Couples - Live A Good Life With Each Other
As couples, always keep the eye contact. Look your partner in the eyes when you say from the bottom of your heart 'I love you'. As a couple each of you should put your partner first. You should understand that no matter what the circumstances are in your personal life, always put your partner first. Make it known to your partner how important he or she is and that the quality of life is Premium because he or she is in yours. God pairs the souls in heaven and release's them onto earth. Thus it's up to the couple to find each other if true love was meant to be. If you feel that your partner is your soulmate, don't just feel it, express it. If you do you'll get better results out of your relationship.
Coming home from a long day at work, immedeately after entering, try hugging your beloved partner for at least a minute without saying a word. As the saying goes "Silence is golden". You should leave all of your troubles at the doorstep. And if this is the right time for love and romance, it can lead to more than just a hug.
Every partner has a dream. Find out what your partner's dream is, share it with her or him and tell your partner honestly if you feel you have what it takes to support their desires and that you would like to be instrumental in making the dream come true. Give your partner a gift unexpectedly for what ever reason. When you hand over the gift, tell your partner that you thought of them when you saw this item. You should always be at your partners side, so that they can feel love and support from you. Love your partner in this way every day for the rest of your life.
Men, remember to always open doors for her. Also remember to notice and compliment a new hairstyle or dress. An extra advice: Don't forget to put the toilet seat back down.
About the Author: Terje Brooks Ellingsen is a writer and Sociologist who runs http://www.1st-self-improvement.net/. He writes about self
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