WHAT DOES IT TO BE HAPPY IN A RELATIONSHIP? IF YOU’RE WORKING TO IMPROVE YOUR MARRIAGE, THEN WE’LL MENTION THE TEN HABITS OF HAPPY COUPLES.
1. Go to bed at a similar time – remember the start of your relationship. Happy couples resist the temptation to go to bed at completely different times.
2. Cultivate common interests – after the passion calms down, it is common to realize that they have few interests in common. But we should not minimize the importance of the activities they can do together that they both enjoy.
3. Walk by hand or by the side – happy couples walk comfortably by hand or by the side. They know that it is more important to be with your partner than to see the views along the way.
4. Make trust and forgiveness your predetermined way – happy couples by default, trust and forgive rather than distrust and scrimp.
5. Concentrate more on what your partner does well than what he does wrong – it all depends on what you want to look for. Happy couples accentuate the positive.
6. Embrace each other as soon as they are seen after work – couples who greet each other with a hug hold their skin in good contact.
7. 7. Say “I love you” and “have a good day” every morning – this is a great way to buy some patience and tolerance as everyone is exposed day by day to the battle of traffic and other annoyances.
8. Say ”good night” every night – regardless of how you feel, this tells your partner that regardless of the discomfort you still want to be in the relationship.
9. Make a “time” check during the day – call your partner at home or at work to see how your day is going. This is a great way to adjust expectations of what is most in tune when connected after work.
10. Be proud to be seen with your partner – the happy couple is delighted to be together and is often in some kind of affectionate contact.
If there is a key to happiness in love and life and possibly even success, it would be to go into every conversation you have with this commandment to yourself in front and especially in your mind, to listen and to be more interested than interesting, fascinated more that fascinating and adoring more than adorable.