A new term in the language of seduction has made its way into the spotlight: Breezing. To 'breeze' means to do things in a relaxed, unpressurised way. Breezing is the art of approaching relationships light-heartedly.
Approaching relationships light-heartedly, without stressor hassle? The stuff of dreams! So why not learn the art of breezing? The term ‘to breeze’ means doing things in a carefree, relaxed manner, nearly to the extent of just not caring. When it comes tolove, we are guilty of sometimes doing the exact opposite: asking a thousand and one questions, never knowing what to reply to texts, using ridiculous techniques to make them want us… But in actual fact, all this stress just makes the relationship more complicated!
Experience love in a stress-free way
Breezing challenges the classic rules of seduction, it is about being yourself and not always aiming to please. In order to adopt this lifestyle, you have to have confidence in yourself and know what you want. If you want to have sex on the first date, you can, if you want to send a text after the first meet-up, you should also feel free. Stopping yourself from declaring your love, or waiting 6 months to say how you really feel is now out of the question. Why wait when you are already sure how you feel?
According to the laws of breezing, life is too short to not go for what you want. This belief encourages us to approach relationships with a cool attitude, and to just admit defeat and move on if it doesn’t work out!
Breezing is also the art of being free. This doesn't mean anything goes, but it's more about making a choice not to repress or stifle others. If he or she cancels a date at the last minute, it’s not a big deal, you don't need to have an existential crisis about it. In the short term, breezing allows us to get to know someone without rushing and making far-fetched plans for the future.
In the long term, a relationship without stress or hassle allows us to strengthen connections and progress in a relationship whilst feeling good about ourselves. Breezing encourages healthy love to exist, with people not forgetting who they truly are: independent and happy, regardless of relationship status. What could be better?