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The Power of Romance

Updated on March 28, 2010
Photo By HC Porter
Photo By HC Porter

You have to Find Time and a Way to have Romance

Romance between you and your spouse is a personal connection which revitalizes the feel of your overall relationship. Romance is how you show you care enough to put a little thought and effort into the overall satisfaction for your spouse. Romance is often what is lost when life happens. With all the stresses in the world that effect our every movement, such as; children, careers, money, and financial responsibilities, it is imperative that you make the effort and time to show your ‘Romantic Interest’ the ‘Romance’ that seduced them in the beginning. Reviving the romance in a relationship can be as simple as a single romantic gesture to show appreciation, admiration, and affection, which sets the mood or sets up for an invitation to set the mood for a more personal engagement.

-Surprising your wife with a warm sudsy bubble bath, glass of white wine and back massage under candle light is a romantic gesture that is an ultimate mood enhancement. --Say more than I love you, with xoxo, written on the bathroom mirror.

-Giving flowers for no reason or hiding a note describing your affections in the lunch you prepared for them to take to work is a sweet surprise.

-When you are running 20 minutes late in the morning, and finally have the kids strapped into their seats, pause when you notice that the melody on the radio is your wedding song, turn it up, and take the time to dance in the front yard.

-Set up dinner for two...along with a babysitter to relieve distractions caused by children.

-Kiss, and take it slow-smile and laught-talk and listen. Well established communication, allows for healthy romance.

Romance is as simple or lavish as you wish to portray it. It matters not the magnitude of your gesture but rather the affection and meaningful desires behind it.

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      Holly 6 years ago from Lone Star State

      ubanichijioke Thanks for the comment-happy you enjoyed the hub :)

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 6 years ago from Lagos

      Such a sweet hub. So vital and informative. Bravo

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      Cagsil 8 years ago from USA or America

      Very nicely written hub. Thank you for sharing and putting a little perspective on the 'romance' allure that tends to get forgotten in some relationships. A very nice read.