Humans are social beings and the need for intimacy has pushed us to ask questions, look for ways to better our relationships and have fulfilling lives.
Many popular opinions have been put forward to keep the flame in your relationship but here are ways to kill it.
Once that horrible green monster rears its head, a relationship is bound to take a hit.
Feeling uncomfortable when members of the opposite sex flock around your partner is understandable but allowing that to affect your actions is a definite No No if you want to keep it going.
Let’s face it, your partner is attractive (physically or otherwise) it’s why you are drawn to them.
So as far as you live among people, they will notice that quality and be drawn to it.
Rather than get into a fight about it, Sit back and appreciate your partner.
The cause of many break ups, name calling and breaking of heads is trust or lack thereof.
We’ve all seen trending tweets about trust issues on Twitter, arguments about having access to each other’s phones and what not.
Trust is one of the building blocks of any relationship, if you can’t trust them, you have no business being with them.
Going through one’s partners messages , stalking their social media accounts and disguising when following them around to check if they’re where they said they’d be is just plain stupid.
Not to mention stressful.
Before adding #Couple goals to your pictures together, check if they’re worth trusting.
If something is bothering you, say it.
Upset?, Sit them down and tell them.
Use your words, which one is silent treatment and revenge tactics over imagined and real slights.
If you’re going to play with something, find a toy, don’t play with their feelings.
Let your partner know when something is up, Don’t wait for them to read your mind.
We haven’t evolved that far yet.
It’s great and emotionally rewarding to understand your partner, their thought , processes and needs , but the line between understanding them and using that knowledge to force them into doing what you want is a no no.
It’s something one should never do.
You’re no longer a partner, you’re a puppet master.
if you think they won’t find out, you’re playing yourself.
Don’t use anger, abuse (all kinds), sex or whatever to manage or ” help” them.
Peace and love.