjoy buying things for my other. And she loves getting them. Yet a bud I might pick from a bush on the way home through the olive grove has just as much meaning, maybe more. Shop flowers can be ordered sight unseen, after all.
Thanks to the overwhelming messages in every channel that virtually demand you provide something tangible, you probably will front with something in a bag or box. Just don’t forget to bring yourself along with the gift.

What is that token, flower or gesture that coaxes her special smile and lights her eyes?

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Make a path of rose petals

Anticipation is half the fun of a romantic surprise. Start the excitement when she walks in the door by leaving a trail of rose petals leading to the kitchen table, where a good bottle of wine and a freshly cooked meal is waiting. Feel free to go all out with the heart-shaped box of chocolates, red-and-white teddy bears and Lovehearts. Today is the one day she won’t say no to corny romance.

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When your lips regularly speak words she loves, no card’s poetry competes.

Unless it is also an anniversary, or is meaningful to you in some other way, it’s just another day. A card is necessary, of course. Isn’t it? It is obvious you must get one. But bored writers writing sentiments in cards have no idea about your feelings. So they will make a hundred cards. Just pick one. It’s close enough. Do you really need an expensive, insincere, pre-printed card? Love can be expressed without spending money. Maybe you don’t write, and find love hard to talk about. But this isn’t about you. What words has she responded best to in the past? What would demonstrate you’ve thought deeply about what she means, today?

How grateful are you for her presence? When you think of what she’s brought you, saying thank you won’t be hard.

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Be homebodies

Sometimes the best Valentine’s Day gift you can give is a bit of time together doing absolutely nothing. You don’t need to leave the house to make Valentine’s Day special. Think of how great it could be to spend the entire day in bed together – without interruption. Turn off your phones, don’t answer the door and enjoy each other.

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Valentine’s Day is about togetherness, not trinkets.

If you’re in a relationship, energy is always flowing, through thousands of interactions. A large bouquet is not nearly as valuable as a hundred morning cups of coffee. Care and attention cost little, and many small gestures are eventually worth more than an entire shop full of orchids. She doesn’t really want stuff, you know. She wants you. This Valentine’s Day, you could choose to do a little extra for your sweetheart, but why not do the extra on another day, one which you—or both of you—elect to treat as memorable for your own reasons. It’s likely the flowers will be a lot cheaper, too. Will your candies taste like love this Valentine’s Day? Will you make some magic in your moments together, and recommit your love?

Remember, whether you bring her chocolates, jewelry, or a rose, if your actions and words don’t match, your behavior isn’t a loving ritual, only a pose.

It’s the season of love honey, enjoy the moment.

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