As a woman do you wonder how you can best work through your own relationship questions and issues and see the light at the end of the tunnel?
No matter what your question may be about your own relationship, you’ll find it here.
Best of all, you’ll find your relationship questions and answers answered in this article moment, and so that your future love opportunities be the best they can be.
Read the following relationship questions and answers, and utilize the answers as it applies for your life.
Whether you’re in a relationship or not, there is always an opportunity to think, feel and live a more meaningful love life. Do you have a burning question? It’s all right here.
I survey more than 20000 females between 20 to 55 age group and I have listed some of the burning relationship questions along with their detailed answers in this article.
So I urge you to read them until the end.
So, ladies. if you’re ready let’s begin.
#1. I can’t seem to get past the third date with a man. What am I doing wrong?
A: You’re not ‘doing’ wrong. You’re ‘thinking’ wrong. If it’s that you can’t get past the third date with any one man, what message are you sending out?
Let’s consider your first date. He wouldn’t have asked you out if he wasn’t attracted to you, and if you weren’t an irresistible and desirable woman.
By the third date, it may be that you’re sending him body language clues letting him know you’re not quite into him, or that you’re too eager.
During your next date with someone new, focus on creating a new way to communicate – by what you don’t say rather than what you do.
Smile, and say his name throughout the conversation in a feminine, soft tone.
Appear to him a mystery, but reveal fascinating and unique facts about your past.
Order desert for the both of you, and feed him the first spoonful.
You’re confident and fit; attractive and intelligent.
Now’s the time to stop old dating patterns that no longer serve your best interest, deserve.
#2. I’m a driven career professional. How do I merge my career and love life so that I’m not ignoring one, and putting all of my attention into the other? I’ve always struggled with this, and my relationships have suffered as a result of the time and attention I give my career. Help!
A: Balancing your work life and your personal life can be a challenge, and for some, it can seem as if they can only have one. What’s most important to you?
If you can’t choose just one, there’s good news – you don’t have to. You can have both a rewarding relationship and a romantic, fulfilling long lasting relationship.
Start by setting weekly priorities in your work life and your love life.
For example, if you struggle to find time to be affectionate on a daily basis due to your busy work schedule, plan ahead.
List three creative ideas in which you can spend quality time together at the end of the day.
Create a weekly plan for romance so that you can feel wanted and desire, and allow him to feel the same.
Romance doesn’t wait for your looming work deadlines to pass.
The time is now to bring romance back, and small ways to show your appreciation for your significant other on a weekly basis is a must.
Consider visiting your boyfriend at work one day, and surprise him with a loving caress while whispering a secret in his ear.
The next day, send him a text, telling him how you can’t stop thinking about him.
Pick a weekend to treat him to a night away at your favorite hotel spot, and shower him with love and affection.
#3. I’m single but really interested in one of my male friends. The problem is, he just thinks of me platonically, not romantically. How can I get him to see me as more than just a friend?
But instead give you the best start to a long, happy and passionate love affair that you.
Believe it or not, you’re asking a question that I’ve heard time and time again, from women just like yourself that have a lot to offer someone of the opposite sex.
The majority of your dilemma has to do with the way he sees you and perhaps, has always seen you.
Many men have a hard time just being friends with a woman, but if they are friends with you, that means that he’s categorized you as a ‘friend’, and more specifically, a woman who for one reason or another, he hasn’t thought of as sexy.
It doesn’t mean that you’re not, but it could mean that at the start of your friendship, you had a rare trait that his girlfriend did not – trust, honesty, a sense of humor perhaps.
He’s put you in this “box”, a file in his mind that you are a buddy and not a love interest.
He could have done this to protect himself, or to make a subconscious decision that you are such an awesome find in his life, he doesn’t give you a chance to be anything more.
If you want to turn the friendship into a possible relationship, it’s important to redefine how he sees you.
