We all know how hard a relationship can be. You have one shot to make the right impression, and you don’t want to say anything that might jeopardize your chances of keeping them for good. Sometimes, relationships don’t last because people get bored and they want to see other people. But in an effort not to get too ahead of ourselves, here are some ways to spice up your relationship!
1. Get Spicy In The Bedroom
Some people think that sex is the most important thing in a relationship, and others will disagree. However, no one can beat the fact that it is an important aspect of almost every relationship. If you’ve been with your partner for a long time, things might have started to become monotonous and your sex life seems to be standing still. This shouldn’t be a reason for breaking up, so why not invest in some props for the bedroom? You can find a great male sex toy for more pleasure and fun in bed. And, there are plenty of toys out there for women as well. This can help you keep the fire alive for years to come. But don’t buy every toy you see in the beginning. Leave something for later so that you can have ways to spice things up in the future as well.
2. Make An Effort
Sometimes, things become monotonous. You do the same routine every day, you go to work together, you come home together… The pattern is often inadvertently followed. This isn’t good for any relationship though, as boredom can creep in quickly. Try spicing up your day-to-day lives by making a daily list of things to do together. This way, it’ll be like you complete the list and then you get a reward: another list of things to do!
3. Be Bold
Boldness is very important in any relationship, both romantic and platonic. Do something that makes your partner happy but also endears them more to you (or even scares them more). Say all those cheesy lovey-dovey phrases or buy them flowers for no reason whatsoever! You can’t go wrong with these gestures; it’s guaranteed they’ll appreciate the fact that you make an effort and their day will be made better by seeing such a nice gesture from you. It shows that you care. This also means you should try new things together! If they like hiking, go on a hike with them – if they’re into cooking, give them some tips. It doesn’t matter what the activity is as long as both parties are trying something new – no one likes doing something alone so it’s best for everyone involved if you do all those things together!
4. Date Nights Out
This works best with a casual relationship – the kind you don’t want to get too serious about. You should treat them like your best friend and do fun things that couples do together, just without the romantic/sexual overtones. Go to the movies, go out for dinner, take day trips… All these things can be done casually but they show your other half that you value what you have together and it makes for some great memories.
5. Be Interested In Your Partner’s Inner World
It’s hard for any relationship to survive if only one person is interested in the other. It might come across as sounding creepy and self-absorbed at first (and sometimes second) glance, but it isn’t: everyone needs someone who cares about their interests and what goes on in their head. You have to be interested in their world, otherwise, you’ll always be an outsider. Check out their favorite TV shows and movies, read the magazines they buy… find a way to relate yourself to them so that you can understand what makes them tick.
6. Have A Healthy Disagreement
Sometimes, people fight because they don’t know how else to resolve a problem between the two of them. However, if your arguments are healthy then at least each party has said their piece and can move forward with one another as opposed to being spiteful about it forevermore! Sometimes you just need a good argument to clear the air (and kill some time). So go ahead! Yell at them! Let them know how you feel. Just make sure it’s constructive!
Most healthy relationships have a healthy amount of sex. If you’re not having sex with your partner, then there might be something wrong with the relationship. But sex isn’t everything and being there for your partner is just as important. So, to spice up your relationship and get back on track, implement these 6 solutions into your relationship, and you’ll feel like you just started dating.