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25 Ways To Be in Happy Relationship
So many people look for answers when they want to learn how to be happy in a relationship. Exactly how can you be happy in a relationship? Romantic relationships are challenging, rewarding, confusing, and exhilarating–sometimes all at the same time. How do couples stay in love, in good times and in bad? Fortunately, the answer isn’t through luck or chance, it is a result of hard work and commitment. According to research, the happiest couples are those who:
1. Cut Poor Relationships Early On
It may sound counterintuitive, but the fact is, you can’t make every relationship work. Most relationships are doomed from the start. You may know it’s not good for you, but you stick around anyway, just in case you’re wrong. Stop being so hopeful (not to mention stupid)! The more time you waste dating the wrong person, the less time you have to meet the right one.
2. Demand Your Own Alone Time
We all need to spend time alone, whether or not we know it. Oftentimes, we ignore this fact and then emotionally retract into our shells or caverns, becoming temporary hermits as a result of an unbalanced lifestyle. Spend time alone regularly and you’ll have a clearer mind to guide you through all those emotions you’re experiencing.
3. Respect Your Partner’s Personal Time
It’s sometimes easier for us to demand our own personal time than to grant it to the person we love. Our egos understand the importance of personal space when we need it, but what about when he or she needs it? What if your partner needs alone time at the same time you’re feeling like you need more attention and intimacy? Always do your best to give your partner space when he or she really needs it. Knowing when is another story…
4. Understand That To Grow Together Requires Simultaneously Growing Separately
People are silly. Most of us feel that if we are single, we shouldn’t actually connect with anyone — because we’re not supposed to; we’re single. That is, until we get lonely. Then we find someone, fall in love and don’t want to leave him or her for a second. We want to spend so much time with this person that we eventually get sick of him or her. Why can’t we learn to balance? Live a life together, but also lead your separate lives. It’s that simple.
5. Promise Exclusivity
I’m sure polygamy or open relationships of sorts may work for some people, but generally speaking, they are a bad idea. People have egos — usually big egos. Sharing makes you feel like you aren’t sufficient, like you aren’t good enough. No one wants to feel that way. If you love someone, you won’t ever be willing to share. We’re very selfish when it comes to love.
6. Don’t Cheat
Cheating is a result of laziness. You’re obviously not doing enough within your relationship to keep it exciting. Relationships sometimes have problems, causing people to fall into the arms of others, but if you have a healthy relationship, don’t go looking for new tail. Your woman is definitely just as beautiful as she was when you met her a few months ago. You’re just bored because you’re too lazy to make things exciting.
7. Love ‘Em Or Leave ‘Em
If you don’t love your partner, you are wasting both your time and his or her time. Plus, the inevitable breakup will just get worse the longer you wait. Cut it off like you rip off a Band-Aid and move on.
8. Let Your Partner Know How You Feel
Don’t just tell him or her; show your partner that you love him or her, that you care. Expressing your love requires you having a keen understanding of what affection means to him or her — not to you, but to your partner. This is where most people go wrong. We think that loving our partners the way that we, ourselves, want to be loved is the same as loving them the way they want to be loved. It most cases, two people perceive love in two different ways.
9. Always Go That Extra Mile
Why? Because your partner deserves it. He or she deserves everything, the whole damn world. If you could give it to him or her, you would. This is the person you love and you wish all the best experiences in the world for. Your partner’s happiness is, in part, your happiness.
10. Always Listen First
We talk too much and listen too little, too often. Most of the time, people don’t want to know your opinion; they just want someone to vent to, someone who will share their pain. Just listen, nod your head and tell them how much “that sucks.” If, and only if, they want your advice should you give it to them.
11. Always Make Positive Things Into Competitions
Relationships should motivate both people to be the best versions of themselves they can be — both for themselves and for their partners. Turn life into a game and race. Just remember, there can be no losers.
12. Never Make Negative Things A Competition
It’s one thing when there’s healthy competition within a relationship, competition that produces positive results for both parties. It’s another when the competition produces negative effects. Healthy competitions don’t produce losers; both people are doing their best and their progress is reward in itself. But when there is a clear loser, that person feels like a loser. No one wants to feel like a loser or feel weaker, uglier, less successful or dumber than their partner, regardless of how much they love him or her.
13. Be Rational And Logical
Use your partner to his or her greatest benefit; your partner is your best friend. This, of course, requires you to distance yourself from your emotions and give an objective, unbiased argument. Easier said than done? Maybe. But whoever told you that relationships are easy was lying to you.
14. Understand Your Emotions Before You Act On Them; Reflect
Never act on impulse or on an emotion in a moment. Emotions are often too intense during the moment you feel them; they amplify the situation beyond its regular bounds. Only make decisions when reflecting on emotions. Reflecting on emotions after the fact is far wiser than acting on them in the moment of experience.
