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Secrets to make your relationship strong firever

By billzclub • a week ago • 339 views • 129 comments

Let's say you saw a Lovely couple posting happy pictures on social media or holding hands while walking happily on the streets with smiles on their faces and sparkles in their eyes. "And you were like,Boo this could be us...but.."

Why the But? Do you think it's impossible to serve couple/Relationship goals? Do you know that you can have a relationship like the ones you envy?? If you want to know how Keep reading😉

Everyone needs a successful relationship but not everyone is willing to abide by the rules guiding successful relationships. You need to invest time, patience and you have to be committed. Difficult?? The truth is that this rules aren't as difficult as we think. They are easy and you'll enjoy your relationship when you get used to it.

Below are the rules (Do's and Don'ts) that you should obey. If you want a successful, healthy and loving relationship. Let's start with the DON'TS

1. Don't Keep Secrets: Maintain the No secrets policy. Any Information that's harmful to your relationship or Your partner shouldn't be kept from them.

2. Don't take your partner for granted: This happens mostly in long term relationship. You get used to your partner and you feel like they won't leave you because you're already married, engaged or have plans of getting married. You stop surprising your partner with gifts, taking them out on dates or making time for them.

This is totally wrong. The fact that your partner is committed to you or because the relationship is a long term one doesn't mean you should take your partner for granted. You'll eventually loose them to someone else if you continue to do that.

3. Don't Weave your past experiences into your present relationship: Your former relationship was disaster? Don't worry this is a fresh start. Forget about the ugly experiences. It's all in the past, focus on building a healthy and successful relationship better than the former one.

4. Don't get Even: Everyone knows the saying "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth" but no one remembers that an Eye for an eye would make everyone go blind. When your partner hurts you and apologizes, forgive them and move on. Don't try to get even.

5. Don't deny your partner's need for Space:

Allow your partner to have some space. Don't be too clingy, controlling or overprotective. Give them SPACE.

6. Don't Sleep Over an Argument: "I'll sleep over it and I'll be okay tomorrow morning". If you always do this I'll tell you the truth its WRONG. Yes, you'll feel better when you wake up the next day but the issue is still unresolved and it would spring up someday...will you keep sleeping over it?

7. Don't complain about your partner in public: To you, you're trying to correct them but to your partner it's embarrassing. So please don't do that. If you have to correct your partner do it in private when you guys are alone.

Sp, that's all for the Dont's lets move to the Do's... Here are things you should do if you want to have a successful relationship

1. Appreciate the little things:

Gifts,calls,texts,dates e.t.c whatever your partner does for you, always say Thank you. You can also add "I don't know what I'd do without you" That would go along way.😉

2. Forgive them and help them learn

3. Help your partner feel secure

4. Allow yourself to be vulnerable: This is a difficult thing in our present world.No one wants to show that they're vulnerable because they don't want anyone to take advantage of them. That's why the try to act hard and tough not knowing that it's harmful to them and their relationship.

A relationship can only be successful when that toughness and hardness is swept under the carpet. Emotionally connect with your partner and let love lead.

5. Maintain a healthy intimate relationship with your partner.

6. Build Relationships with their friends and family: You won't be doing too much. It just means you accept your partner and everything about them.

7. Tell them you love them: Everyday if you can

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