How to Make Your Girlfriend Feel Special: 5 Wonderful Things You Can Do

How to Make Your Girlfriend Feel Special: Say Romantic Words to Her


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If you want to be a good lover, you have to find ways to make your girlfriend feel special about your relationship, and let her know you love her.  How do you  make a woman  feel special, loved, cherished, and  adored?

1. Make Her Feel Special With Words

The way you use your tongue is a barometer of romantic maturity, and your speech reveals whether you love your girlfriend or not. The tongue can encourage the sorrowing, or it can cause emotional pain and spread distrust and induce wrong feelings.

There are two kinds of words—those that are uplifting and bring happiness and life, and there are those which tear down and destroy the spirit.

On average a man says 30,000 words a day. You can either speak wisely, or you can speak foolishly and waste words. When you use words  appropriately , you can make her feel special at all times, or feel terrible about herself.

Girls are creatures of hearing; they like to hear a lot, especially words that signify beauty and dignity, and words that make them feel that they are unlike any other girl in the world.

When you are speaking to your girlfriend, let your speech be with grace; let your words have a certain dignity—not with a tone of sarcasm. Graceful language means you will refrain from using words such as “foolish,” and “stupid,” and “prostitute,”  and “gold digger” when you are having a quarrel—these  words will not make her feel special.

When you say kind words to your girlfriend, it shows you love her, and care about her feelings, and want her to be happy. She will feel elated, excited, and special, and know you treasure her more than any other girl. Kind words can be magical; they give nutrients to the soul, and will help your girlfriend to feel connected, appreciated , and loved.

Things to Say to Make Your Girlfriend Feel Special

Learn how to make her feel special with words—say  kind words  such as “Darling, you are fantastic!” or “You have a delightful sense of color in the way you dress,” or “I love the way you do your hair,” or “You cook the best meals,” or “I just love the way you smile,” or “The way you walk just sets my heart on fire,”  or “I appreciate the incredible amount of time you always spend with me, and the care you have for me. Thank you, sweetheart.” It will water her heart and make her feel good inside.

2. Show Her Genuine Love

Genuine love is not an empty claim. If you say you love your girlfriend—but your actions do not prove it—that kind of love is not genuine love. If your love produces no works, does not show in practical help, then it is mere words. Love is an invisible and intangible feeling; you can’t touch it, but you can show it in action.

One way to show genuine love is to exhibit energy and zeal and fervency for the relationship. Show that you are excited about her and about the relationship; when you are with her, talk with energy and life, not in a boring, dull manner as if you do not treasure the moments you are spending in her presence; when she asks you to do something for her, do it with a great deal of enthusiasm—put  your heart into it, and it will tell her  that her needs and burdens are of concern to you—it will make her feel special and loved.

Another way you show genuine love is by giving her thoughtful gifts from time to time. It does not necessarily have to be something expensive, but something she will cherish, and which will tell her you think she is the best girl in the world.

One day just go to her place, hold her hand, tell her to come with you. Do not tell her where you are going. If she asks you, “Where are we going?”  just tell her “to a special place.” Put her in a taxi, and then drive her to a boutique, and ask her to pick whatever she chooses.

3. Make Efforts to Improve the Relationship

You need to show you are serious about the relationship, and make conscious efforts to always make it better. This requires time, concentration, research, talking often about how you can become closer as romantic partners, assessing whether you are making progress, looking at where you are falling short, and doing your best to correct your mistakes and make yourself a better lover.

  • Regularly, it may be at the end of every week or every month, sit down quietly alone, or lie on your bed and ask yourself, “Am I a good lover? Do I deserve her? Am I impatient? Do we quarrel too often? Do I compliment her enough? Am I doing my best to satisfy her needs?” and other relevant questions. Be honest with yourself because you can never improve if you have a false sense of the efforts you are making. For example, if you know you have not been complimenting her often, admit it to yourself and make a mental note of it, and resolve to compliment her more often.
  • After you have assessed yourself, have an honest discussion with her and let her make you know how you can be a better lover.
  • Compare how you think you have fared with what she expects you to do.
  • Develop strategies to bridge the gap. For example, if she says you are too impatient, learn how you can manage your anger better. If she says you do not spend enough time with her,

It will make her feel wanted, and show her that you are utterly dedicated to making your relationship with her work, that you care so much about her that you are willing to take steps to make changes in your life so that you can make her happy.

