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Habits of happy couples.
Perhaps it's no secret that relationships need to be worked on. However, in order to become a happy couple whose relationships are not "stuck" by everyday life and whose partners do not get tired of each other, it is necessary to "get into" several habits. They will make your relationship stronger and more tender.
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Listen to each other.
A lot of misunderstandings arise from the fact that partners talk too little. The longer you are in a relationship, the more time you devote to discussing everyday issues, solving any economic and financial issues. While there is no time left for conversations for the "soul" at all. As a result, the partners do not know what is happening in each other's lives, what worries, worries. This is a direct path to distance.
Dedicate your free time to each other. No need to try to spend 24 hours together. The ideal option would be to arrange romantic dates for yourself at least once a week. Agree that you "set aside" a certain evening only for yourself and him. Go to the theater, restaurant, for a walk. It is important that at this time you are not distracted by extraneous matters (going for a romantic walk in the park, do not turn "at the same time" to the grocery store).
Start a tradition.
The joint traditions that were "born" in your couple will bring you extremely closer. Come up with some kind of joint business that you will periodically do together. A prerequisite is that the process should bring you both pleasure. Traditions can be both funny and quite "serious": a culinary duel on Sundays, a joint decoration of the Christmas tree for the new year, watching a melodrama on Wednesdays under one blanket for two.
Don't be intrusive.
No matter how much you love your partner, don't try to be around 24 hours a day. Any person needs time to be alone with himself, to think, to indulge in a hobby or to meet friends. Attempts to "get into" personal space, as a rule, are perceived as a restriction of freedom and distrust. Do not torment a loved one if he suddenly decided to "take personal time": don't call incessantly. Such "breakups" are sometimes very necessary for people. If they have become slow and frequent, it makes sense to directly ask your partner why he does not invite you with him. It's likely that it just doesn't occur to him.
Have breakfast and dinner together.
Breakfast is a great opportunity to give a positive charge to your loved one and, by the way, get energy and positive yourself. At breakfast, people share their plans for the day, draw inspiration. Don't miss the opportunity to start your day together with your loved one.
Dinner, on the contrary, will help to relax, "move away" from work problems and the hustle and bustle of the city and "switch" to home, family. Do not turn the meal into a kind of meeting or discussion. Let the conversation be more focused on you, home topics.