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Love and Dating: How to know your partner is a hopeless romantic

For people, life is nothing but love. Especially when that person is involved in a relationship.

Here is a list of things that’ll help you recognise a  hopeless-romantic when you see one…

1. They are always mushy

It does not take too much to get them smiling and all lovey-dovey. You don’t even need to try hard.  Every little thing is a hit with them.

2. They go all out

There are no half-measures with these people. When they plan something, they always go all out. Handmade gifts, heartfelt letters, extra special dinners, there’s never a limit to their willingness to show you how much they love you.

A couple happily holding hands at the beach play Hopeless romantics go all out with therir expressions of love (Madamenoire)

3. Their romance game is A1

Romance here does not necessarily imply the body-touching meaning that has been generally alluded to it. Sometimes being with hopeless romantics can be like living out a movie dream. Enjoy the bliss of it! Sometimes being with them can be like living out a movie dream.

Enjoy the bliss of it! They give as good as they get, and often times better. They get just as much enjoyment from romancing as they do being romanced.

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4. They just always want to be with you

Whether it’s staying indoor all day, or going out, simply gazing at the stars, or dinner at 5-star hotels, it does not matter so far they are with who they love.

‘Love don’t cost a thing’ best applies to them.

A couple smile happily in each other's embrace play Hopeless romantic just want to be with you all the time. (Madamenoire)

5. They are needy

Hopeless romantics don’t really demand public/extravagant display of affection; what they need is constant display of affection.

This could actually make them come across as needy most times, but it’s just their nature.

6. They have plenty of fantasies they’ll want to live out

Life, to them, is just a big dream. They want to try stuff made in the movies, they want the Harlequin, Mills and Boon definition of romance.

They want Disney romance and happily-ever-afters. Isn’t that just what life is all about?

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