Crank up your sex appeal that’s the most important thing a guy wants (whether you’re comfortable with that or not) and show him another side he’s never seen in you.
Crank up the sensuality, the flirtation and the sex. You don’t need to flaunt your cleavage at him, or even tell him how you feel.
Start off small, by retiring the jeans that you normally wear for a slim fitting pencil skirt and flattering top. In other words, dress the part.
Men are visual creatures, and if you want to get out of the ‘friend box’ that he’s put you in, he’ll need to see that you’re capable of so much more.
Go easy and tread lightly.
You’re good friends with him for a reason, and I doubt you want to lose that. But the right relationship – perhaps a future relationship with this friend – may be worth the risk that only you can decide for yourself.
#4. My husband and I are creatures of habit. We love going to the same restaurant every Friday night for our date night out, and we end up making love in the same position nearly every time we have sex.
If I’m bored with the routine of our relationship, I’m sure he is, and so my relationship question is this:
How can we spice up our relationship to make it like new again?
A: I’ve experienced coaching so many long term couples that play the same role over and over again.
They feel comfortable and overall satisfied with their marriage, so why change it?
They orgasm every time during sex, so why add something new to the mix? They love that steak restaurant they frequent every Friday night, so what’s the point of trying out another one?
The problem with a repetitive routine is that over time, and often with the drop of a hat, a wife and husband can start looking elsewhere for excitement, passion and romance.
It can be a slippery slope: you love your partner, but bored with the relationship.
The longer the boredom goes on, the more appealing another person can look, and before you know it, one partner (whether it may be you or your husband) has become unfaithful.
The kicker is that excitement that you find outside of the relationship is all just an illusion.
It’s not real. You, your partner and your relationship is.
Keep it sacred, and avoid temptation in anyone or anything that looks like the thrill you’ve been missing with one another, because all it is, is a representation of what your relationship is lacking.
Keep your relationship sacred, honest and nurtured by making your date night a priority.
Do whatever it takes to add spice into a normal routine – try cooking an exotic dish at home (complete with aphrodisiac foods to increase your libido and his.)
Book a night away at a bed and breakfast inn; dress your bedroom in lavender and vanilla candles and buy some red satin sheets.
Try to spend to spend your next night together just being and enjoy each other with flirtation and caressing, rather than giving into the same conversation and position in bed.
Relationship Questions and Answers #5. I’m a single mom of two, and recently divorced. I’m a bit gun shy about entering back into the dating scene, and not quite sure how to flirt with men.
After all, it’s been so long since I’ve done it. What are your suggestions for someone like me who wants to put herself out there again?
A: It doesn’t matter if you’re female or male; if you’ve been ‘out there’ in the dating world for the past ten years, or ten minutes.
Dating is hard, flirtation isn’t as easy as it looks and everyone regardless of their personal situation has doubts and fears about meeting the opposite sex.
Will he like you, or reject you? Will he ask you out, or ask out your best friend?
Will he be put off that you’re a single mom when all he wants is a good time, or will he love that about you, and be eager to learn more about you? Who knows?
The only thing you do know is that you have to put yourself out there, and as time has taught you (and taught you well) the best policy is just to be honest, be genuine and be yourself.
If he likes you, he’ll find a way to ask you out (whether or not you stumble over your words in nervousness as you talk to him).
If you’re particularly nervous about being in social situations again and this time, as a single woman, it’s normal.
It can help to train your mind to replace feelings of nervousness, doubt and fear with feelings of self-love.
Write a list of every amazing, unique and great quality you have. Are you kind, generous and a good listener?
Do you have passion for cooking?
Do you have a passion for your job, your family or your friends?
Write each quality down, and look at it right before going out.
When you replace negative feelings about yourself for positive ones, you’re setting up your mind to believe whatever it is you want to achieve.
Do you want to meet a kind, generous man who has a love for rescuing animals just like you do?
