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From how to deal with jealousy to how to get over a potentially deadly lull, we’ve got 101 relationship tips you can start implementing right now.
Love is grand, but at the end of the day, the only person we can hold accountable for our happiness is ourselves.
As important as it is to spend quality time with your partner, it’s equally necessary that you develop a good sense of who you are without them.
If it’s a toss-up, trade stories about why your days were so awful, and you’ll end up laughing while trying to figure out who wins. Kissing is something that is often set to the side the longer a couple has been together. said or did six months ago and bring it up each time you get mad at him. Even if what you think your significant other is saying is uninteresting, don’t bulldoze over his or her words.
Bringing home a pack of their favorite candy/magazine/book by a favorite author never gets old. Out of blue one day, initiate a high-school style make-out session. Being able to listen to each other—even when the details are mundane—is important.
Let that be your motto when you’re giving your partner advice. Remember all the amazing things that brought you from then to now. One unexpected night, surprise your partner with a home-cooked meal and a nicely-set table. Let him or her know that you notice the little things he or she does by saying “thank you” for routine tasks like walking the dog or picking up groceries.
Come up with a menu, shop, and prepare the food Conversation can become routine.
It’ll reduce the chances they feel personally attacked for no reason. Whether or not it leads to sex, physical affection is important.