4. Make sure that you don’t have wandering eyes when you’re with your partner.

If you’re out on a date together, stay entirely focused on him. No one wants to be out on a date with a person whose eyes seem to be wandering to other peoples’ faces, phone screens, or reading materials. Give him your undivided attention and the respect that he deserves.

5. Allow that person to offer you some nice gestures or gifts.

It’s common knowledge that a lot of men like to feel needed and important. If he wants to perform a nice gesture for you, just let him. It will help boost his ego and he’ll be happy to know that you are accepting and appreciative of his kindness.

6. Go out on dates in dimly lit settings.

Psychology tells us that dimly lit venues make for more intimate and affectionate settings. Set the mood right by going out on a nice romantic date with him in a restaurant with low and subtle lighting. This dulls the visual senses, but it ends up heightening everything else.

 7. Talk about how you’re trying to become a better person.

By instinct, we tend to hide our flaws from the people we like the most. We want to impress them the best way that we can and so we try to give off an image of perfection. However, it would be much wiser for you to really acknowledge your faults and your intents on changing your ways. Remember that people always like a nice struggle and success story.

Now at the end of the day, there are still never really any guarantees that love is going to come your way from a specific source. You just have to be patient and understanding when it comes to love, and eventually, you’re going to find what you’re looking for.