So you’re in love — or think you’re in love.
Yet, you don’t know if you have a good relationship with your loved one. Being in another person’s life is difficult. It can be messy sometimes and your partner might ignore you because of it. Having a good relationship means dealing with the messy. You learn to deal with your partner’s flaws, their problems and get through fights. We want to help you keep a healthy relationship.
So, here is some advice:
Don’t be afraid to create boundaries.
You don’t need to change yourself for your partner–especially if have different personalities. It is recommended to speak to your partner about where you stand and set boundaries to make sure your partner respects your separate lives and the life you have together.
It’s always hard to gain someone’s trust. Hopefully, you and your partner already have that in your relationship. Always keep it real, and be truthful. Also, keep in mind that everyone has some sort of baggage. You might have some trust issues. That’s okay, but it’s best to talk it out with your partner. With trust comes understanding.
Sometimes your loved one wants to do things you may not like, but you stick through it. Why? You want to be supportive. It shows that you care and love the person so much that you will endure their flaws, hobbies and likes—even if you don’t like it.
It all comes down to loyalty. If you want your relationship to last forever, the biggest attribute is always being faithful to each other. Each couple is totally different, but those who last longer has tried to catch each other when one falls.
I mean didn’t your partner fall for you? It might be the reason why you hold them so tight.