A strong and healthy relationship can be of the best support in your life. Good relationship improves all aspect of your life, strengthens your health, your mind and your connection with others.
Relationships are investment, the more you put in, the more you get in return. However, if the relationship isn’t working it can be a tremendous drain.
A thriving and healthy relationship is absolutely within your reach if you and your partner are willing to do a bit of work.
The below tips if religiously implemented can put up a spark in your cold relationship.
It takes two to tango…it takes two to be in love…Every relationship is unique and people come together for good a many reason. Some relationship got stuck in peaceful co-existence but without truly relating to one another and working together. It may seem just stable at the surface.
Lack of involvement and communication can be detrimental to your relationship as this will gradually create a gap between partners.
Make Good of Your Words:
Follow through on your promises. Live up to your words. Whenever you promise, ensure you fulfill. Don’t say you will do later or simply forget it. An empty promise systematically destroys trust. Trust is an essential ingredient for a thriving relationship. Don’t make a mess of it.
Admit Your Mistakes:
If you hurt your partner, be it intentional (in the guise of Payback) or not, own up to it. Humble yourself and apologize, sincerely without making excuses or justifications like “I am sorry but you made me angry”.
Honestly, direct communication is an integral part of a successful relationship. When both partners feel comfortable expressing their needs, fear and desire, trust and bond are strengthened.
Anger Is a Waste of Time:
Anger is a relationship killer; it makes you self-absorbed and will prevent you from seeing the good in your partner. If by any means you are annoyed with your partner, you give yourself sometime to calm down and then gently discuss the issues.
Find a Way to Become & Stay Best Friends:
For some reason, this might sound un-romantic but those who live it most say’s it’s the best part of their time together.
Accept That Conflict Happens:
If you expect to be in a long-term relationship, you are bound to have occasional disagreement. Remember that one argument isn’t the end of everything and there is no person on planet earth that you’d agree with all the time.