Bonding with your significant other

It’s the end of the night, and you have his/her total attention. You want to let them know how much you care about them, and so you do precisely that. While those words can have a lot of weight on a relationship, it is the actual time spent together leading up to that point that really makes a difference. What I am talking about here is the bonding that you have with your partner, and it is a true necessity of any good relationship.

There are so many different ways to bond, and a lot of that has to do with what stage of the relationship you are in with your partner.

If you are just starting to date, then it is important to spend time bonding out in the open, enjoying each others company in typical date settings. This is the time for you to get to truly know your partner, and for them to get to know you, and it lays the foundation for any solid relationship. If at all possible, also try to go on exciting dates rather than just your typical dinner and movie (although that is acceptable from time to time).

Later on in the relationship, depending on how open you and your partner are, things can get physical. Although you may not realize it at first, getting physically intimate with your partner is a legitimate way to bond with them, since sex is an important part of any healthy relationship.

If your bedroom routine starts to get repetitive over time, make sure that you treat the act of sex as an actual bonding experience, and do not let yourself slowly start to phase out sex in the relationship. Be willing to try new sex positions, or just simply explore your bodies further, all of which can really help the two of you to bond, believe it or not. For example, next time in bed try letting him explore your body to find your g-spot for the very first time. This can be a fun little adventure that not only helps the two of you bond, but that will permanently make sex all the more enjoyable as well.

Love is a natural human emotion. Humans have been feeling it ever since the beginning of time, and it is a necessary part of any healthy and thriving relationship.

So how do you create it naturally? You have to be an emotionally mature person who doesn’t mind being emotional, awkward, uncomfortable, and vulnerable, but ultimately self-assured and self-confident. To love you, the other person has to complete the void in your heart. And while it’s not necessarily selfish to put yourself first in general, constantly putting your own interests before your partner’s is a clear sign that your love isn’t where it should be. Both of you need to be thinking of each other first, and this can easily be accomplished by truly bonding with one another on a regular basis.

Bonding with your significant other is a necessary step to falling and remaining in total love. It will take time and effort, but it will also be totally worth it when you see your relationship not only continues to last, but get stronger and more fulfilling over time!