5 ways to make a lady feel loved in a relationship
Every girl wants to feel like she's a special and unique treasure to her guy.
It’s not difficult to make a woman feel special. In fact, it’s usually the little things she appreciates most because they let her know you truly care.
Every girl wants to feel like she's a special and unique treasure to her guy. How do you show her that she really is special to you? Nothing impresses a woman more than a guy treating her as his princess.
Pulse.com.gh brings you ways to make a lady feel loved.
1.Encourage and support her
One of the easiest ways to be supportive is to be encouraging. Always let her know that you think she can do something, and encourage her to pursue things that can make her feel happy.
Hearing words like “you can do that”, “it’s okay not to be okay”, or “you’re not alone” can push her to do things she badly wants, in times she feels like giving up.
2. Be faithful
Avoiding temptations and strengthening your relationship will help you make your girl feel loved. Never stare at other girls around because your girl is very sharp to catch it.
Also, don’t set yourself up for failure by spending time with someone you would otherwise be attracted to. Instead, keep your eyes only with her and be busy looking for new ways to love your own.
3. Let go of trying to change her
Along the same lines of accepting her is learning to let go of trying to change her in the relationship. You can’t expect or demand that a woman be a certain way in your relationship.
4. Be vulnerable with her
Women feel loved when you share your feelings and your experiences – positive and negative – with them. They don’t want to hear your every fear and worry, but they do want to hear what you’re struggling with and your challenges.
5. Make time for her consistently
A woman feels loved when you make time for and prioritize her in your life. I’ve seen a lot of men who tend to create lots of time for women during the dating process, but not once we’re in a relationship with them.
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