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How to take steps to improve your love partnership

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7 Simple Ways You Can Become a Better Partner
Romantic relationships are dynamic. They continuously change, reflecting circumstances, stresses, and the everyday ups and downs experienced by both partners. What happens to “me” and to “you” ultimately affects “us.” The healthiest relationships have partners who routinely (if subconsciously) check in with themselves, their partner, and their relationship to see how things are going and to make changes as necessary.

How can you respond to relationship changes? A great starting place is to evaluate your own contributions to your relationship. What are you doing that helps—or hurts—your relationship happiness? How are your actions and beliefs influencing the quality of your and your partner’s everyday interactions?

Scientific evidence supports the idea that each partner is responsible for the health of his or her relationship. To do your part, consider these simple, empirically-based changes as a guide toward a happier and healthier partnership:

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Get more sleep.
Taking care of yourself is a win-win for you and your relationship, and sleep is at the top of the list. Not only can sleep deprivation affect your energy, mental alertness, and mood, but it reduces glucose levels, which adversely affects self-control.
Self-control plays a big role in relationship success: Those with higher self-control are more able to respond in constructive ways to their partners and the more self-control couples have, the higher their relationship quality tends to be.
Take action. Certain behaviours make a difference in relationship happiness. These maintenance behaviours often come naturally, but intentional efforts to engage in them could benefit relationships. Research shows the power of these seven behaviours in particular in predicting relationship satisfaction, liking, love, and commitment:
Positivity. Express happiness and pleasure when spending time together.
Understanding. Listen, forgive, apologize, and refrain from judgment.
Giving assurance. Talk about the future; remind your partner what he/she means to you.
Self-disclosing. Share feelings and encourage your partner to do the same.
Openness. Share what you need or want in the relationship.
Sharing tasks. Equitably share responsibilities (e.g., family, household, relationship).
Involve networks. Spend time with your partner’s friends and family.
Express your gratitude. Feeling grateful is one thing, but telling your partner is another. Do you express your gratitude? It turns out that sharing your feelings of gratitude is linked to positive partner perceptions and a willingness to voice relationship concerns (Lambert & Fincham, 2011), which helps maintain healthy relationships.
Avoid hunger. New plans for physical health and wellness often involve diet changes (eat more veggies, etc.), but do what you can to avoid hunger. New evidence suggests that restrictive dieting can have a negative effect on relationship quality. When you’re hungry, anger and aggression are more likely; in relationships, these “hangry” moments do little to promote relationship well-being.
Focus on humility. Help your relationship by keeping a check on your ego. Not only are humble people evaluated more positively as potential relationship partners, but humility seems to be an important ingredient for relationship success. It may improve relationships through its association with forgiveness, a powerful tool for healthy relationships.
Spend quality time together. Much anecdotal evidence suggests that spending more time together increases relationship satisfaction, but only recently has research scrutinized whether time really does increase satisfaction, or whether perhaps relationship satisfaction increases time spent together. Contrary to widespread belief, long-distance relationships are no different in their relationship quality despite the idea that couples in long-distance relationships spend less time together. The results suggest we might attend more to the quality of the time spent with our partner, rather than the quantity.
Be kind to yourself. To be the best partner you can be, start by being kind to yourself. Scientific evidence is accumulating in support of the idea that self-compassion is a wonderful foundation for a healthy partnership. Self-compassion is a habit of gentleness towards oneself during times of failure, inadequacy, and imperfection. Evidence shows that self-compassion predicts the types of behaviours that translate into healthier relationships, such as offering care and concern for a partner. Working on ourselves can benefit our relationships.

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7 Daily Habits That Build A Strong Romantic Relationship
Physical affection is one of the most essential parts of the passionate relationship. That’s why you should embrace, kiss, and hold each other’s hand. It’s a great design to display your love, care, and support. Don’t delay, and cuddle your loved one each time you want.2. Practice Free And Open Communication.The news is a great way to learn to know each other better, to hold and know each other. It can help to explain all the problems and avoid arguments. That’s why it’s so important to tell, with your loved one a lot.
How to Fix a Relationship That is Falling Apart
The best way to fix a relationship that is falling apart is to stop setting off negative chain reactions while you still can.From this moment onwards, start setting off positive chain reactions, so both of you can breathe a sigh of relief and feel some hope that you can work things out.When both of you start to feel happier and more in love, you can see that the relationship is going to get better and better now, so there’s no reason to break up.That is the most effective, mature way to do it.Gaining control over the chain reactions is what really stops a break up and makes a woman want to stay.So, how does it work?Here’s an example of a negative vs. positive chain reaction…Negative chain reaction:Regular arguments – leads to – you and her feeling angry at each other, resentful and possibly blame the other person for the problem – leads to – you and her feeling more and more disconnected from each other – lead to – You and her feel less and less happy in the relationship.The arguments and the negative chain reactions that flow on from it, eventually become one of the things that leads to a break up.Positive chain reaction:Regular laughter – leads to – You and her feeling happy, relaxed and enjoy each other’s company – leads to – You and her feeling close and connected with each other.The laughter and the positive chain reactions that flow on from it become one of the many things that keeps your relationship happy, in love and together for life.Which of those is more like your current relationship?The fact is, you can choose to continue allowing negative chain reactions to be set off in your relationship, which will cause you and her to remain on the brink of a break up, until it actually happens.Alternatively, you can gain control over your relationship by actively setting off positive chain reaction effects from now on.When you do that, both you and her will immediately start to feel better about each other and the relationship.By the way…What’s important to understand and remember, is that everything you say or do around your girlfriend or wife, either sets off a positive chain reaction effect or a negative one.You are in control of it.You can literally begin to steer the relationship into a more loving, relaxed, happy, close and enjoying relationship starting from today.The more positive chain reaction effects you set off, the happier and more in love both of you will feel.You can start doing it right now and you can get better and better at it over the coming weeks, months, years and decades.As the days, months and years go on, your relationship will feel increasingly amazing for both you and her.Neither of you will ever want to break up with each other because you will feel so good together.No-one else will be able to replace either one of you and be able to set off the high level of positive chain reactions that happen in your relationship.It makes your relationship practically unbreakable.By the way…If you’d like to learn more, then I recommend that you watch or listen to my relationship program, Make Her Love You For Life:…​When you watch or listen to the program, you will learn all of my best techniques and methods for creating and maintaining an easy, enjoyable, attracted, in love relationship with a woman that lasts for life.It’s very easy to do.You can literally create a relationship dynamic that makes both you and her fall more and more in love with each other over time and become increasingly happy together.

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