Set your intention, and insist on a high quality partner that you deserve. With some time, you’ll find him.
#6. At the beginning of a relationship, I’m really good at making my boyfriend feel special, loved and valued.
But every time the relationship gets rocky (such as when the romance begins to die out), I break up with them.
How can I chart myself through a relationship’s ‘rocky waters’, and find new ways to bring in romance and passion without letting my fears take over?
A: There’s not one person in the world who can enter a relationship without also bringing alone some past relationship baggage. It’s what we do.
We’re human, and we can’t just shut off those deep rooted pangs, and scars a past lover has inflicted on us.
It’s not the relationship baggage that hurts our current relationship.
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In fact, carrying just a little bit of memory of a hurtful relationship from a few years back can actually help us become a stronger, more compassionate and honest partner for our current significant other.
You want to remember your past so that you don’t repeat the relationship mistakes from your younger years; however, you don’t want your past to dictate your present relationship.
You could simply be tempted by acting out in ways you don’t fully understand.
It could be that you break up so abruptly with each boyfriend of yours because you want to beat them to the punch.
Did you suffer through a painful breakup in your past in which your heart was the one that was crushed?
Self-sabotage behavior can easily make its way into your relationship today, no matter how loving of a partner you may have.
It’s natural to what to protect yourself, but at what expense?
Start to become aware of any sudden behavior you have towards your boyfriend, and possible triggers for that abrupt action or words.
What caused you to lash out and walk away?
When you become aware of what you’re doing, you can find the root cause and begin to develop creative solutions to overcome it.
If your boyfriend understands, he’ll help you to work through it with love and patience, and simply put- because you’re worth it.
Then, you can rekindle your relationship and enhance a deeper connection from a fearless, not fearful place.
#7. I’m on a tight budget, and my boyfriend and I can’t afford romantic getaways or expensive bouquets of flowers too often.
What are some cheap ways to bring back the romance in our relationship?
A: When it comes to bringing back the romance in your relationship, it’s important to know that money doesn’t have a thing to do it with.
What it does involve is cooking up the right recipe for romance that he’ll appreciate, and collectively, you’ll gain satisfaction from.
Remember, you’re applying the love chef principle into your relationship, which means that if you want more passion and romance in your life, you’ll need to remember that not every dish you cook up will work for him.
You’ll need to simmer, sauté and spice up romance in many different ways and adjust your idea of romance accordingly.
You can as easily find a way to spark your connection and passion for one another without your credit card or tapping into your checking account.
This is an important question to address because in my experience, money is one of the biggest factors that contribute to couples who complain of a ‘good romance gone bad’.
I have heard the same complaint from countless couples, who say the reason they are no longer romantic is because they’re broke.
I say to them as I say to you, when it comes to romance, it shouldn’t cost you a thing.
The reason being, is that romance isn’t about anything materialistic.
It’s about vamping up the closeness and love between two people through feeling, through the senses and through an already intact excitement you once had.
Now it’s just about bringing it back to the table, which can be done in so many different ways!
Whether you live together or not, your home can be the starting point, the ‘stage’ that romance is set.
Rearrange your living room so that it is clutter free.
Light a fire in your fireplace, and adorn your mantle with pictures of you and your partner which you can hang from walls.
Invite your boyfriend over for a feast of appetizers (all of which are easy enough to feed one another) and a bottle of wine.
Turn the TV off and the music on.
After eating dinner, stand up and without saying a word, dance slowly and provocatively, and just inches away from where he is sitting.
Recite a few lines of your favorite poem and in a foreign language, and right after youdo, kiss him passionately.
Write something (a little bit naughty) on your underwear, and watch him get excited as he decodes the message.
Explore his body in the bedroom, and encourage him to explore yours.
Romance is about setting the mood for intimacy, closeness and desire, so think about it like this: Rush nothing. Savor everything.
And bring this sense of joy for one another any time you need it, desire it or are missing it from your relationship.
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