In the age-old quest for a love potion to guarantee someone will love you forever, there’s actually a much simpler and more direct route to ensure your partners undying love. True, it may take a little bit of work and effort on your part, but it’s got to be easier than slaying dragons or selling your soul to the devil to be granted a magic potion. If you’ve read this far, then congratulations, you’ve already started on number one! Continue below to learn some great ways to make your partner consider wanting to be with you forever!
Work On Yourself – I didn’t say this would all be fun and games. But we’re talking about undying love here — certainly that deserves a little exertion, don’t you think? There’s no way to skip this first step. You’ve got to be willing to look at yourself and ask, what about me isn’t so lovable? And you have to be willing to listen to the answers you hear and act upon them in your real-life quest to improve yourself.
Figure Out How She (Or He) Likes To Be Loved – What equals love in your partners mind might not be what gets your heart pounding. Actually, it’s highly likely that you feel loved in different ways than they do. So, you may be walking along thinking you saying I love you twenty times a day should do the trick, but just like we all have different learning styles, we also have different loving styles. Ask your partner what makes them feel loved. Perhaps they’re the type who needs physical touch to know you care. If you simply ask what makes them feel the most love, they will feel like you actually care.
Be Honest – This is the ultimate. I know, it’s hard sometimes to know whether you should really tell your girlfriend that you don’t love that dress on her, or maybe aren’t really digging the new hairstyle. But you can be a truth teller without being mean or rude. It’s all in the telling. Pause before you say something that you think might be a sensitive point and say it in a way that at first makes your partner feel good, and then telling them the truth might not be hard to hear. Trust me: practice on the small stuff and then when there’s a bigger, harder truth, you’ll have their respect and trust.