Investing Time to Romance

Three sides to the Romance Triangle:

  1. Time;
  2. Preferences; and
  3. Action

And part of the side of Preferences is the gift of time.

Interesting how time is a vital part of strengthening your relationship in the Romance Triangle, including the side of the Romance Triangle called Preferences.

Whether or not your sweetheart prefers to be romanced with the gift of time or has a different preference, investing time to understand time’s importance and using it to romance your sweetheart is vital.

Let’s explore the importance of investing your time into your relationship.

My sweetheart prefers to be romanced with the gift of time. So I invest time finding ways to romance her with the gift of time, and then I romance her by taking time from busy schedules to catch up on our day, or fix breakfast together, or going shopping together.

What’s the best way to invest your time? According to my life coach, Richard Flint (www.RichardFlint.com) you:

  • Insist on completing things;
  • Now is the most important time to start investing;
  • Visualize what you want to achieve with your time;
  • Expand your knowledge continually;
  • See time as a gift to use wisely;
  • Then refuse to procrastinate and create results.

As you read through that list, do you see how the investment of time to romance your sweetheart could pay dividends in your relations?

To invest, deliberately reserve time to consider and plan how you might romance your sweetheart. If your sweetheart prefers being romanced with the gift of time, consider sharing an activity, or performing an everyday activity in close proximity to each other, or going for a walk together.

Most important, do it now. Act on your plan. Invite your sweetheart to join you.

Investing time in learning to romance your sweetheart and giving your sweetheart the gift of time will help you make your relationship great. Robert

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