How to Start Flirting With Your Partner Again

How to Start Flirting With Your Partner Again

When last did you give your husband ‘that’ look from across the room, kept eye contact until your heart skipped a beat or laughed out of your stomach like all those times in the first months of dating?

We get it. Life happens. But that doesn’t mean you can start flirting with your partner again. Rekindle that spark by following these tips and tricks:

  • Relive old moments - Thinking back on old dates and memories with your partner can immediately create some positive, flirty feelings. It’s a good reminder of why you got together in the first place.

  • Smile - Yes, it might sound obvious, but when last have you just made eye contact with your partner and smiled for no reason at all. Smile as though you’re keeping a secret, and the secret is your love for him/her.

  • Buy lingerie. This could be for yourself or your partner. Make sure your significant other gets a glimpse of what you are wearing so that they will have that thought stuck in their head for the rest of the day.

  • Write Notes: As corny as it may sound, everyone loves a surprise note in their lunch box, or laptop bag. Thanking your partner and showing appreciation can really rekindle that gratefulness.

  • Listen without distractions - Try to be attentive when your partner is talking. Really listen and stop what you’ve been doing before they started a conversations. Merely being present is also a way of flirting

  • Spontaneous touch - With our busy lives we don’t make enough time for connecting with each other. Make a point of touching your partner in some or other way whenever you’re in their presence.

  • Hold hands. Remember during those early days it felt like you’ve won the biggest prize in being able to hold hands with your partner. Re-visit this habit by holding hands in public and in private.

  • Flirty Photos - There is no shame in sneaking a sexy selfie or two.

 

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