How would you answer this question?
Does romance and singleness go together?
Single readers have asked me several variations of this question for a while, so here’s my response.
If you’re single (without a sweetheart currently in your life), there are four steps to help bring romance into your single life.
First, do your homework. Discover the way you prefer to be romanced.
- Does the thought of hearing terms of endearment warm your heart?
- Maybe you desire the arms of a sweetheart wrapped around you more than words?
- Does the idea of sharing space with your romantic interest attract you above words or touch?
- Would receiving a small gift from someone special be more romantic to you than words, touch or time?
Learn which of these is most attractive to you, and voila – you’ve discovered your preferred way to be romanced.
Second, build a relationship on the foundation of mutual love, honor and respect.
A strong relationship makes romance fulfilling. Begin relationship building by knowing which type of person you’d like to build this relationship with. Then become the person who attracts your target. Be the person who attracts the person you’d like to attract.
Third, while building the relationship, discover your sweetheart’s preferred way to be romanced.
You’ve already learned the process for discovering your preferred way to be romanced. Now use a similar process to discover your sweetheart’s preferred way to be romanced. It helps if you use what I call the Platinum Rule of Romance.
Now you know your preferred way to be romanced, you’re in a relationship, and know your sweetheart’s preferred way of being romanced.
Fourthly, let romance grow like you grew the relationship. Mutual love, honor, respect and mow romance.
You know what I found interesting about the above?
These same steps can build romance in an already established relationship.
If you’d like some help discovering your romantic preference, I’ve recorded a CD called “Discover Your Romantic Preference.” You can order it at http://www.RomanceALIVE.com.
Like to hear how you found your sweetheart. Robert