Team Romance

There are three types of sports. It can be:

  1. One person against the elements;
  2. One person against another person or group of people;
  3. One team against another team.

Group #1 includes joggers, mountain climbers, hang gliders. By themselves they “conqueror” inanimate objects. Their victory is mostly based on survival.

Golfers, figure skaters and tennis players make up the next group. They directly compete against others, using their skills to dominate and win.

The third group relies on the combination of individuals into a team to compete against another team. Sports include football, soccer or basketball.

Those in the first two sports groups rely on their individual ability.

Team sports rely on individuals collaborating each individual’s specialized talent to contribute to an outcome beyond an individual’s ability. No single individual need have all the skills to win.

Romance at its best is a team sport.

Each member of the relationship, the team, contribute their unique ideas and talents. No one has to carry the entire load of keeping romance alive in the relationship.

If you are a methodical planner and your sweetheart a spontaneous idea creator, collaborate. Combine the creative romantic ideas with planning for implementation to maximizes the enjoyment each experiences.

Maybe your idea of romance is spending time with your sweetheart while your sweetheart prefers touching. Plan a movie-at-home night. Work together to make the movie snacks, then snuggle as you watch the movie.

When you collaborate to create romance in your relationship:

  1. The romantic ideas are more likely to be carried out, and
  2. Each member is more satisfied with the romantic adventures.

Ready to enjoy team romance? Your sweetheart & you make up your team.

Enjoy, Robert

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