February 14th –
Valentine’s Day – is the official love day of the year. Anyone in any type of
romantic relationship must honor this day – in one way or another. Whether you
are in a long-term relationship or a brand new one, the time has arrived to
celebrate your relationship.
Here are 5 easy ways to heat up
the flames of passion and love on Valentine’s Day and show your partner how you
feel about them!
Since roses are the symbol of romance and
passion, start your day by giving your partner a rose(s) on
Valentine's Day. You can give them a single long-stemmed rose (which
I happen to think is very sexy) or a dozen long-stemmed roses – the number
doesn’t really matter.
Write your own personal Valentine's Day
card or poem. It doesn't have to be of epic style
or proportion – just something heartfelt and sincere that says, “I Love
You” in your own unique way. Anyone can purchase a card on the way
home from work, but a handwritten, homemade Valentine's Day card shows you
put in some thought and really care. It’s a sure way to set Cupid's arrow
flying in your direction!
Leave a romantic voice message and/or text
for your lover so they get it first thing in the morning – while at work
or at home. Who doesn't love a love message to start their day? And a
little flirting never hurt anyone!
Give your partner an aphrodisiac food like
chocolate, in whatever their favorite form of
chocolate is; i.e., chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate covered
raisins, etc. Or maybe you might want to make an outline of a heart with
you and your lover's initials inside it using M&M's. Be creative
and have fun.
Chocolate is not only delectable, it contains
both a sedative and stimulant. The sedative has a relaxing effect on you
and lowers your inhibition, while the stimulant increases your activity level
and enhances your desire for physical contact. Due to its effect on your libido
(sex drive), chocolate was actually banned from some monasteries centuries ago!
So for all you chocolate lovers out there – I say, bring out the chocolate!
Ladies, splash on that perfume.
Perfumes are made of natural ingredients such as almond, vanilla and other
spices and herbs that are known to act like pheromones, the hormone that
plays a vital role in sexual attraction. So by all means, ladies, use
perfume to your advantage and make this Valentine’s Day a day – and night
– to remember!
Whether you use one of my suggestions or one of
your own, make sure to find a special way to tell your partner how much you
love them this February 14th. Happy Valentine’s Day!
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