# Crushes and second glances Do you think someone in your workplace is attractive?
Or is someone from the third floor trying to catch your attention by trying to flirt with you? It may feel uncomfortable at first, but these conversations can actually bring both of you more closer than ever before and even eliminate insecurities.
- an act of trying to influence or gain favor of another by pursuing their attention. Because romance is an "act," many couples who have been together a long time take it for granted. - a desire for another person, which has grown to intensity that can't be ignored.
There are two type of romance: selfish romance (pursuing a romance for purely self serving reasons such as getting gifts, sexual favors, or trying to impress someone else) and selfless romance (romantic acts for the enjoyment and pleasure of your partner). This is often where an emotional relationship turns into a physical relationship. From here the couple must decide which path to take.
Which is a pity really, since conversations are one of the most natural ways to know more about each other.
So if you are raring to discover more about the new person in your life or simply need to break the monotony of years of marriage, here are a few conversation topics to get you started.
If you were the one to ask your partner to a date, ask your girlfriend or wife what made her say yes.
And we get that — talking about money doesn’t seem very romantic!
The reality, however, is that if this relationship does go to the next level you will be making money decisions together.
We STRONGLY recommend you pick up a copy of The 5 Money Personalities.
Money impacts each conversation — get a great match and you will cut many potential arguments off at the pass.