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7 Simple Ways to improve your Relationship this Valentine’s Day

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True love is the constant work of both partners.

Popular author Mark Manson asked his blog readers for advice on relationships. More than 1,500 people wrote to him about their experience. And using this material, Mark deduced the basic rules of sustainable relationships.

However, first it is worth remembering the reasons why they should not be started at all:

  • Pressure from family or friends.
  • Loneliness.
  • Naive love. When it seems that love is the solution to all problems and the only meaning of life.
  • Self-doubt or complexes. This inevitably leads to unhealthy relationships : we love our partner only as long as they help us feel better. And in such conditions, real intimacy cannot appear.

So in This article we will present to you 7 ways to improve your relationship with your partner and get it back on track!

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1- Plan a day your partner would enjoy

Even if it’s not something you particularly want to do, if you care about them and want to make them happy, spending a whole day doing things they like will boost their happiness.

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2- Do something together

Try doing new things, it can be as simple as cooking, having a walk, and watching a movie. There are couples who can go to the same cafes all their lives, go on vacation to the same place, read the same books. But many people get bored with this over time, so trying new things this valentines day can improve your relationship.

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3- Compliment your partner

Remember how much of a difference it makes to how you feel when your partner is complimentary to you? It will feel good to them too…

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4- Suggest rather than tell

To improve communication between the two of you, it helps to suggest rather than tell. For example, if you would prefer, they do something differently, try: “I suggest we do this…” rather than “I don’t like it when you do…”

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5- Give them a hug

Be spontaneous about it– it’s always good to receive physical affection. Couples that touch each – and not only sexually but regular strokes or touches on the arm for example – tend to be the happiest.

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6- Leave them love notes

Put some notes around the house in places they are most likely to see, telling them what you love about them. Surprises are the best push for a relationship.

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7-Cook their favorite food

Sharing a meal together and taking time to talk – phone-free– can bring you closer. And do remember that if all of this seems very one way, by doing these things you’re likely to elicit more tactile and loving behavior from your partner, so it’s a win-win!

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