4. Give Her Your Time

It is easy to forget this and to take your girlfriend for granted when you are occupied with school, or work and trying to make money, and facing stiff competition in class or in business—but you can never be too understanding of your girlfriend’s concerns and problems.

Make time for her—this shows that you value her and you are prepared to sacrifice other interests just for her. Tell her to talk to you about any challenges she may be having at school or at work. Listen with a sympathetic ear and do your best to offer words of encouragement and motivation.

Girls like talking  a lot. One thing you can do to make her feel special is just to be a good conversationalist—engage her in interesting conversation. Keep the discussion rolling for hours so that it will give you time to remain in her presence. Focus the conversation on her; her dreams, visions for the future, plans for her career, her ideas about family life, parenting and so on.

5. Show That You Are Not Ashamed of  Her

Some guys do not feel comfortable to be seen with their girlfriends; they feel they are doing their girlfriends a favor by being in that relationship with them.

Be different if you want your girlfriend to feel special. Let everybody, including your family and your friends see that she means a lot to you.

When you go to see your male friends with her, tell them how honored you are to have her as your girlfriend.

When you have family gatherings, invite her as a special guest and make her feel part of your family.

When you are walking in public, hold her hands and show visibly that you are happy to be with her by smiling, or showing an excited, content face. It will not be a good advert for your relationship if you are walking with her but have a frowned face; make jokes, laugh, let everybody see that you are happy and proud when you are in her presence.

Go to see your friends without her from time to time. Extol her wonderful qualities , and tell her later how you praised her to your friends. She will understand that you have no inhibitions about letting your friends know about her, and that you are comfortable to with her.


Pleasing a woman requires diligence, patience, and a lot of perseverance. But if you want your girlfriend to feel special so that she will feel happy, then you must do whatever it takes, and hope she will do her part to co-operate.


Learn to be Content

When John D. Rockefeller was a young man, he was a strong and husky farm boy. He later entered business and drove himself like a slave. At the age of 33, he had made his first million dollars. By concentrating every waking moment on his work, by the age of 43,he controlled the largest business in the world. When he was 53, he was the richest man on earth, and the world’s only billionaire. But in exchange for all his wealth, he had lost his own happiness and health. He lost his hair. One writer says that he looked like an Egyptian mummy. His weekly was a million dollars, but his digestion was so bad that at one point he could eat only crackers and milk. It was generally agreed that he could not live another year. Newspaper writers actually had his obituary written and lying in files.

It was during the long nights when Rockefeller could not sleep, that he began to do some serious thinking. He began to acknowledge that he couldn’t take one penny with him into the next world. He made a commitment that he would transform his money into a channel of blessing for others. He began to help worthy causes. He established the Rockefeller Foundation, and contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to hospitals and missions and medical research. It was his contribution that helped rid the southern part of the U.S.A from the scourge known as hookworm. It was he who financed the research that led to the discovery of penicillin, and the cures of malaria and tuberculosis and diphtheria. But not only did Rockefeller’s giving help thousands of others; it worked a miracle in his own life. He began to sleep and eat normally, and to enjoy life in general. When Rockefeller was 53,it appeared that he would never celebrate another birthday. Btu he started to practice one of God’s eternal laws, the law of giving, and he reaped its benefits. Rockefeller lived not only to see his 54th birthday, but he experienced good measure, running over. He lived until he was 98 years old.

Be Kind to the Poor

A young man was selling goods to help pay his way through school. He had only one coin left that day, and he was hungry. He decided he would ask for a meal at the next house. However, he lost nerve when the lady opened the door—and so instead, asked only for a glass of  water. She thought he looked hungry, and so she brought him a large glass of milk. He drank it slowly, and then he said, ‘‘How much do I owe you?’’

‘‘You don’t owe me anything,’’ the woman replied. ‘‘Mother taught us never to accept pay for kindness.’’

The lad said, ‘‘Then I thank you from my heart.’’

The boy’s name was Howard Kelly. As he left that house, he not only felt stronger physically, but His faith in God and His love for people were stronger also.’’

Years later, that woman became critically ill. The local doctors sent her to the big city, where they called in a specialist.

