We all want the good times with our spouses. But, good times don’t just happen. In this post we will talk about 5 ways ways we can develop these good times? Check it out what commitment, quality love making, be spontaneous, praying, and enjoying life has to do with making for better times together.
1. We must be committed to growing the relationship.
A deep sense of security, knowing that your partner is committed to you and fully faithful to you, will be at the heart of a great relationship, and ultimately, a sizzling sex life.
2. Plan your days for time to be together for quality love-making
It will take planning or our sex lives can easily get squeezed out of our schedules. And when we have the time we may not have the energy or focus to be fully satisfying to each other. This is modern-day problem.
3. Prepare to be spontaneous
You need to work to improve the experience, to understand each other, and to guarantee privacy – nothing will derail intimacy faster than little kids knocking on the door in the middle of it! Unplug the phones and lock the doors. Do what it takes to prepare for having great sexual times together.
4. Pray together
Ask God to bless your growing understanding of each other, your marital relationship and your lovemaking. Actually pray before or after your times of intimacy. (Praying during can be complicated!)
5. Learn to enjoy each season of your love life
Finally, remember that the sexual relationship is one that develops over time and through many seasons of the marriage. Grow together as a couple in both your friendship and your intimacy. God gave us all good things to enjoy, and sexuality is one of His best gifts to every married couple.
Welcome to the world of love. Love is exploding wildly in your heart. You have so many feelings to share, but struggle with the right words. Personal, handwritten love letters are an ideal way to express your feelings. If you are true to your feelings you should find writing a love letter easy. Just give it your best careful thoughts, write what moves you best, be sincere and you will be sure to bring a smile to your love’s face.
The goal when writing a love letter is to express one’s love to another. Your love letter will serve it’s purpose if you can genuinely and sincerely express your love. Anyone can copy a favorite love poem and then send it off. What will touch the heart best is something of your own design. You could use an example poem, changing the words to suit your expression. You may be surprised of your creativity by writing your love letter yourself.
Here are some helpful guidelines that will help bring out your creative love letter.Use Neutral Color StationaryA large percentage of the success of our love letter is determined by your presentation. Your love letter is personal and should reflect your style. Stationary that is not bright, but neutral in color will look lovely. Use a black or blue flair pen. Remember this letter is personal and should reveal feelings. You could buy beautiful and artistic cards that have only an outside picture and a blank sheet inside for you to created your own prose. Take your time and write out a verse that you think will have meaning to your loved one.
Set the Mood for WritingGo to a secluded place where you can listen to soft, romantic music. A quiet room with lights dim works well. You will write a more romantic love letter in a setting that is romantic. Think on all the good thoughts of love. Practice first with a scrap piece of paper and then when you have it just perfect, carefully print or write it out in the inside of the card or stationary.
Make it Keepsake WorthyYou want your lover to read over and over again what you have so beautifully have expressed. To make it more of a treasure date your love letter.
Your GreetingChoose an endearing salutation and do not be formal. Add words like "My darling lover…” Using their first name creates more closeness. Remember you are creating a mood of love in your letter. Set the mood at the beginning with your greeting your lover.
The BeginningStart by telling your lover why you are writing…how you have lain awake sleepless for nights pondering on the depth of love in your heart. Pondering what words to say and how you feel passionately drawn to express you deepest love. Ask them to please forgive your poor ways of expressing yourself. Never insult your lover by saying something they did not think or say like, “you may think I am crazy.” Do not be timid in your love letter. You want your strong love feelings to flow from your love letter. The Main Part
The (main part) body of the letter should carry the most impact. It should reveal some reasons of why you feel in love. Avoid being too casual or too light-heart or openly erotic.Here are some examples: recall when you fell in love with him/her explain how your life has changed for the better describe how much you miss your love when you’re apart explain that you can’t imagine life without him/her recall some special moments you’ve shared together mention times you’ve picked him/her out of a crowd list qualities that set him/her apart from everyone else
ClosingEnd your Love Letter with carefully worded prose: "There, I have said it. I can rest now. And as I dream, I will dream of you." Make your closing upbeat and positive. End as beautifully as you started. Instead of just “Love, Tom”, use phrases more romantic: “Forever yours.” “Undying love for you.” “Dreaming of you.” Your closing words may be the words that speak the loudest to the heart. So end beautifully.
Don’t worry if you cannot write your love letter. Let me use my creativity to write your love letter! Use the contact form filling out the important details, Pay Here, email form to firstname.lastname@example.org and your love letter will be email back to you. I will send you added creative ideas for using your love letter. ~Love you, Debbie
Debbie Kessler loves her husband, Wally Kessler. She is a southern girl who loves Jesus and loves building up people to do Good Works of Love.