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10 Tips for a Happy and Enduring Relationship

Happy and Healthy Relationships

1) Communicate:

  • Silence will kill a relationship
  • Lack of communication breeds apathy and mistrust
  • Even arguing is a form of communication that shows you are still willing to fight for the relationship

2) Spend time together:

  • Just the two of you
  • Somewhere other than your home
  • No cell phones
  • Focus on each other

3) Put yourself in your partner's shoes:

  • Make a list of what you do each week and ask them to do the same and then exchange
  • Once you see all they do that you may not have been aware of, don't take those things for granted

4) Don't look back:

  • Let the past stay in the past

5) Remember to obey the stop signs:

  • Stop scoring points against each other
  • Stop bringing up old arguments
  • Stop thinking the worst
  • Stop opting out of difficult situations
  • Stop the insults - what you say in a moment of anger will be remembered by your partner in a calm moment

6) Practice Acceptance:

  • A person's general nature will not change after you marry or commit to them
  • Be aware of what they have had to accept to be with you

7) Try to keep your sense of humor:

  • If you can't remember what you are mad about, forget it, and laugh

8) Put each other first:

  • Don't complain about doing something for your partner that you would willingly and happily do for a friend, family member or co-worker

9) Don't sweat the small stuff:

  • Learn what to let go of
  • Focus on the positive

10) Submit to each other's gifts:

  • If you don't need someone else's gifts, why are you in a marriage/committed relationship in the first place? Allow them to complete you.
Quote of the Week

"Love is patient. Love is kind. It does not want what belongs to others. It does not brag. It is not proud. It is not rude. It does not look out for its own interests. It does not easily become angry. It does not keep track of other people's wrongs. Love is not happy with evil. But it is full of joy when the truth is spoken. It always protects. It always trusts. It always hopes. It never gives up."  ~I Corinthians 13:4-7


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