The success of a modern relationship is now widely recognized as being a joint effort, and that means there are universal rules every partner should follow.
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This is real advice for modern couples. Here is the 15 best advice to maintenance a new relationship in modern time, take a look.
1. Respect Your Partner’s Personal Time
It’s sometimes easier for us to demand our own personal time than to grant it to the person we love. Our egos understand the importance of personal space when we need it, but what about when he or she needs it? What if your partner needs alone time at the same time you’re feeling like you need more attention and intimacy? Always do your best to give your partner space when he or she really needs it.
2. Always Make Positive Things Into Competitions
Relationships should motivate both people to be the best versions of themselves they can be — both for themselves and for their partners. Turn life into a game and race. Just remember, there can be no losers.
3. Don’t Cheat
Cheating is a result of laziness. You’re obviously not doing enough within your relationship to keep it exciting. Relationships sometimes have problems, causing people to fall into the arms of others, but if you have a healthy relationship, don’t go looking for new tail. Your woman is definitely just as beautiful as she was when you met her a few months ago. You’re just bored because you’re too lazy to make things exciting.
4. Let Your Partner Know How You Feel
Don’t just tell him or her; show your partner that you love him or her, that you care. Expressing your love requires you having a keen understanding of what affection means to him or her — not to you, but to your partner. This is where most people go wrong. We think that loving our partners the way that we, ourselves, want to be loved is the same as loving them the way they want to be loved.
5. Always Listen First
We talk too much and listen too little, too often. Most of the time, people don’t want to know your opinion; they just want someone to vent to, someone who will share their pain. Just listen, nod your head and tell them how much “that sucks.” If, and only if, they want your advice should you give it to them.
6. Get rid of the ex.
Don’t allow tensions with the ex or a cozy friendship to be to the detriment of your relationship. Ex’s are ex’s for a reason!
7. Avoid or keep the game playing to a minimum
If you start playing games it is likely that the relationship will become distorted due to manipulated outcomes. Either that or your partner will think you’re petty and childish which is hardly an attractive prospect if someone is trying to consider a long-term relationship with you.
8. Make time for the relationship
People have an annoying habit of going from one extreme to the other. As the relationship grows, you tend to increase the time you spend with your partner and if you want it to progress, you will have to let your partner in.
9. Have a life
You’ve met a man. Does that mean you roll over and stop having your own life? Don’t fall into the trap of sacrificing your own life, neglecting friends, family or even work.
10. Try to stick to arrangements
If you said you were going to call, then call. Likewise, don’t do standing up, or rolling up late all of the time as it creates unnecessary tensions and creates insecurity.
11. Save the drama
We have all had bad relationship experiences but don’t carry them like cumbersome luggage with you to every relationship. Treat your new partner as you find them. If you spend most of your time cynical, negative and insecure, there is no point in being in a relationship.
12. Get to know each other, not just your body parts
I’m delighted you’re getting laid but if the relationship is going to survive and grow, you need to be doing more than shagging and actually getting to know each other. Spend time hanging out, talking and building a connection. Remember these all help the sexual chemistry.
13. Acknowledge and confront any red flags or dubious behavior
Don’t be afraid to call him on behavior that you’re not comfortable with as you need to know if he is worth your energy.
14. Put both feet forward
Relationships do not blossom or grow as a result of keeping one or both feet out. You’re either in or you’re out.
15. Remember the little things go a long way
It’s not just big gestures but being complimentary towards each other, the out of the blue email or phone call just to say hi, a note, a thoughtful small present, remembering that special thing that they really like to eat and surprising them with it.
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