Most people are in an unhealthy relationship but they tend to endure being in such are relationship are end up getting hurt. For you to have an healthy relationship with long lasting love, here are some tips for you;
1. Invest in your relationship
– time, energy, attention and love. Any living organism that doesn’t receive the necessary nutrients for its survival will die, as will a relationship that isn’t consistently nurtured.
One way to invest some quality time in your relationship is to answer some marriage compatibility test questions together.
And, just by being on this page, you’re already ticking at least part of this box 🙂
If you don’t even know where to start sorting things out, then answer the questions in my article on problem solving strategies. Also, be sure to know where else you can find the best relationship advice.
2. Be kind, considerate and attentive
– every day. Treat your partner the way you’d like to be treated yourself. You don’t have to be religious to believe that this is just the right thing to do.
If you’re feeling angry with your partner too often, seek help!
3. Show that you love, understand and believe in your partner
without expecting anything back in return. And consciously notice and appreciate it when your partner does the same for you.
4. Compliment your partner on three different things every day
They don’t have to be momentous – the simple things will do just fine. For example: their hair, their clothes, something they said or did, or a positive change in their behaviour.
Can’t think of anything?
Try harder! After all, you’re with your partner for a reason. Remind yourself of all the things you love about them, and look out for opportunities to offer genuine compliments.
5. Acknowledge – out loud – your partner’s strengths and abilities.
Notice what pleases you, what you admire, what they’ve achieved or done particularly well.
And let them know, at least two or three times a week, that you’ve noticed how capable, skilled or successful they are in their chosen pursuits.
6. Thank your partner at the very least once a day.
for something specific they did that day, even if it was a routine act. Gratitude generates positive feelings on both sides.
7. Smile a lot.
Smile when he/she comes in, when they leave for work, when you say goodnight, and when you get up in the morning – even smile when you’re on the phone. You’ll feel better and so will they.
This is the easiest healthy relationship tip to put into practice right away – why not give it a try today 🙂
8. Do your partner a favour by nurturing yourself
as well as your relationship. Be kind and positive towards yourself. Nobody benefits from negativity and self-pity, least of all you!
9. Banish negative people from your life.
You’ll feel tonnes better, and that’ll have a positive knock-on effect on your partner as well.
10. Talk about all the stuff that matters.
A problem shared is a problem halved, but don’t forget to take the time to share your hopes and dreams too.
More than 70% of us view relationship as nasty business, but you know that relationships shouldn’t necessarily be a tablet of depression. Just like everyday activities, there are some rules that when activated would posit positive results in your relationships.
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