Dr. Howard Kelly was called in for the consultation. When he heard the name of the town from which she came, he immediately went to the room where she lay. Dressed in his doctor’s gown, Kelly went in to see her. He recognized her face, and went back to the consultation room, determined to do his very best to save her life.

From that day, Kelly gave special attention to the case, and the woman recovered and was able to go home. Kelly requested the business office to pass the final bill on to him for approval. He looked at the bill, wrote something on the edge of it—and it was sent to her home.

She feared opening the invoice when it came. She was sure it would take the rest of her life to pay it all. When she opened the envelope, something caught her attention on the side of the bill. She read these words: ‘‘Paid in full—with one glass of  milk.’’ It was signed—‘‘Dr. Howard Kelly.’’

Giving to the poor is a good investment. It pays rich dividends.

God Himself Will Provide

Louisa Stead and her husband and their 4 year-old daughter lived in New York City. One afternoon during the summer of  1890, Louisa packed a picnic lunch, and their little family spent some time along the shore of  long island—playing in the sand, wading in the ocean, and enjoying a few hours of  relaxation and rest. She said to herself, as she watched her husband and little girl playing the sand, ‘‘My cup runneth over.’’ Her thoughts for the moment went back over the chain of events that had brought her to that happy hour.

Louisa was born in England and had come to America in 1871 on a visit with her family. She was deeply moved by a speaker’s call for young people to volunteer for missionary service in China, and she decided to go, but she was rejected on account of  her health. Later she had met Mr. Stead, and they had married. God blessed their union with a sweet girl. She often said, ‘‘What more could one ask in life than a good husband and a lovely little child—and a feeling that one has found his place in God’s plan.’’

But just then, as she was sitting along the shore thinking back over the past, she saw a little boy out in the water beyond the breakers, struggling against the wind and the strong waves—trying to get back to shore. She called to her husband. ‘‘That little boy out there seems to be in trouble’’—and without hesitating at all, Mr. Stead told his wife to look after their daughter—and he plunged into the waves.

Louisa saw her husband reach the lad’s side,  and place his strong arms around the struggling youth—and began to swim back toward the shore. But the boy, instead of  yielding himself to the strength  and skill of the older man—in his fright—kept struggling and pulling wildly. As Louisa looked on in horror, she saw the two of  them go down under the waves. Later they emerged, only to drop out of sight again. She rushed to where their daughter was playing in the sand, picked the little child up, and held her close to her trembling body. She called out over the stormy waves hoping the words would reach her husband: ‘‘Darling, where are you?’’ The only answer was the echo of  her own words.

Later that evening the body of Mr. Stead was recovered. The next few weeks were dark days for that heart-broken mother and her little daughter. She sought comfort from reading the words of  the Bible,and from singing some of  the hymns of  the church. But not only were the months that followed sad and lonely, but coupled with her grief was the added burden of  providing for her little family. This was before the days of social security; there was nothing like a survivor’s pension.

But one afternoon when the pantry was about empty, and there was scarcely anything left to eat, Mrs. Stead and her daughter continued to pray that God would provide for them out of  His bounties. The next morning she found a large basket of  food at the front door, and an envelope with enough money to buy shoes for the little girl. She was so uplifted by that experience that she began to write:

‘‘ ‘Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus,

Just to take Him at His word,

Just to rest upon His promise,

Just to know, ‘‘Thus saith the Lord.’’

Jesus, Jesus, how I trust Him,

How I’ve proved Him o’er and o’er,

Jesus, Jesus, precious Jesus!

Oh for grace to trust Him more!’’

Just as Louisa received special help after the death of  her husband—so we are told also to throw our anxieties on Him, because He cares for us. ‘‘Casting all your care upon Him; for He careth for you’’(1Peter 5v7).

Never Give Up

The 1929 event was a Rose Bowl game, which was perhaps the most exciting college football game that was played throughout the year. The two teams that played on New Year’s day in 1929 were Georgia Tech and California. During the last minutes of of  the second quarter, there was a jarring tackle at midfield. The football spurted up in the air and came down into the arms of a California linebacker by the name of  Roy Regals. He took a firm grip on the ball, reversed his field position, zig-zagged , and headed for daylight. The extreme delight of a football player’s heart is to see daylight between him and the goalpost. And with cheering audience, and all the excitement, Roy did not realize that he was headed in the wrong direction. But just before he crossed the goal line, one of  his own team mates tackled him. A few plays later, Georgia Tech got possession of the ball and good field position , and went on to score and later on , win the game, eight to seven. Roy was very dejected, and very humiliated. He promptly left the field and went into the locker room and hid back of the lockers. The next morning in bold print, the newspapers carried the account of  the great mistake that Roy made.

