This is a Romantic Couple Game, but it works perfectly in any grouping.
A bit of verbal appreciation goes a long way toward building the connection between lovers… and the stronger the connection, the hotter the passion.
And even if you’re single, you can practice this game with friends, co-workers, and even strangers because it’s actually a practice of learning how to verbalize your natural gratitude and appreciation.
We all get so caught up in the fast pace of life…
That it’s easy to forget the “little things” that keep your relationships in a feel-good place.
In this video, I (Susan Bratton) share one of the secrets that keep my marriage strong and super passionate. And it also keeps my connection with my friends and co-workers rewarding and joyful.
I started playing this with my husband nearly 30 years ago. And now we play this at the dinner table with friends and family too.
It’s a Romantic Couple Love Game, but it works perfectly in any grouping.
Everyone loves to feel appreciated. What makes appreciation really sink in is hearing the specifics.
You’ve heard it said that “It’s all in the details.” That is the absolute truth regarding bonding deeply with your lover, your friends, and your family.
Play this little game regularly, and watch what happens. You’re going to satisfy a deep hunger you probably didn’t even know you have.
In this video, you’ll also learn about The Soulmate Embrace. This is an extra-special way of connecting with your lover that you’ve never thought of before.
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This is the “Three Things I Love About You Couples Game.” I’m Susan Bratton, trusted hot sex adviser to millions, and in this short video, I have a couples’ love game and a special way to hug someone, called the Soulmate Embrace.
My couples’ love game involves you and your partner sharing three things you love about each other. As a woman, no matter how confident I am, sometimes I need a little verbal appreciation and encouragement. I need to hear proof of my man’s love for me, even though I know he loves me so much. So anytime I want verbal attention, I ask for it. Every time I ask, my husband Tim tells me three reasons why he appreciates me, and they’re always new things because this causes you to keep noticing what you love about your partner. Also, keeping a fresh pair of eyes on your relationship makes you feel like you’re newlyweds. We’ve been together for 27 years, and we still feel more in love today than we ever have even been. After he appreciates me, I reciprocate the gesture telling him three things I love about him.
Here are things that we have recently said to each other. He said, “I appreciate how you always think ahead and have a plan for the next few days, so I know what you need. You looked beautiful last night in your red dress. You make my life so fun with all the quality people you attract.” I say, “Thank you for fixing that refrigerator for us. Thank you for taking me out to dinner last night. I loved watching the sunset with you. You looked handsome last night when we went to visit friends, and when I look at you, it still makes my heart skip a beat.” Playing three things I love about you gets easier with practice, and that is how you co-create a life of love and adoration, connection, and intimacy. So that’s an easy technique and a beautiful game.
I also have another new love technique, part of my number one international best-selling Sexual Soulmate series. Click this link for a fantastic way to hold and be held called the Soulmate Embrace. You might think you know how to hold or be held. Get the Soulmate Embrace and try it because I guarantee you that you’ve never been held this fantastic way before. If you have any comments at all, please feel free to post them. I answer all the polite comments and courteous questions. Also, don’t miss my companion videos to this series, my love formula video for the attention-deficit marriage, and my 20 fill-in-the-blanks game, “20 Ways To Verbally Express Your Love.” Now get the Soulmate Embrace. Get hugging, get lovin’, and I’ll see you on the other side.