How to Spoil Your Man

by Kathy Price

About Kathy Price

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Kathy Price has been writing since 1990. Her work appears in “Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poet's Cafe," “African Voices” and "The World." Price taught at City University of New York for six years, edited "Tribes" magazine and received a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship in poetry. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Pace University.

How to Spoil Your Man

Preferential treatment given to a romantic partner affirms caring and love. According to Dr. Gary Chapman, author of "The Five Love languages," "everyone has a love language," dispelling the myth that romance matters only to women. Men, visual and sensoral creatures, desire loving care as well. Determining what makes your man feel special is significant in knowing how to cater to his needs. Offering special attention to a boyfriend or spouse demonstrates consideration and intimacy, ultimately benefiting both partners.

Light candles to offer a subtle nuance. Try different ideas of using candles according to your man's tastes.

Play his favorite music on the stereo or take him out to a live concert.

Make a special meal for him. Cook his favorite dinner or bring him breakfast on a tray.

Send a loving message. Text him a romantic greeting , or leave a poem in his pocket.

Take the opportunity to demonstrate physical affection. Give him a spontaneous hug, or hold his hand while taking a walk.

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