Flatter the person you're giving the gift to. Tell them all the reasons why you love them, and why they deserve this... Get nostalgic and talk about special moments you've shared. Look forward to the future, and talk about what else you...
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A romantic gift or gesture should lift the recipient out of the every day and make them feel special. Not practical or sensible — think icing, not cake! Romance is personal.
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Devote one full week to each language. Make an effort to compliment, praise, and thank your better half multiple times a day for seven days. Then concentrate on making physical contact each time you are in a room together for another seven days. Experiment with acts of service, gifts, and quality time for each of the next three weeks.
4. Massages. A foot massage or a back rub after a long day at work can go a long way in showing your appreciation for your lover. And if you have some time on your hands over a weekend, spare a few hours, run your hands all over them and give them a romantic, sensual massage.
Gimme 5: How to Give Romantic Gifts Using Love Languages as Your Guide Janice Bear shares what times of gifts to give your significant other based on their love language. Plum Deluxe Loose Leaf Tea