True love feels different than casual relationship – even if those relationships lasted for years. When you’re in a good relationship, you learn things. You act differently, you think as part of a team, not as an individual making your way through the world.
You’ll be more understanding and accepting of your partner, instead of just getting frustrated with them like you may have with past relationships.What will you learn?
There Will Be Inevitable Misunderstandings
Misunderstandings are going to happen.For sure. If you take your partner’s words one way, and actually they meant something totally different, don’t get frustrated. Let it go. Bringing it up all the time is only going to bruise the relationship and cause communication problems later.
Sometimes what you say or do will be taken the wrong way, and you’ll get frustrated that your partner doesn’t understand. Take a step back and realize it’s not a big deal. Misunderstandings are made to be swept under the rug because they’re so minor and worthless. They only become problems if you let them grow bigger.
Be laid back and forgive(forget) misunderstandings!
The Trust Issue
You have to trust your partner.Otherwise-your relationship will fail. Why would you share your life with someone you don’t trust?
If you don’t trust your partner being faithful, honest, caring, or anything else, then you’re not in a good relationship. The best relationships begin with a deep trust, and even if problems come up (and they will surely).
The trust have to be strong enough to keep you together!
Make Some Space To Miss Each Other
When you are in love, you want to be together all the time! It’s so fun to cuddle all night and be together all day, but when will you have time to experience different things?
When you go to separate workplaces or schools, you experience things that will give you something to talk about later.
When you go out with your friends and your partner spend some time his friends,you create time and space among yourself and come back to each other refreshed.
You create a chance to miss each other, and it helps you to really understand the value of your relationship. Missing someone is great because getting to see them after that period will make you so happy and so sure of your relationship.
It freshens up the relationship!
Growth And Change
In a good relationship, both partners are encouraged to grow and change. You have one life to live – you should explore it to the fullest!
If you want to quit your job and go back to school, your partner should support you.If you want to try something new or go back to something old, you should find support in your relationship,and, you should give this support in return as well.
Encourage your partner to explore hobbies and interests and to meet new people. If you want your partner to stay the same, you’re going to have a VERY boring life together.
Explore new things! Make it fun to be!
What About Compromise
Compromising doesn’t mean “giving up” or “giving in.” It doesn’t mean that you’ve lost the fight. In fact, it’s the opposite.It shows that you have grown as a person ready to commit.
Do you know how hard it is to compromise sometimes? You want your way because it sounds right and makes sense to you?Take a step back and look at the argument diplomatically.What’s the logical conclusion?
If your partner is right, don’t be afraid to say so. Accept their way, or modify both of your solutions to be half and half. The important thing is not getting your way always- it’s staying in your relationship and helping it grow.
Compromising will definitely help your relationship growth!
Everyone Has Its Weakness
Your partner doesn’t expect you to be a superhero all the time, and hopefully, you don’t expect that of them too! We’re all just humans and for sure we all have flaws in our matrix.
It’s OK to let these things to show. In fact, to have a stable and a serious relationship, you need to let your weaknesses out on the open. Your partner will be more sensitive to things that bothers you and can help build you up in areas where you need some help.Wise versa as well!
It is OK!
Accepting Or Fixing
All of us have some kind of emotional baggage that we carry.You have some, and your partner has some too. Can you go back and erase your past? Nope! You’re stuck with it, and you just have to learn to deal with it.
Some things are easier to get over than others, but the reality is that sometimes, you can’t fix things. You can’t make problems go away. You have to accept them,get over them and move on, or else your relationship will crumble its way down.
Accept and move on!
Whenever you have a fight, don’t worry about who wins or who loses(who is right or who is wrong). Learn from the fight – from what was said as much as from how it was resolved.Observe!
Once you learn from a fight, you can apply that lesson to your relationship to avoid trouble later.That’s all well and good, but you’re not done!
Forgive your partner! And yourself. The fight is over-now let it go! Never hold anything against your partner because the resentment will build so much until you don’t want to be with them.
Let it go!
Don’t expect your partner to read your mind, or to bring you breakfast in bed, or to offer to wash the dishes. It’s not going to happen. You can’t expect anything from anyone – you have to make it known. Communicate. Make sure your partner knows what you expect from the relationship, as well as your opinions on a wide variety of issues.Be honest! This will help them act considerate towards you.
But still – don’t expect anything!
Show Your Emotions
The worst thing you can do in a relationship is to play games.Don’t be a player. Don’t tease your partner,don’t “reward” good deeds with love and affection.
You have to make sure your partner always feels loved. You can be happy with them or be mad at them – it doesn’t matter – they just need to feel loved.Everyone wants to feel loved.
But, make sure you’re showing your feelings in a way that they won’t be misunderstood!
Love and cherish each other and you will touch eternity of LOVE!