Rediscover The Fine Art Of Flirting To Help Save Your Marriage
Is your marriage on the same footing it was when you were first married? Are you absolutely certain that you're spouse is the ONE for you? Are you worried that the rut your marriage seems to have fallen into is going to lead to rough waters ahead? How long has it been since you engaged in some heavy duty flirting with your spouse? Perhaps it's time to pour on the charm and see where that takes the two of you.
Here are a few things to keep in mind though before you get started.
Expect some Resistance – At First
You're probably going to be met with a little bit of resistance in the beginning. The longer it's been and the more out of practice you are, the more your spouse is going to believe you're 'up to something.' Don't let that bring you down or put you off. Keep it up. The more you turn on the charm, the more helpless your spouse is sure to become over time.
It's called wearing 'em down and practice makes perfect in this ages-old process. Before you know it, your spouse will be returning your flirting and you'll both feel like giddy school girls before all is said and done. The goal in flirting is to make each other feel good and to let your spouse know that he or she still does it or you. It works best when you're both having fun with it. Until then, have fun alone trying to find little things you can say to make your spouse smile, blush, or grab you by the collar and head for bed.
Keep it Positive
Again, this is about promoting positive feelings and emotions in the marriage. Even if things get heated in the beginning and you are met with strong resistance don't give into the temptation to lash out. Sometimes your spouse is gong to be suspicious of your flirtations. Your spouse may even see it as a subtle attack on his or her lack of interest in you. Don't respond in kind. Just keep things positive and offer words of reassurance.
Let your spouse know that you miss the playful banter you once indulged in and that you bet he or she does as well. If nothing else, this lets your spouse know that you sense the distance growing between you and are willing to try new things in hopes of making things better. Use this is a way to start the conversation about solving the problems that are driving you apart. Who knew a little flirting could do so much?
But, what do you do when things have gone way beyond the capacity of a little light flirting to help make things better? What can you do to save your marriage or even get your ex back when things have gotten this bad? Start by watching this FREE video that shows a PROVEN method that has already helped over 50,000 couples work out their differences. With numbers like that, it's hard to believe it can't offer some help for your situation too.
- kristal lampen