12 Romantic Reminders for a Happy and Healthy Relationship

Tips for a Healthy Relationship

Life hacks are not only helpful for your home goods, they can become very useful for keeping your relationships happy and healthy. Here are 12 simple tasks you can do every day to make a big difference in the success, bonding and intimacy in your relationships.

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1. Never depend on your partner to make you happy.

It is a mistake to go into a relationship with the idea that it will fulfill your life in some way. The reality is a relationship will never make you happier than you already are. True happiness comes from within.

2. Your partner is not obligated to do chores. 

No matter how many times your partner does the dishes or makes the bed, remember that they’re not doing it out of obligating. Rather, they’re doing it out of love. So remember to thank them for doing the daily chores and don’t forget to do your share of the chores too.

3. Express your appreciation for all that they do. 

Remember to thank you partner for everything they do for you. Whether they did the chores or took you to your favorite restaurant, you should always show that you’re appreciative.

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4. Save some sunshine for a rainy day.

When it comes to you relationship, make as many happy memories as you can. You’re going to need it for when life throws you a curveball. This means that you should tell your partner that you love them whenever they leave for work or right before you fall asleep at night. Display pictures and souvenirs that remind you of happier times. They’ll make life a little easier when life isn’t so happy.

5. Let them be imperfect in an imperfect world. 

As a rule, you shouldn’t try to change your partner too much. You should love them for who they are. But what if there is something they really need to change about themselves? What if not changing is detrimental to their health? That’s when you need to intervene. But before you tell them what they need to change, compliment them for the things they’re doing right.

6. Encourage positive change. 

Telling your partner to be someone else won’t get them any closer to a positive change. Instead, give them the tools they need. Whether it’s books or tools for a new hobby, there’s a right way to influence your partner to be a better or more well-rounded person.

7. Be soft on your partner, but tough on the issue.

If your partner feels attacked, they’re going to get defensive. There is a right way to discuss an issue in your relationship, but you have to do it maturely and without name-calling.

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8. Admit you’re wrong (even if you know/think you’re right).

Do you want to be right, or do you want to be happy? There is little to be gained from winning an argument when you’ve hurt your partner in the process. It doesn’t really matter who’s right and who’s wrong. What matters is that you both got to speak your minds.

9. Be a better listener. 

If you want to make your relationship better, try doing more listening than talking. If you really listen to what your partner has to say instead of just waiting for your turn to talk, you’ll get a better understanding of what they really need and want. Sometimes all they need and want is to be heard.

10. There is no “I” in “we.”

The word “I” is a great way to express your feelings, as it is much less judgmental than using “you,” which only succeeds in putting blame on your partner. However, there is magic in choosing “we” when describing certain aspects of your life, as it influences the brain’s program to feel trust, generosity and collaboration. These are all essential components to creating connectedness with someone you love.

11. Do some preventative maintenance. 

Hope and faith are powerful beliefs. However, the best way to keep your partner from cheating is with a few ounces of preventative maintenance. All relationships benefit from maintaining a positive outlook, even during the bad times. They will flourish by remembering to do one nice thing for your partner each and every day, and please don’t forget to do something nice for yourself too.

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12. Never argue on an empty stomach.

There is substantial evidence that the Enteric Nervous System (ENS), which is your second brain located in your belly, has more influence over your love life than you realize. In fact, the unpleasant feeling of hunger can negatively effect you and your partner’s mood, memory and ability to listen attentively. This means it’s better to argue with a full stomach than an empty one.

A relationship will rarely need saving, as long as you keep busy maintaining it.

12 thoughts on “12 Romantic Reminders for a Happy and Healthy Relationship

  1. charmaine

    I always listen but my opinion doesn’t count my partner only see his side and his point of view my needs my freedom doesn’t matter

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  2. Marc from the UK

    Oh and another thing, be honest! I was told recently by my Doctor I may have a fatal illness and to be prepared! I took it upon myself never to tell my friends or family, It was my problem and I was going to deal with it, I decided I am not afraid of dying, and I was going to take it as it comes, low and behold I had to confide in someone close as I needed someone to look after my dog Sammy and take me to hospital. I was astounded by the fall out from someone close who was devastated I never told them nor was prepared to until my back was against the wall and I needed help, they felt rejected and hurt. I care not about or for me so I found this difficult to accept that I meant something to them. It just goes to show that we really do not know how others feel about us, so take nothing for granted, and share the care.

    I am pleased to say that I am clear of Cancer now, and to this day I have not told my kids or family, was this wrong? In my life I feel not putting them through worry or pain is better than doing so, and shows love in a different way. and any how if I was going to die then better that I remained positive and thankful for my journey and lessons to date.

    I hate putting on people, my happiness is about giving not receiving 🙂

    I love this site, no one knows me!! So I can be open here lol

    Blessings to all and keep looking for the positives they are all around us x

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  3. Marc from the UK

    I think we can all take heed from this article. We have all been guilty of some things, I personally cannot run away from myself, when I have done bad or good, it always comes back to me after the heat of the moment, my motto? Step back a whole day and it will all look different the next day ! So approach things if you can after the heat of the moment and discuss it using the guide above !

    Great article x

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  4. Alexandra

    HELLLO!!! NO. 2… he gets to enjoy the gal friend doing the chores… I think in a committed
    relationship, mate should step up and exchange some of the benefits with a lending
    hand. NO. 3 HELLOOO again, guys notoriously very rarely show or express appreciation
    for what his significant other do for them and feel entitled. NO. 10 REST MY CASE.

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  5. Eric J. Kus

    Mr. Leech, I’ve been reading your advise for years. It’s absolutely the best however, something needs to be said by someone about the effects of someone who cannot say ( or write) thank you or an apology . I’ve gotten ‘bless you’ and ‘ I’m busted ‘but no thank you cards or I’m sorry’s. It hard to have make up sex when there’s no contrition. It’s hard to send gifts when there’s no appreciation.

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  6. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Nice article, Eric….I especially loved tip #4….build those happy memories, for in the end, in your golden years, you will be rich in your life experiences and adventures together….and will have all of them to look back on….together.

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

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  7. Grace

    Hello, I cannot disagree more with some things said here. By admitting that you are wrong when you think you’re right, you are telling yourself: I am a doormat. I deserve to be lied to. I cannot and don’t deserve any better.
    Is that a message?

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