While these two golden nuggets of advice work for some couple: Never go to bed angry, don’t walk out during an argument. Here are other best relationship advice that may work.
1. First things first, choose a good man or woman.
This may be hard to figure out which one is good and which one is bad, I bet you just have to work with your guts and with better judgement.
An old woman sage once told, “The best she can wish for every one in finding a life partner is a man as good, as well as kind and considerate, as her husband.” Bet she found someone she wanted as much.
Choose your companion carefully, and note that a good man or woman does not necessarily mean someone who has the fat bank account at their fingertips, or someone so beautiful and handsome that every species on this planet chase for; but someone who brings the right attitude to the relationship. Right attitude is absolutely essential for a successful and meaningful relationship.
2. Compliment Her or Him Everyday.
Make an effort to acknowledge and appreciate him or her. Affirm her or his value in your life and in love. Tell your partner how much you love him or her and how much he or she mean into your life. As humans, it’s greatly appreciated when this kind of reassurance can be reach within her or his fingirtips. It makes life far more richer and more pleasant and purposeful. One more thing, it works a lot better if you are holding them close when you tell it intimately to your partner. And, never forget to say the three magic words everyday.
3. Never lose the fine art of dating.
Never stop courting. Never get lazy in showing your love to one another. Always set aside a romantic evening on a regular basis to rekindle the magic of a meaningful relationship. It could be anything from a picnic to a dinner reservation, or a movie, just special time for the two of you to remember how and why you first fell in love.
4. Don’t try to change him or her.
Accept your partner exactly as they are. Remember this is a full grown man or woman; it’s not your job to change or fix your partner but to love him or her as he or she is with no expectation of changing him or her the way you want it. Expecting your partner to change will just bring about disappointments. As the saying goes, “Choose what you love, love what you choose”.
5. Be Fully Transparent.
To gain full trust in your relationship, you must be willing to share everything with your partner, especially the things you might not want to share. It takes courage to fully love, to fully open your heart and let them in when you don’t know if they will like what they find. Allowing your partner to love you completely in your darkness as well as your light is the biggest part of that courage. Don’t feel like you need to wear a mask around your partner, and show up perfect all the time. We all know no one is perfect.
6. Have a life.
Have a life outside of your relationship. Connect with friends and family; pursue your own interests and hobbies. When part of your energy is directed to living your own life, you will not be over-focused on your relationship and your partner in a critical or worried manner, plus the other aspects of your life, other than your relationship will not be neglected.
7. Above all else, make God the center of your relationship. When you follow just by this #7 tip, you will always have a joyful and meaningful relationship with your partner.