Lucky At Romance

Do you feel luck in romance?

Many of you who read this blog are among the luckiest people in romance.

You may disagree with me (and you can be wrong). Your initial reaction might be an emphatic, “I’m not lucky at much of anything, especially not romance.”

Before you stop reading, consider the following.

When you were a kid:

  • Were you indoors all the time, playing video games or watching TV? Or,
  • Did you spend your time outside, playing with your friends and/or siblings?

The second scenario helped your luck in romance and here’s why.

Playing outside with friends or siblings helped you develop important skills:

  • Communicating with others.
  • Playing with others.
  • Using your imagination when you created games or places of adventure.

As a result, you know how to play, how to get along with others, and how to use your imagination.

As you read this blog, these modern tools are now available to you:

  • Email;
  • Texting;
  • Phones we can take anywhere to call anyone at any time;
  • Unlimited phone calls;
  • Unlimited long-distance phone calls at no additional charge.

Combining the skills of your younger years with the tools of today means you can:

  • Develop relationships in person;
  • Keep in frequent contact no matter where you are;
  • Play with others;
  • Use your imagination in creative ways to keep your Romance Alive™.

Today, we can be lucky in romance. And if you don’t feel lucky, use what you learned as a kid with the tools available today to create your own romantic luck. Here’s to your luck with romance, Robert

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About RomanceALIVE

Helping people grow relationships via romance. Been studying, researching, observing what is romance and how to be romantic since the 90's.
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One Response to Lucky At Romance

  1. namenews says:

    Awesome article. You are right, we still have those essential qualities and ideas right at this very moment….. just takes warming up to activate, I think.

    Thanks for sharing this.

    -N.N. Team

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