But there was one sports reporter in the stadium that day who noticed in Roy something that nobody ever noticed. During the second half, he played the most inspiring football of his entire career. His tackles were vicious, and his blocking was firm and crisp. The reporter found his way to Roy after the game and wondered what it was that inspired him to continue playing the best football of  his career. Roy shared it like this:

‘‘At the time of the mistake, I was headed for the lockers and there I sat ,back of the lockers, keeping myself out of view of everyone ,even thinking about taking my own life. And then at halftime when the coach and the rest of  the squad came in for the break, it wasn’t long until Clarence Price, who was the coach of the team, started calling out the starting lineup. When he got to center, he called Roy’s name. And it was at this time   that Roy came out from back of the lockers.

‘‘I-I-I c-c-can’t coach.’’ And then the coach said to him, ‘‘But you are very important part of this football team. We need you. The team needs you. Now you go out there and give the very best you can.’’ Roy said at this time, when he realized that Clarence still believed in him, he had no other choice but to go out and give it the very best he had.

I don’t know how often you may have fumbled the ball, and headed in the wrong direction. Sometimes we spend too much time fretting about our past failures  and neglects and frustrations, and we brood over these errors to the point that it really stifles our enthusiasm for the future.

Jesus Is Coming Soon

I hope you enjoy reading this post. I want to share something with you. Everything happening in the world points to the fact that Jesus is coming soon to judge the world. Are you ready to face God in judgment?

 “It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment” (Hebrews 9v 27). For each one of us it will be Heaven or Hell.

How do you prepare to meet God?

  1. Believe that God loves you and wants to save you.
  2. Acknowledge yourself a sinner and separated from God.
  3. Believe that Jesus Christ is God’s Son and that He is the Only provision for man’s sin.
  4. Personally receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, ask Him to forgive your sins, ask Him to take control and become the Lord of your life.

Do not die in your sins and go to hell. Give your life to Jesus and let Him save you.

Let Jesus Help You to Escape the Coming Judgment

Early on the morning of June 5,1946, fire swept through the twenty-two story Hotel LaSalle in Chicago. Within minutes the main outside exits and stairway exits from the floors above were blocked by flames. Most of the eleven hundred patrons had retired to their rooms. The fire raged for three hours. It was Chicago’s worst hotel tragedy. Over 200 people were injured and 65 lives were lost. Smoke, panic, and intense heat claimed most of the victims. At least ten persons leaped to certain death from windows high above the street. Fire commissioner Michael Corrigan said, ‘‘Many of the deaths were tragically unnecessary.’’ A few moments before the fire occurred, a Chicago merchantman telephoned his wife from the hotel to say he was playing bridge there with friends. His wife said afterwards, ‘‘I asked him when he would be home, and he said he would come home as soon as he finished the hand they were playing.’’ But that was not soon enough. His wife identified his body at a county morgue later that day. One hand of bridge cost this man his life.

How often when one is asked (in the spiritual sense), ‘‘When are you coming home?’’ he answers, ‘‘After I do this, that, or the other thing.’’ And before he is aware of it, death has overtaken him and he is ushered into a lost eternity.

Miss Anita Blair of El Paso, Texas, a blind lecturer, was on the eleventh floor of the LaSalle Hotel at the time of the fire. But she followed her seeing eye dog, Fawn, to safety. Following Fawn into the hallway, she related, ‘‘He made the way through the noise , smoke, and confusion to a window and down eleven floors of an outside fire escape.’’ For all spiritually blind persons, faith is the seeing eye needed to go through all the noise, and smoke.

Jesus promised to come to earth gain to judge sinners. And just as God was true to His Word and caused the flood to sweep away sinners, Jesus is coming again to exact judgment on God’s enemies—people living in sin. Jesus will help you to escape the coming judgment if you believe in Him. Let Jesus deliver you from your prison of sin, misery, and grief. God’s grace is sufficient. Whatever your need, Jesus is adequate. Believe in Him and He will give you peace, hope, and eternal life.

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