Making Tips and Passion Secrets
Be Spontaneous, Offer Surprises and Spice Things up in Your Love
By Susie and Otto
expressions of love can certainly add spice and excitement to a
relationship. When you surprise your partner with an unexpected
kindness or token of affection, the message that's sent is that he
or she is important to you.
surprises are a great way to keep the spark alive between two
people. We love them.
Here are a few words of wisdom about surprises and being spontaneous
that we think you'll find helpful.
Spontaneous surprises shouldn't just be about sexual or erotic kinds
of things. In other words, don't just limit spontaneity to the
Spontaneous surprises should be used for all kinds of moods and
intentions and should come from the desire to create more love,
passion and connection in all ways.
your loved one with breakfast in bed or exotic meals, or help plant
flowers. Surprise him or her with a good back rub, dinner date and
send sexy messages through the mail.
other when it's unexpected. Nibble each others' ears and tease each
other sensually. When the moment of the tease gets hot, you break
away and save it for later. Then the next time you are together,
continue where you left off.
unpredictable makes it easier to intrigue each other.
spontaneous or surprising your mate or partner doesn't have to be
such a huge deal. It can be something very simple. Recently, we were
playing music in our home, as we do much of the time, and Otto
spontaneously asked Susie to dance. Susie was delighted and we had
fun doing it.
spontaneous with surprises, you have to know what your partner would
like, suspend your judgment about time constraints or any other
negative thoughts you might have about spontaneity and surprises,
open your heart and just do it.
excerpt from Red
Hot Love Relationships)
Susie and Otto Collins are
Relationship Coaches and authors who help people create lives that
are filled with more passion, love and connection. For more tips on
turning up the heat in your love relationship, sign up for their
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