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Holiday Dating Do's & Don't!
The holidays are a stressful time for many people, but they can go smoothly if you are prepared for any situation. As Christmastime approaches, couples in relationships around the world are apprehensive. They spend their time debating what the perfect gift will be for Christmas, whether or not they will be celebrating together with respective family members or alone, and how the holiday as a whole will be managed.
No matter how far along into a relationship you are, you can have a successful holiday that will help to solidify your relationship.
During the holidays, you will want to ensure that you have everything handled so that you can prepare for an enjoyable and potentially romantic holiday season. If you are unsure of how to handle holidays or find yourself attempting to gain some helpful and knowledgeable relationship advice this Christmas, then you will appreciate the following list of holiday relationship do's and don'ts.
The Holiday Dos As Christmas approaches, you want to find ways to enjoy one another's company when you both have less time in the day. Try making a schedule when you will be able to sneak in some choice moments together. Take your lover for a surprise lunch picnic indoors when the house is otherwise empty.
Leave them messages, love notes or dirty thoughts that detail what is to come as the holiday draws near. A little creativity is always a good thing and it never hurts to leave your lover wanting more. You can also leave voicemails or emails if distance is a more prominent issue with the two of you.
If you are married and have children take advantage if family is visiting by having them baby sit the kids. You can sneak out for a naughty night on the town and won't even have to pay a babysitter.
Go on a small holiday shopping spree together for relationship oriented gifts. Toss all taboos aside as you both choose one item for your adult toy box that you've always wanted. Whether you choose an adult inflatable doll, an anal plug, or even a paddle you can adventurously vow to try out these products or to live out one another's greatest fantasy this Christmas.
The Holiday Don'ts
Do not sit around and order her around when she has plenty of things to do. First, no woman likes it when she is told what to do. This is especially true when she has other things on her mind. Second, it shows insensitivity, which will only add to the stress of the holiday season.
Do not buy her risque presents unless you are sure she has interest in them or you know she is going to like them. You might buy her a whip, but if she does not like pain and has no desire to give you any, the gift is useless. As a result, she is unimpressed that you knew so little about her that you would buy her a present like this.
Note for Women: Ladies, the same can be said for you. Do not go buying your man an anal vibrator to use on him when you are almost certain anal is not his idea of a good time.
Do not make plans for your lover without consulting them first. It is wonderful if you want them to have Christmas at moms, but if they are planning to go to their mother's house instead, who is having Christmas dinner at the same time, there is going to be some trouble with that. On that note, do not invite your entire family and friends over for dinner without bringing up the idea of a Christmas party.
With a little forethought and some communication you can have an excellent holiday no matter if it's your first together or it's your fortieth. Happy Holidays!
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