Understand what to do to take care of your relationship and preserve the harmony between you and your love
When we started dating, the will is that the the relationship lasts forever, it is not? However, over the years, some actions can get boring, especially when they become constant between partners.
In many cases, these attitudes become so common in married life that it is impossible to resolve them. In others, with little dialogue and commitmentthere are great possibilities to untie the knots in the relationship, but it is necessary to identify which points are responsible for this problem and take action to resolve or even avoid them.
So if you want to build a healthy and lasting relationshipcheck below for the main mistakes that destroy the relationship and stay away from them:
absence of dialogue
It is inevitable: the basis of any healthy and lasting relationship is conversation. If the two are willing to listen to each other, it is very likely that they will be able to solve most of their problems, make concessions and reduce a lot of friction.
Plus, everyone likes to feel important and understood in any relationship, because it’s a cure that makes a difference. Therefore, it is very important to work on communication skills, which are very important to express yourself and convey what you hear with delicacy and clarity.
spend some time together
This is an essential and very sensitive point in the life of many couples, especially for those where a partner transmits affection through quality time.
If this isn’t a trait taken seriously, it can cause a lot of noise in lovers, often leaving the relationship to fall into routine.
For this reason, it’s important to invest in romantic dinners, movie nights, and even that common hobby.
In general, love relationships take a lot of effort, but in the end they always pay off, especially when you are accompanied by the love of your life. So don’t forget: even if leading a relationship is difficult, there is always time to improve!
Source: Leandro Cunha, psychologist and president of the Brazilian Federation of Emotional Intelligence.