Your partner deserves to know how much they affect you.
By Jordan Gray.
There is a distinct lack of praise and appreciation in our intimate relationships.
My female clients frequently tell me things like… "I just want to know that he still finds me attractive." "Sometimes I can't even tell if he still wants to be with me." "A lot of the time during sex he feels really distant. I don't know if he's thinking about someone else or just doesn't want to look at me as much anymore."
Your partner deserves to know how much they affect you. And they want to know that you find them attractive.
Here are three ways that you can make your partner feel like the most beautiful woman in the world.
1. With your eyes.
Look at her like she's all you could ever hope for. Look at her like your eyes are desert sand, and she is the ocean. Look at her in awe. Look at her in disbelief. Look at her with hunger in your eyes. Drink her up with your eyes and let her beauty seep into you.
2. With your hands.
Touch her like you've never touched a body before. Touch her like you won't be seeing her again for months. Touch her as if her skin were made of silk. Touch her from an internal place of awe.
Touch her gently. Grab her lustfully. Touch her like you're healing every one of her emotional demons with each caress. Touch her like you are the luckiest person in the world.
3. With your mouth.
Tell her exactly what you find so sexy about her. Tell her what she does to you. Tell her about how she makes you dizzy. Tell her how you couldn't love and respect her mind any more than you already do. Tell her how much you love and appreciate her and let it shine through in how you say it to her.
Let your words, voice, and body language all be a love letter to her beauty, intelligence, and depth of intuition. Tell her what you love about her and tell her often. Let her know what you love about her so frequently that it's never far from her mind. Tell her so often that if you never had an opportunity to add more, you would feel complete with everything that you ever said to her.
Just… Love her.
This article was originally published at The Good Men Project. Reprinted with permission from the author.