Great relationship habits to adopt

Posted by Hayden Allen-Vercoe on Sat 30th December 2006 at 06:42 AM, Filed in Tips For Dating

Here are 4 great habits that will do your relationship the world of good. The sooner you start them the happier you will be.

Give each other a little space – Allow your partner 10 – 30 minutes of time to themselves as soon as they walk in the door from work. This helps them relax and acquaint themselves with the surroundings once again. After this time you can nag them to empty the bin!!!

Say those three special words at least once a day – Saying “I love you”  reinforces how you feel to your partner. Even if you are struggling to feel loving at that particular time it’s still nice to hear. An alternative to ‘I love you’ is ‘you look amazing’.

Touchy feely – Touching in a relationship is hugely important as a subconscious way of expressing attraction on an ongoing basis. It’s subtle and can make someone feel wanted and loved. A great sexual and loving ‘touch’ could be a simple through the clothes massage or a hug!

Don’t be stubborn – Most of the fights we have with our loved one are over pathetic things that don’t even matter (only at the time). Even when they are big things we should never walk away holding a grudge. Swallow some pride and look them in the eyes saying that you don’t want a fight and lets go and do something fun instead (like shagging!).

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