We all want a strong relationship that will last a lifetime. But most of us are never really taught how to achieve that. Hi viewers and welcome back to Bestie! Whether you’ve been dating your partner for six months or have been married for six years, maintaining a healthy relationship takes continuous effort. Every relationship is different and yes, none of them are perfect. But there are ways to make your relationship stronger and last longer. In today’s video, we will tell you what they are.
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Intro – 0:00
Ask questions beyond just “How was your day?” – 00:40
Create a weekly ritual to check in with each other – 01:37
Respect each other – 02:13
Express your appreciation – 02:52
Be affectionate – 03:14
Never compare – 03:56
Remember the small things – 04:37
Communicate – 05:08
Let go of the past – 05:44
Know when to apologize – 06:17
Eat a meal together – 06:45
Quality Time, Not Quantity – 07:27
Keep surprising each other – 08:03
Stop Blaming Your Partner for Everything That’s Wrong – 08:37
Pick the right time to argue – 09:29
Ask questions beyond just “How was your day?”: At the end of a long day, we tend to mentally check out of our lives and, consequently, our relationships.
Create a weekly ritual to check in with each other: It can be short or long, but it begins with asking each other what worked and didn't work about the previous week.
Respect Each Other: One of the most important rules to keep a relationship strong is to treat your loved one with respect.
Express your appreciation: Comfort tends to make us overlook our partners' acts of kindness.
Be affectionate: It's so easy to fall into a rut and forget about showing affection towards each other.
Never Compare: Usually, people tend to compare their lives with others. Social media is only adding to the problem, making a lot of people unhappy.
Remember the small things: Another way to strengthen your relationship is to truly listen to what your significant other is saying — and talk about it in the future.
Communicate: Communication is key. It is one of the most important qualities of a healthy relationship.
Let go of the past: A culprit for many potential arguments and the underlying issue for future ones, the past doesn’t always stay there.
Know when to apologize: Sometimes being right isn’t as important as being compassionate.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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