[colored_box color=”blue”] There are many things that make a good relationship last. The biggest one is that it takes two to want something, instead of one. There are so many times, people give up, before the time is due. Relationships are not easy. They mirror everything we feel about ourselves. When you’ve had a bad day, the people around you seem difficult. When you’re not happy with yourself, your relationships seem to be lacking. How do you know when you’ve found a balance? This article will help you build your relationship stronger.[/colored_box]
1. Strive to be a better person, to better your relationship
Everyone has personal needs and wishes upon themselves, whether it’s going to the gym, reading books, going to school or climbing up the corporate ladder. Everyone should be one with themselves and make sure they have taken care of their own situations before handling someone else’s. No one wants to be in a relationship where the significant other is a mess and then trying to juggle a relationship and life problems. Get yourself together before perusing someone else. It just makes everything that more simpler.
2. Be rationale and down to earth
Your mood drives how you react to things. This does not give you the green light to do what ever you want to someone, just because you’re having a bad day. Be level headed when talking or engaging to your partner. Sometimes we all let our emotions get the best of us in an argument, but take a step back and think rationale to certain situations. If the problem is your’s own up to it and apologize if need be.
3. Give people the benefit of the doubt.
It’s tempting to doubt people or assume something that could be the total opposite, but then again you can never be to sure. If you trust your partner then don’t pay any mind to it, unless you have a obvious reason to. Other than that relax, go with the flow and what ever is meant to happen will happen. Believe and trust in the other person. If you don’t, then you probably shouldn’t be together.
4. Focus on being together than finding approval
When you’re in a relationship of course you want to please the your girlfriend/boyfriend. However, desperately trying to get approval, your relationship becomes all about what they do for you. You start to think how often they stroke your ego, how well they bring you up when you feel down, do they care that there is a problem in your life, how well they try to turn your negative feelings. This can be so annoying for another person. The relationship has become a full time job instead of a blossoming romance. If you notice yourself relying on pleasing your partner or getting their approval, realize you’re creating that need. Instead of focusing on what you can get from that person, focus on enjoying yourselves together. Sometimes the best thing you can do for yourself and for the other person is let go and give yourself permission to smile.