What can a woman do on Valentine’s Day that’s is special and unexpected for her guy?

What can a man do on Valentine’s Day that’s special and unexpected for his lady?
February 21, 2017
Know Your Love
Know Your Love
February 21, 2017

What can a woman do on Valentine’s Day that’s is special and unexpected for her guy?

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What can a woman do on Valentine’s Day that’s is special and unexpected for her guy?

A good adage to remeber is that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. It’s trite, but trust me, it’s also true. Take the time to prepare a special meal of all the foods that he loves and serve them to him in candle light. Yes, candle light. Men actually love that type of romance, but may never admit to it. Yes, some may consider this a sexist move; cooking for your man. However, giving of yourself to the one you love is never a bad thing.

You could also give him a nice card and his favorite bottle of wine for the meal. You could arrange to take him to his favorite sporting event and get the best tickets ahead of time for both of you. That will be unexpected, but the message that you will give him will be the right ones.

Find out what movie or show he is particularly interested in and get the best seats for the two of you. Even if it involves a subject that you do not care for, go with him and show that love is more important than you not wanting to sit through another Steven Segall movie.

Plan a weekend at the beach or a favorite resort or retreat and go together, just the two of you. Don’t take kids or cell phones or computers to interrupt your time together. Be sure not to plan the get away during a special game event otherwise his interest will not be 100% on you. You can also rely on your imagination to come up with new unexpected actions to show him your love.

Dayo Fawusi
Dayo Fawusi
I am Dayo Fawusi - a UK certified professional life coach, US certified behavior consultant, writer, entrepreneur and a champion in Lean Six Sigma methodology. I am a gentle, optimistic and refined People manager, who looks for balance and harmony everywhere with a great sense of justice. I have a mission to cooperate, to persuade, to mediate, to conciliate, equalize things around me and work for the peace and harmony of the world. I have a deep interest in human performance development and world cultures. I spend most of my time coaching individuals and consulting on strategy, innovation, projects and human resource development. I have consistently in my previous jobs working with multinational and multifunctional groups, demonstrated strong ability to motivate, challenge and inspire individuals and groups to greater participation and dedication. I am skillful in creating vision, managing change and motivating others to achieve excellence in performance. I have great ability to identify patterns, structures and connections within information and quantifiable data.

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