Do you feel like your man has gotten into the habit of taking you for granted?
Has it been awhile since he complimented you or even noticed that you were there?
Do you feel as though you are jumping up and down for attention and getting no reaction from him?
This doesn't necessarily mean that the relationship is doomed, but it does mean that you should strongly consider taking matters into your own hands.
Sometimes getting him to notice you means that you create the opportunity for that to happen. You want your man to see nothing but stars when they look at us.
You want him to be enamored with who you are and constantly shoot loving glances and compliments your way.
Unfortunately, this is just not how men are built.
We need little reminders of just how great you are, and we need you to keep us interested.
Every relationship comes to a standstill or needs some refreshing, and you may need to be the one to make that happen.
So if you feel like your man isn't really taking note of you lately, then it's time to get him to notice you and to remember what makes you so great!
Keep Things Interesting
You need to make him fall in love with you again. You need to show him that you are a beautiful face with substance and a touch of excitement.
Keep things interesting by going out and buying a new piece of lingerie to wow him with. Rent a hotel room and invite him along for a romantic rendezvous.
Doing new, innovative and fresh things can really breathe new life into your relationship. Not only will he notice you, but he will also appreciate you for all that you are.
Excitement is always a good thing in a relationship, and so if it's been awhile since either of you have felt butterflies, then perhaps you need a bit of a recharge.
Imagine his reaction when he sees that you tried and you took the excitement factor into your own hands.
Get Dressed Up and Let Him Pick You Up
When is the last time that you went out on an amazing date?
Why not try to create one and really surprise him with something refreshing and new?
Send him an invitation for a date, but be vague. Ask him to meet you at a special bar in town, and then wait for him to arrive.
Get all dolled up and really make yourself up - embrace the hot inner goddess that lies within you!
Have fun with this, and know how over-the-top excited he will be when he sees you. Then play the part of a character, and act like you've never met each other.
Let him pick you up at the bar, and recreate the first time you two met.
This is a fun exercise for any couple and can be particularly interesting and helpful if you feel like he needs to notice you more or appreciate you.
It doesn't take much effort but this hot pick-up date can go a long way in getting him to notice you and hold onto just how special you are!
Be Happy, Have Fun and Feel Good About Yourself
Nobody wants to be with a "Debbie Downer," so don't be that person.
Even if you feel down and out, do your best to try and appreciate what life has to offer. This isn't just good advice for life in general but can really go a long way in helping him to notice you.
When you are down, he feels helpless in supporting you, which can sometimes be a turnoff. There are understandable circumstances but in general, positivity can go a long way.
If you can find a way to stay happy, confident and feel good about yourself, he will notice this.
You will find this mindset to be particularly helpful if you have been in a slump. Focusing on and accentuating the positive can go a long way in helping you to be happy.
He will notice how self-assured you are and how happy you seem. He will want to be a part of that. This is good for your self-esteem and mindset and really helps you to get him to notice you in a positive light.
What's good for you is good for him, and the relationship gets to a better place in the process.
He will notice you for all the right reasons, and that's a happy ending!
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As a final piece of advice, be sure to check out this
short video, which shows how to communicate with men in such a way that he sees you as the one woman who
truly "gets" him.