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Personalized Birthday Gifts for Girlfriends: Three Tips to Follow When Getting Presents
By Mary J. Braun
In almost any relationship, small tokens of affection play an important role in maintaining good terms with one’s partner, which is the reason more often than not, people try to do their best to make an effort in getting the perfect, preferably personalized, birthday gifts for girlfriends. It is not always easy, particularly with new couples, and there are times when a person’s choice in gifts can, at best, give off the wrong signals, or at worst, possibly make or break a relationship.
It doesn’t need be scary as it might sound, as there are some simple rules to follow to make sure that you can pick an appropriate present for that special woman in your life, on her very special day.
One of the first things to consider when picking a birthday gift for a girlfriend is one’s current level of intimacy with their partner. This is particularly important for couples who are just starting out, as giving an inappropriate birthday gift might come off as possibly confusing, or potentially – for lack of a better word – creepy. For example, one might want to avoid giving things like expensive jewelry or lingerie to someone whom you have only started dating last month. This is only appropriate and possibly even welcomed, for couples who have been together for years, but now, one might want to stick with simpler gifts. Good examples would be things like t-shirts, books, toys, music, and other similar items.