This Simple Trick Turns Your Partner On More Than Anything Else!
In a relationship, we all wish to be desired. We want our partner to be attracted to us. Often times, we sit and wonder if we’re doing things right, or if there might be things that we could do differently. You might even ask yourself, “What turns my partner on?” The answer might surprise you because it’s far simpler than you imagine.
You may have flipped through dozens of magazines and read hundreds of articles telling you that to be more attractive you need to wear red, alter your body language, get a new hobby, and so on. As it turns out, these suggestions might work, but they can all be summed up into one action: Be yourself.
It really is that simple. To be attractive, you need to be comfortable in your own skin. When you love who you are, you radiate that self-acceptance and others see it in you. There are several different ways to show your partner who you are and in turn, reignite that passion.
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Get To Know Yourself
If you want to be yourself, you need to get to know yourself. Unfortunately, many times we become so consumed with our relationships that we end up losing ourselves in the process. This loss of identity might even leave you feeling resentful and unhappy. You must get back in tune with yourself.
Do What You Love
Doing what you love doesn’t mean you need to change who you are. It means that you need to get back in touch with the real you. Take a moment to sit down and write what you love to do and what you would like to do. Then, put those plans into action. Self-improvement is inspiring and when your partner sees that you’re doing what you enjoy doing. When you ignite the passion in your life, your happiness becomes contagious.
Have Your Own Life
Doing what you love means doing it on your own. Of course, it’s great to get your partner involved, but doing everything together without a life of your own can lead your relationships to become predictable.
According to David Mendez, a writer for the University of California at Santa Barbara’s weekly newsletter, “A woman in a relationship should have more priorities than just her boyfriend.” This goes for men, too. Anything that allows you to be who you are and enjoy your own life not only gives your partner time away, but it also allows you to both relish in your time together.
Once you’ve gotten to know yourself, started doing what you love, and started doing things apart from your partner, you can work on owning it. Don’t be afraid to show the world, and your partner, who you are. Let your passion and your energy bring you to life and let it trickle into your relationship, making you more attractive.
Never be afraid to be who you are. We tend to admire others when they can be who they are without worrying about what everyone else thinks, yet we find it difficult to apply the same aspect to our own lives. Using the tips above, you can reignite the fire in your life and your relationship, becoming more attractive to the world and your partner.