Romantic letters have been instrumental in many love connections made both in past and present times. Learning the art of writing a romantic love letter will definitely make a good impression on the intended party who will be impressed enough to be at the very least interested in making a response.
Expression Through Writing
A romantic love letter is designed to make the other party feel special and honored. The following are some of the points that should be included when considering the format and content of a romantic love letter:
Writing from the heart and being as authentic as possible will help in the design of the letter’s content. Choosing words carefully that are intended to touch the very heart of the intended recipient will also contribute to the letter being special and heartfelt.
Mentioning an action or a word that has inspired the individual’s initial reaction to writing the letter should be expressed. This will show the recipient that the individual has been giving the action or the word some thought.
Thanking the intended recipient for the inspiration that they seem to ignite in the author of the love letter is also another angle to include in the writing of the love letter. Thanking the intended for the positive feelings surfacing and the sudden or heightened positive vibes that have caused changes should also be included.
Explaining the reason the recipient matters to the author of the love letter and how life has changed for the better simply with the presence of the recipient in his or her life even if it is through an online connection will help to further express the impact made and felt.
Even though our personalities differ from each other and we have had those different ways of expressing our selves but honestly being a likable person is one of the most very impressive traits we can ever have. We can have lot’s of friends. Imagine going into work and your office mates would enthusiastically greeted you with their sweetest smiles and hello? Isn’t it a nice feeling right? The feeling when you’re most likely around with positive and happy people.
Yet, we can’t please everyone. Whatever we’ve been doing there is someone whom going to hate us, talk us and put us down. Those are insecure people whom sees you ahead of them. But surely we can eliminate this dis-likeness to people around us if we can have this some sort of traits, it can be learn-able anyway. We can learn to improve our self, we can learn to make people be comfortable with us, we can learn to make them like us, but please don’t be so trying hard. Just give your best shots. So, these are some traits you can start to learn
Ask for Nothing.
To ask nothing. To expect nothing. To depend on nothing.
Laugh at themselves.
Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused
Listen with Interest
Sometimes people just need someone to listen. No advice. No words. Just a shoulder, an ear.
Staring at screens right before sleep turns out to be a lot worse than previously thought. Dr. Dan Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, lays out all of the negative effects bedtime screen viewing can have on the brain and body.
We might be forcing our eyes or taking a deep big breath just for our eyes to shut off. But, really it’s hard, the struggle wasn’t easy. If only you can captured how your thoughts goes through from time to time, it’s probably taking a go around world tour trip.
From happiness, fear, confusion, questions, worries, past experiences, future happenings and what else your thoughts can reach? It’s really tiring, right? Then suddenly, a question splashed, “how i am going to sleep?”. You might be going to youtube to watch for a video tips or like searching in google, typing “how to sleep?”.
And just happened, you came across on this post, finding that it could might help you through on your struggle. So i hope so, here’s a list of tips i curated from wikihow.com, telegraph.co.uk and mirror.co.uk you can check out for you to be able to get some enough sleep.
1. Prepare your Bedroom.
A nice, cool and organize bedroom can help your mind go at rest. Make sure your room had enough cooling temperature to make your body more comfortable.
The best conditions to sleep are when you are:
Cooler than room temperature, a little below 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
In soft, breathable clothing. You want room between your skin and the fabric.
In the dark. You should turn off all lights and keep nightlights at a distance.
2. Perform 4-7-8 Breathing Exercise
Dr. Weil says the technique is a powerful method of falling asleep because it delivers more oxygen than normal breathing to the parasympathetic nervous system, which becomes overstimulated during times of stress.
All you have to do is lightly touch the ridge of tissue behind your top front teeth with your tongue, exhale completely, and then adopt the following breathing pattern:
– Breathe in through your nose quietly for a count of 4
– Hold your breath for a count of seven
– Blow air out through your mouth for a count of 8, making a ‘whoosh’ sound
– Repeat the process three more times
Peter Smith says: “Lie on your left side, resting a finger on your right nostril to close it. Start slow, deep breathing in the left nostril.”
3. Five minutes before bed, turn on light music or white noise.
Constant sounds, unlike those coming from a window or snoring partner, make for great sleep. Even more importantly, they make the odd noises in the night — like a barking dog– seem less loud by comparison, soothing you to sleep.
Try a classical music station on Pandora, Spotify, or Songza.
Listen to waves, raindrops, wind noises, or other calm, consistent sounds. You can find them on many white noise and music apps.
4. Ban all electronic devices from your bedroom
That’s because light plays such a forceful role in our sleeping patterns. The key here is the hormone melatonin, which is produced by the pineal gland and appears to facilitate sleepiness. Melatonin is only excreted into our bloodflow when there is little light in the surrounding environment; a natural or artificial light source halts its production and potentially keeps us awake.
Banning smartphones, tablets, and even bright electronic alarm clocks from your bedside table will help you enjoy bask in a sleepy haze of melatonin at nighttime.
5. Try to stay awake
Challenge yourself to stay awake – your mind will rebel! It’s called the sleep paradox, says psychotherapist Julie Hirst (worklifebalancecentre.org). She explains: “Keep your eyes wide open, repeat to yourself ‘I will not sleep’. The brain doesn’t process negatives well, so interprets this as an instruction to sleep and eye muscles tire quickly as sleep creeps up.”
7. Use a pillow
You probably know by now that falling asleep at night is all about feeling comfortable and relaxed.
And you probably know by now that you’re supposed to use a pillow when you get in bed.
For example, when lying on your back, try placing a pillow beneath your knees. This will allow your lower back to assume its natural curve and relax into the mattress, rather than arching up like a suspension bridge.
Or, when lying on your side, consider popping a pillow between your legs. This will stop the higher leg from pulling around, putting stress on the spine and hip.
I know all of us has gone through some situation where decisions are need to think hardly. We sometimes felt so pressured and stressed when it comes to finalizing our decisions especially when it involves with the heart and mind, your happiness or other happiness, but hey we need to make the right and good decision as best as we can. So how are we going to make the good one anyway? Watch the video below that shows you some simple tips that might help you 🙂