Relationship Advice

10 Things to Do to Enjoy a long-lasting Relationship

Relationships pivot around understandings and bonds. A good relationship is tough to establish, and even tougher to maintain. Today, relationship issues have become more pronounced due to the busy schedule of life, inability to feel your partner’s pulse and lack of understanding. Here are ten things you should do to make your relationship last longer.

Forgive and forget


Grudge finds no place between two close hearts. Eliminate the revengeful attitude and you will enjoy a beautiful relationship. Personal relations come across glitches, but you should have sweeter things to remember.

Adapt yourself


Being adaptive makes you more flexible. A flexible person is more compatible with the partner. No two persons have the same type of characters, after all, relationships are not jigsaw puzzles. You should try to work on your differences and eliminate the rough edges.

Travel together


Travelling together helps you to open up your hearts and express your views about the world. It will add value to your bond and help you to strengthen your relationship.

Develop interests individually


The inherent interests vary from person to person. In these cases, you should not expect your partner to be interested in whatever you like, and vice versa. Try to cultivate the interest to a comfortable extent and leave your partner to focus on his or her pursuits.

Admit your mistakes


Unwillingness to admit to your mistakes strains your relationships. You might have done something wrong in the heat of the moment, or unintentionally. Take the initiative to confess and don’t hide your faults. It helps to grow faith.

Surprise your partner


Occasional gifts, long drives and holiday trips will help your relations to grow. It spices up your lives. Make sure you arrange for surprises now and often.

Fine tune your soft skills


These are the inherent part of individuals that complement good relationships. Patience, trust and empathy help a relationship to flourish.

Respect friends


A relationship does not exist outside a society, so you need to interact with each other’s friends. The more you socialize, trust and compassion grown between the two hearts. You should be respectful to your partner’s friends.

Respect personal space


A stable relationship needs each person to respect the other’s time and space. Make sure you do not intervene into every move made by your partner.

Involve your families


From the beginning, you should be clean and transparent about your relationships. Involve the families, so that chances of family objections are minimized. It will infuse your relationship with longevity.

A good relationship is a gift. Respect your partner and his/her values. These tips will make your relationship stable and long lasting.


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    September 4, 2017

    Love, love this post. There are so much to a relationship that people don’t understand especially in this day of quick divorces. Thanks for posting.

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    Steve Patterson

    September 4, 2017

    Thanks for these tips. Forgiveness is very important.
    So is communication. Thanks for compiling these list.

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    September 4, 2017

    great advice. Thanks for the reminder

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    September 4, 2017

    How about never go to bed mad. What do you think about that?

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    September 5, 2017

    Lve the article, I needed to read this. Shared it on FB too!

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    Stella Nadene

    September 5, 2017

    Great advice! I know so many couples in which the wife absolutely cannot get off the husband’s back about anything! (Granted, they leave the ‘kid work’ to the wife every time a friend shows up.) But better communication instead of constant nagging seems to work better in my experience…lol! Love these tips!

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    September 6, 2017

    Nie post! Thanks for your advice 🙂

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    September 6, 2017

    Really helpful tips we all should pracyice more…thanks for sharing!

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