Glo.co.uk has found that the way to a woman's heart is being cooked for, as most women class this as the ultimate act of kindness. Sadly, men think very differently and believe the ultimate act of love is giving their partner a lift in the car.
We take a look at the other things that make women feel loved, shockingly, none of which include a lift!
Paying her a compliment - Most women enjoy a compliment, but when it comes for your partner it makes you feel sexy, loved, wanted, lusted after and all round amazing!
Doing the dishes - The last thing anyone wants to do while nursing a food baby is clean up after themselves. When a partner does you are almost getting restaurant treatment- bliss.
Offering to do the supermarket shop - It stops you from succumbing to impulse buys, which can only be a good thing!
Buy her a gift - Knowing that your partner thinks of you while you're not together, enough to buy you a gift is one of the best compliments a woman can receive.
Whisk her away for the weekend - Most women like a surprise, but when you come home on a Friday night and think there is nothing planned other than cleaning, only to find out that you are going away- it's a feeling that's hard to beat.
Carry her bags - Proof that chivalry is not dead.
When the sexes are compared, women are more likely to put in twice as much as men, by spoiling them 2-3 times a week.
Jointly, the thing that gives couples the biggest feel good factor is spending time with each other.
Jaci Knowles, Marketing Manager at glo.co.uk said: "Modern life can be very impersonal, with everyone communicating by social media or being busy all the time, it can be difficult to remember to stop and do something nice for our loved ones.
"But sometimes the little acts of kindness for someone we love can really help us connect, and when it comes to matters of the heart it can often be the little things which resonate. Simple things like cooking a meal, or paying a compliment can far outweigh bigger more expensive gifts in terms of how they make people feel."
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