Gifts make a relationship stronger and fill the cracks of a strained relationship. Your man is the most important and precious thing women possess. A woman always wants to please her man and to cherish her relationship. Gifts nurture your bond. Whether it’s an occasion like Valentine’s Day or his birthday, or just your way to say sorry to you man, gifts are always magical.
The ultimate gift is thinking out of the box. It is not an aftershave, a perfume or a tie. The ultimate gift for a man is respect and appreciation. It may not be apparent but more than anything else your man wants your respect and your appreciation for what he has provided you with. When you cook meal for him, welcome him with a smile, wish him best of luck for his day, console him when he needs you your man will feel like you understand him and that is the ultimate gift.
Men are not really fond of gifts like women. Respect and understanding hardly costs anything nut it will earn you a special place in your man’s life. If he knows that you accept him with all his flaws and you can do anything to make him happy, he will cherish this feeling and will transform into a romantic prince that you will fall in love with every moment.
This ultimate gift for your man does not need you to pay dollars instead it needs you to pay attention to every word of your man, his body language, his tone and his facial expressions. Not every woman thinks that understanding your man’s mood is the most essential part of a relationship. If you know what your man is thinking, you can avoid any argument and quarrel. This is the first step to a healthy strong relationship. Follow the following steps to give your man the ultimate gift: Respect, affection and appreciation.
1. Listen to what he is saying and try to coordinate with him. Even if you are tired and you want to sleep you should still talk to your man before going to sleep and discuss his work and what he did all day. Talks make couples become close and develop understanding.
2. Whenever you are put off because of a mistake he did, don’t throw tantrums. Tantrums are a turn off and they make things worse. Stop talking to him. If you avoid him he’ll be curious and he might understand himself that he has done something wrong.
3. Whenever he does something appreciate him! This will encourage him to do good things in future too. Try not to talk about his mistakes.