Guys get in here.

I have a question: Does love, emotion, or romance only count if they’re spontaneous, rather than planned?

Guys, is it bad if your girlfriend or boyfriend has to put reminders to help remind him/her to call you or send a text during the day. Intentionality should come from the heart right? So if you have to call me because your alarm reminded you that I exist somewhere, of course, it is no longer romance, right?

Romance, love, genuine feelings should all proceed from the feelings of the moment, not from cool calculation when looking at a calendar–shouldn’t they?

Romance, love, genuine feelings should all proceed from the feelings of the moment, not from a reminder, or a scheduled calendar–shouldn’t they? Click To Tweet

On the flip side, some have argued that planning their romantic gestures, or even relationship obligations like calling, checking up on their loved ones is a means to train themselves into cultivating the habit.

Planning romantic gestures, or even relationship obligations like calling, checking up on their loved ones can be a means to train oneself into cultivating the habit. Click To Tweet

Science has it that it requires a minimum of about 21 days for an old mental image to dissolve and a new one to jell. You know the more we do things, even if it’s by a list or with reminders, the more natural those things become. Wouldn’t you rather have him set a reminder to buy you flowers than rely on being spontaneous and forget?

Let’s hear your position on this in the comment section.

How much love exists in your relationships when you plan out your acts and emotions as to when you are spontaneous about it?

Does love, emotion, or romance only count if they’re spontaneous, rather than planned? Click To Tweet
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