How to have a better connection with a Slavic woman

Slavic Women

When two individuals get together, opposites attract. Therefore, it’s very exciting. After that, when they move in together, commonality builds gradually. However, the more your have in common, the less exciting the relationship becomes. The real issue is: individuals think waning attraction is a relationship problem. But in fact, it’s not; it’s a physics problem. It’s certainly not a death sentence, yet we should know how to create the dynamics we desire in a romantic relationship. Well, you will have nights on the sofa wearing your hygge pants, eating popcorn while watching TV. That’s absolutely okay. Nevertheless, it becomes an issue when that is the norm – you don’t have something to say to each other anymore. In that moment, you’d better remember the dance with polarity by creating opposites, uniqueness as well as filling your own cup. 😊

  • How to keep creating attraction in a relationship with a Slavic woman:

Please begin with turning down the ambient noise level in your daily life, i.e., smartphones, TV and emails. Then notice how much time you spend in your thinking body VS your feeling body. People say the ‘turn-on’ occurs in your brain, but that’s not true. You must be able to feel your body.

In order to do that, you have to differentiate between your ‘go’ mode (which you use at work) and your ‘flow’ mode (what you need for attraction). After having 8 hours of ‘go’, ‘flow’ wouldn’t occur naturally or quickly. Yet all you have to do is to move your body – 5 minutes of dancing to the music will get you back in the body. You may do it in the office before going home in the afternoon. 😉

You would be well-advised to warm your body up. It’s simple. Music certainly helps. A good cologne also helps. Perhaps you may have a fragrant hand cream in your car for the commute or turning the radio off in the car while sitting in silence. This is a mindful experience. 😊

  • How to keep the spark alive in a romantic relationship with a Slavic woman:

First and most importantly, consider spending some time apart. If two individuals are together 24/7, they start to depolarize; there is no longer friction. It will help if you existed in opposite spaces for there to be some friction, which is great. You could recreate this by spending sufficient time apart so there is a freshness when you come back together again.

For example, when you arrive home from work, spend 10 minutes apart. Maybe you can have a shower or take the dog for a walk, so you reset in this way (before coming back together in a very romantic sense).

In the second place, please be disciplined. Many people make an effort to dress up and have a date night, but then they look at their smartphone during the dinner date. Suddenly, they ask, “Did you call the plumber today?” That’s an on-the-couch conversation.

Australian relationship coach Wala Truscott’s advice is to introduce boundaries like ‘no smartphones in the bedroom’. Have weekly meetings to sort out trivial or logistical things so when you have a date night, you are able to talk about other things. What’s more, you may even spend the previous night away from your Slavic woman before the date night (e.g., at your best friend’s place or your parents’ place so you can create space and then pick up your Slavic woman for the dinner date. In this way, it feels like a real date rather than just going out for dinner in a restaurant.)

Third, you must have your own interests. Ideally, you should have some interests outside of your relationship. The best way to do that is finding new hobbies as well as trying new things so when you arrive home, your experiences spark conversation. You can start somewhere / anywhere: woodwork, painting, … as this will surely open up a lot of opportunities to discover what else is possible and available. Just get started. Do something out of the ordinary. This will keep the spark alive in your relationship with a Slavic lady.

Remember: Routine is the real killer of excitement. Therefore, all you need to do is to mix things up. Why don’t you sit outside and talk rather than on the sofa? If it’s cold outside, you can take a blanket and snuggle. Always mix up the rinse and repeat. Look, being uncomfortable isn’t always a bad thing!

“It is your responsibility to make sure that the spark is alive in your relationship!”

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