Did you know, if you are un -affectionate, your partner may think that you don’t love them.
Ever wondered why u get more taken for granted than your friend?
So why do we get taken for granted by our partners?
According to lovepanky.com, “not all lovers take each other for granted. But most of us do, even if we don’t realize it. Ever since both of you started dating, you may be doing something special for your partner all the time, like planning a surprise birthday party or cooking them a hearty four course dinner each time they come home.
And at some point of time, your partner may turn this romantic gesture of your affection into an expectation.
If you plan an elaborate birthday party for your partner every single year and surprise them with a big gift on each birthday *you save for months to afford it!*, and one birthday, you decide to take it easy and just take your lover out for dinner at a fancy restaurant, you may still find that your partner may be slightly annoyed with you! And that’s a clear case of being taken for granted in the relationship.
Well I have a solution, here are a few fixtures to our lil problem.
I know you love him, but once in a while you need to put your foot down. Turn him down, when he asks you out on a date.
Take a wild trip with your friends and make him worried. He might think you are with a hot stud, that is making you breakfast in bed.
Become independent. Come on, say it ” I don’t need you”, those words, will make him think twice.
Let him be the one who initiates physical contact. Let him be the one to hold your hand in public first.
If he wants you to chill with him, very politely turn him down. He needs to start up his game. Chilling all the time on sofa ain’t fun all the time.
That’s it from me, The Eye Catcher.
Remember you are way better than how he treats you. You don’t deserve being put second. You are a women. You have the POWER.
By Lauren Leonard