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Dr Rossi, Licensed Psychotherapist
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My name is Felix. Kindly give me tips what sustains romance

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My name is Felix.
Kindly give me tips what sustains romance in a relationship.
( would you permit me to share your views in an article?)

Hi Felix,


Some of the things that sustain romance are: 1/ the desire to please your partner both sexually and emotionally, 2/ spontaneous activities/willingness to try new things both in the bedroom and otherwise, 3/ compromise, 4/ taking care of one's appearance (not neglecting oneself after a long partnership or marriage) 5/ doing things together ex: couple's massage, 6/ doing things for one another- candle lit dinner even if it is at home, giving each other a foot rub/back rub, just any activity that promotes physical not always sexual intimacy.


You can use the info if it is helpful to you. Some of it I've covered in my audio book

Couple's Communication Made Easy [Audio CD] 2007


Edited by Dr Rossi on 1/5/2011 at 4:26 PM EST
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
I appreciate the answers. more advice will be fine.
I'll opt out so other experts can give it a try.

Edited by Dr Rossi on 1/5/2011 at 4:33 PM EST
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
No Rossi, don't
I'm going to lunch now and would be logged off. That gives others the option to reply as well. But, if you use the link, you can also reply to any expert as well. You can always accept the answer(s) that are most helpful. Here is some more info

Edited by Dr Rossi on 1/5/2011 at 4:47 PM EST
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