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Romantic Love Tips And Romance Ideas For People In Love

romantic loveLove is an emotion so pure and sublime that it can make life worth living. All of us have experienced it at some point in our lives, many of the bright minds have attempted to capture it in words and yet there exists no rigid definition for romance or love. It is one of those things that need to be experienced to be understood. For some romance is about candle light dinners, long walks along the beach, looking into each other’s eyes, exchanging mushy gifts and beautiful flowers…For some it is about engaging conversations and sharing dreams and hopes…At the end …one thing that remains constant in all these ideas is togetherness…no matter what…Romance implies togetherness be it psychological, physical or both.

Well if you think you are creative enough to think of romantic ideas for dates, proposals or any relationship problems – good for you! But there are many people out in the worldhuo who could use some suggestions and tips to be think of more creative and romantic while in a relationship. Romance is not an ingredient of a relationship, it a continuous and undying process which has to go on sometimes with or sometimes without any special help or efforts. Relationships and romance do not happen at once and lead to ‘happily forever’ on their own. People who are in love need to experience the various stages of a romantic relationship and enjoy every single step, without ever doubting their abilities or their will to stay together.

If you are looking for ideas for a romantic date, the answer lies with you. Think of the things that you enjoy and the things that your date might enjoy. Break away from the clichéd romantic date ideas of candle light dinners and moonlight walks…Think of something original or at least give your original twist to the conventional romantic date ideas…For example plan a candle light dinner at home. A home-cooked meal followed by a great romantic movie on your home theater, as you sip wine and munch on some popcorn might be a fun and romantic idea for a date.

In addition to this you can also indulge in fun activities and adventure sports of course with your partner’s consent. Beautiful nature trails, or rafting in the white waters can be a great way to experience nature on your romantic date. In addition to this, you can also go out for an event that interests both of you – be it a musical concert or a basketball match. Indulge in activities that are in line with your interests but do not hesitate to experiment and explore other romantic ideas.

Imagine fighting with your partner about something. Just as you are exchanging heated words and calling names, your partner suddenly hugs you. Yes, the best way to end a fight is to give your partner a warm hug. In case that is not possible try and think of a really cute way to say you are sorry. Say it with roses, or may be even a small gift. Humor also happens to be one of the bet options to end the fight by making your partner laugh. Try this: While you are fighting, suddenly stop talking and once your partner starts speaking repeat everything that she/he says in a very funny accent. Your partner can pretend to be irritated at this for a while, but soon both of your will be laughing your heads off and the fight will be forgotten.

I would not say romance is not about the initial butterflies in the stomach and the anticipation of the first kiss, because it is. Romance is about the wonderful beginnings, the sparks, the fireworks, but it is also about the tranquility that follows, it is also about surviving through the arguments and fights…it is about being able to fight and hold hands once the argument is over…romance is never binding…it is a desire shared by two people to stay together and grow together…Romance is about discovering and exploring the world together, but more so about understanding and appreciating each other…always and of course forever!

 
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Posted by on March 22, 2012 in Love

 

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Does Romantic Love Is True Love?

Romantic love is a pure and wonderful sensation and some would say that it’s a myth. Ppppfffffff – you may have not experienced it if you’re a believer that romantic love is indeed a myth.

It isn’t a myth but is a real experience and fills you with the dizziness of happiness and provides that empowering feeling of passion and is almost intoxicating at times.

For many people, they truly do go out on the search for that pure intoxicating love and they won’t stop until the have found it and then there are others who kind of know or have a sneaky suspicion that it exists, but they only realize it’s presence when they are truly in its company. It reveals itself in an extraordinary way and some may even think that this lends itself to the “love at first sight” phenomenon.

Love at first sight I think does happen for many of us but can it really be called love. Many think it’s the lust element. The Phwa factor as I used to refer to it in my younger days. I think love at first sight could indeed form part of a myth because how can we know everything we need to know about someone in an instant?! Many say that if you fall in love in the very instant, that fate has played it’s hand and you may well have found the one. Hmmmmmmm – I’m not entirely sure I’m afraid.

We do gather information about that person in an instance – such as height, attractiveness, age manners, appearance, conduct………..and these all form elements to a bigger, greater picture. It’s kind of like when you go on a first date, you know more or less immediately if you want the coffee date to become a dinner date and so on and so forth.

The love at first sight also lends itself to the theory that we think and believe that we have a type that we would go for and perhaps that person is ticking all the boxes. We use all of our sub~modalities to compose the idea of type and these can of course range from a variety of aspects. How we define these too will have something to do with how we are raised, our peers, the media and so much more. In turn, it may well be that your “type” could be negative to you when we haven’t truly analysed the ingredients that is involved.

There are also many people who can resonate with the fact that in one or more times, their “type” hasn’t worked out for them and they then begin to look for alternatives but the problem that often arises here, is that we are consciously aware that this person is not their type and they look to backfill, which for some people it can seem as though they are taking their eyes off the prize as it were.

The instant sexual attraction that people experience has a huge impact upon recognizing whether someone is for us and is an essential component in a loving relationship. Lust as we know can often masquerade itself as love but as we get older we are able to recognize the difference. For others, the sexual element is secondary or perhaps less obvious and doesn’t make its presence felt immediately ~ and this isn’t a bad thing. If you are someone whom can resonate with this, you will be the kind of person that recognizes the spiritual, mental, emotional and aesthetic qualities of someone and it’s these elements that enhance and develop the sexual chemistry for you.

If you are great romantic believer, then the idea of love at first sight is strong for you and you are also more likely to fall in love at first ~ but is is true love?!

When we meet someone, our inner subconscious detective gets to work. Within the first 10 minutes or so of talking with someone you are already forming an opinion and gathering a mass of information. True love is based on real knowledge of the other person and all the redeeming qualities they posses. If you are a firm believer in love at first sight and feel that this is the only way to fall in love, I think it’s fair to say that you will be on the look out for “real love” for a very long time.

Yes, some of the loving encounters you experience as first sight may well endure and then again, maybe not. For it to endure though, it has to develop in to a different kind of love and allow the foundation that has been created to truly grow and develop. You have to be able to communicate effectively with one another and share those feelings and perhaps reservations as they begin to unfold.

This kind of love can endure and grow if given the right opportunity. Whether the love lasts or not, does to a degree depend upon the image you have created in your mind at the beginning of the encounter ~ but remember that we create fantasies and ideals and we also need to work with reality. Most of all, if you can recognize that the intense in love feelings will eventually subside and weaken a little and not be surprised when this happens and feel you have lost something, then you are on a good footing. Hopefully within that time, you have created a foundation that will truly form something quite extraordinary. Romantic Love – Myth or Not – it doesn’t really matter.

 
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Posted by on December 3, 2011 in Definition of Love

 

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