3. Do something to make them smile
Remember how much you loved seeing your partner smile when you first started dating? Smiling is contagious, and it can make people fall for one another. To fall in love every day, you should see your partner smile. And the best way to see them smile? Do something to make them smile! Not only will you be doing something nice for your partner, but you’ll also be falling in love every time you do.
4. Stay intimate
Intimacy is one of the things that relationships begin to lack as the years go on. If you want to fall in love and stay in love, intimacy is one of those things you have to keep working at. “Partners begin to take their love for granted and forget to keep themselves turned on and to continue to seduce their partner,” says Sari Cooper, LCSW, licensed individual, couples, and sex therapist.
Being with your partner should feel natural, not like a chore. Find time to spend together in an intimate and private setting. You’ll start falling in love with your partner a little more every day when you keep seeing them at their most intimate.
5. Address any issues right away
Don’t let things fester. A key to falling in love every day is making sure that you don’t let problems get bigger than they need to be. When an issue pops up, sit down and see if you can find a solution as soon as you can. You’ll find that compromising will help you fall in love with your partner all over again, every single day. Working through problems together is key to staying happy and long-lasting.
6. Give yourself time to miss them
Every relationship needs to have healthy boundaries, and everyone needs to have time to themselves. If you want to fall in love with your partner every day, you need to give yourself time to miss them. Spend some time alone, with friends, or with family.
Take a day trip without your partner so that “when you go home to Yours Truly, you’ll both be recharged and ready to come together even stronger,” says CEO of MeetMindful, Amy Baglan. You’ll be surprised by how much love you feel when you give yourself a chance to miss seeing your partner every day.