Over the years, researchers have gathered impressive loads of evidence detailing the roles played in our love-based interactions by the various hormones, neurotransmitters, and more.
When you fall in love and when you engage in a long-term commitment, a lot of chemical products ride around your brain and body.
In our sex drive, two of these hormones, estrogen, and testosterone (two chemicals that drive desire or sex.), play a role.
In fact, Oestrogen and testosterone are obviously a big deal in the sex drive. We never could walk into the arena of “real love” without them.
And while testosterone was traditionally thought to be a ‘male hormone’, it is found in men and women and promotes libido in all, irrespective of their biological sex.
Starting from love to long-term partnerships, researchers gradually learn more and more about the roles they play.
Love is also beyond having sex.
There are so many things to be done in other to have a better connection between two people in a relationship.
1. Always have fun together.
When you play together, you will have a sense of relaxation; fun, peace, and energy, and enjoy each other’s fun side.
You set aside the concerns about day-to-day life for a while and simply like to play (such as children).
2. Cooperate with each other.
When you support each other to carry out a job or task together, mutual satisfaction and intimacy develop.
You can accomplish this for the common homework… and, while splitting responsibilities and enjoying the results, you improve your relationship.
3. Share sentiments.
Share your heart and its concerns with your partner to improve your relationship and let him share his.
Respect his feelings and keep them confident, and he feels like you understand him, care for him and his experiences.
4. Exchange ideas
If you exchange ideas openly, you learn to respect each other, and you don’t accept each other’s ideas.
With a person who respects our opinion and our ability to think we are loved and safe.
Those who reject our ideas as foolish or without merit feel alienated.
5. Share crisis or problems.
If you support each other through a crisis, you are particularly close to those who overcome things together.
This partly comes because you know that, instead of turning on each other, you will both stay together and face whatever life throws at you.
6. Share spiritual convictions or experiences.
There will be a deep connection between you two when you share something larger than either of you.
7. Creating stuff jointly.
Create something together to improve your relationship.
This can make a porch in your home or something you both like to do… even something so simple as a puzzle can influence your relationship.
When you finish what you created together, there is a sense of closeness and achievement.
8. Together, sharing the beauty.
Concentration on something magnificent lifts your heart and soul and enhances your interpersonal relationship.
You are amazed and have a feeling of wonder.
This relationship guide will provide you with the insider skills, secrets, and inspiration you want to get from your husband, for step-by-step guidance on everything you need to do to work in a relationship.