5 relationship tips from ‘perfect’ couples

Truth be told, there’s no such thing as a ‘perfect
couple’. It’s just two people who have chosen to ignore
each other’s shortcomings and believe in growing as a
couple and as individuals.

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Truth be told, there’s no such thing as a ‘perfect
couple’. It’s just two people who have chosen to ignore
each other’s shortcomings and believe in growing as a
couple and as individuals.
Whenever you see them, they look so ‘on point’ and
never seem to be mad at each other at all. But that
doesn’t mean they’ve never had bad days. Rather,
they’ve simply learned how to handle their issues
properly.
Here are five tips you can learn from such seemingly
picture perfect couples according to Lifehacker :
1. Love yourself to love someone else: If you don’t
love who you are, you would never be able to enjoy
your relationship like it’s meant to be, because you
would always consider yourself inferior to your
partner. When you are satisfied with yourself, only
then can you satisfy your partner.
2. Appreciate even the smallest of your partner’s
achievements: This would make them realize how
important they are to you, and would also motivate
them to do something significant in their lives.
3. Take collective responsibility of things that go
wrong: Talking about how different things could
have been is not going to change, and that is why
you should stop playing the blame game. Bear in
mind that, if you don’t own up to the mistake, the
mistake would own you.
4. Be quick in apologizing once you realise that you
have done something wrong: Don’t wait for your
partner to confront you, because being honest about
mistakes is only going to make them put more faith
in you, which is the key for a strong relationship.
5. Lastly, you should always know that relationship is
like riding a bicycle: It’s only when you put in some
efforts that you can ride smooth and go with the
flow later. If you take it easy from the start, the
chances of you falling and the relationship failing
are higher. Don’t hesitate from putting in efforts to
make your relationship work—even if it means
sacrificing, adjusting and trying to make things
work.

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