Is your girl feeling low? Does she need a serious cheering up to liven her mood? Here's an story on how to cheer up your girlfriend that might come in handy...
When your girlfriend is in a bad mood, you're in the bad mood. That's just the way it is. It pains to see her sulking face, her self-esteem crushed, and a big pout on her face. As a good boyfriend, this poses as a challenge for you.
There could be innumerable reasons why your girlfriend is feeling low and it's your job to cheer her up.What we want to do is de-emphasize that fact and give you some simple, kind of cliché but successful tips to cheer up your girlfriend.
Sing to her
Write a poem on your own, even if it doesn't rhyme.
If you know how to play guitar, drums, or a piano, come up with a melody to your song and sing to her. And if you can't do this face to face, grab your phone and sing your heart out.
Take her shopping
No one can decipher what's the connection between girls and shopping.
Either she purchases a new top, jewelry, or make up, or you get her something nice, her eyes will glow with joy. And even if she doesn't buy anything, just the fact that you were with her will get her spirits high.
Cook her favorite meal
Does she like Mexican, Italian, Indian, or Chinese cuisine? Plan a nice, romantic evening with her.
Set the table with candles and rose petals, and play her favorite songs during dinner. If you're not such a great cook and don't feel like experimenting, grab carry out instead.
Plan a picnic
Plan a picnic in the park or spend the day at the beach. The point with these two ideas is to spend time with her and divert her attention from whatever that is bothering her in the first place.
Plan a party
Grab some chick flick movies, order a pizza, make S'mores, and have a pajama party.
You can either invite your mutual friends or enjoy the party with just the two of you. It doesn't matter what time of the day it is, she'll be excited with this idea.
Take her dancing
A sure shot way to cheer up a girl is to take her dancing.
Girls love to dress up, do makeup, and hit the dance floor. It's alright if you're not into dancing; she'll love your company. Dance the night away and spend time with her. She'll love it that you're trying so hard.
It really doesn't take much to cheer up someone. All you require is a little bit of patience, understanding, and some creative ideas. Take these suggestions as relationship tips for now and the future.