15. Get To Know Your Partner Deeply
This is one phenomenon I have yet been able to concisely put into words. When you know someone deeply, you know that person in the same way he or she knows him or herself. That’s really the only way I can describe it. It’s not that you know all the information and facts there are to know; you know them for whatever exactly it is that makes them, them. Some call it a soul.
16. Always Keep Your Partner In Mind
Your partner isn’t all of you, but he or she is a part of you, an extension. You can’t ignore a part of yourself because you’ll never be happy that way.
17. Don’t Reprimand Yourself For Looking
If you don’t touch, no harm done. We’re only human. We have imaginations and I fear the day we are too afraid to use them. I’ll be having sex with the most exotic and beautiful women till the day I die… if only in my mind.
18. Be Respectful
A person is not a thing. If you love someone, you have to respect and treat that person as a human being. Often times, this does require giving personal space.
19. Never Put Your Partner Down
You shouldn’t push anyone down just to make yourself feel a bit taller, especially not your life partner. You pushing him or her down a mile to get you a few extra feet brings your relationship as a whole (the two of you) to a loss.
20. If You Make Promises, Keep Them
You’re only as good as your word; that counts double in relationships.
21. Live Life, In Part, Through Your Partner
Your happiness should be your happiness. Making your partner happy should bring you happiness. His or her successes should make you just as excited as your own. You guys are in a partnership; you’re a team. When one wins, so does the other.
22. Always Look Your Best
For whatever reason, people like to test out how much their loved ones love them by having them see them at their worst. Believe me when I tell you, they will have plenty of time to see you at your worst — but only if you look your best for as long as possible. The fact is, attributes we find physically attractive add to our level of emotion. Look better and the love will intensify by default due to the arousal.
23. Keep The Sex Hot (I’m Sure You Can Figure Out A Way If You Get Creative)
Sex should never be boring. It may not always be earthshaking, but that should basically be the goal. It’s when we get lazy in the sack, when we just want to finish and get to bed, that the flame burns out. Find a new way to do it. Google it.
24. Be Open With Your Partner
Don’t lie to your partner. Be honest and sincere. He or she should know all the important things about you and your life.
25. …However, All The Non-Important Stuff Can Stay Hush-Hush
Keep the mystery alive. Your lover does not need to know and should not know every little thing there is to know about you. Why? It’s predictable and boring! If we know all the variables then we know all the possible outcomes.
Leave some things to the imagination. Let the minds and imaginations of both you and your partner fill in the missing gaps. This way, you’ll always stay on each other’s minds. Be a puzzle that either of you can’t quite solve.
signs that shows your partner is not happy in your relationship
Regardless of the seriousness of your relationship, the feeling of not knowing what your partner’s thinking is something everyone can all relate to. But let’s face it, it’s mentally exhausting trying to decode every text or dissect every conversation. And then there’s the dilemma of whether you should say something or not? Will doing so start a fight if there really is nothing going on?
Of course, it’s impossible to know exactly what someone else is thinking without them telling you. But luckily, there are a few subtle signs an uninterested partner may exhibit.
INSIDER spoke with three professional dating coaches to understand a bit more what you can look for.
You and your partner are not communicating in the same way.
If you and your partner were serial texters and suddenly there is radio silence on their end, or you’ve always updated your other half via Snapchat and now they’re just going unanswered, something may be up.
“In today’s social media world, I think you can definitely take cues from their online activity,” said Lori Salkin, the senior matchmaker at SawYouAtSinai.com and dating coach. “If your partner was always liking your photos and all of a sudden nothing, or they were always sending you Snapchats and suddenly you’re getting ghosted, you can sense that distancing,” she told INSIDER.
According to Salkin, these could be signs that they are unhappy with something. Of course, it’s not necessarily you. Salkin stresses that when communication between you and your partner goes down, you shouldn’t jump to conclusions too quickly. “If you’re still committed to the relationship, be patient. They could be feeling distant because of a deadline at work, or a family matter, or something personal that’s bothering them. You don’t necessarily know.”
You find yourself making a lot of excuses for them.
“If you’re constantly saying, ‘It’s fine, it’s fine, it’s fine,’ it’s probably not fine,” Salkin said.
“Especially if you’re making excuses for behaviors that are not what you want from your partner anyway, something is probably up.” Salkin said that when the excuse-o-meter hits a high is when you need to look at the bigger picture and really assess if this person actually has an interest in dating you or not.
Your conversations are completely one-sided.
According to online dating coach Joshua Pompey, you should pay attention to if your partner seems disengaged.
“If you’re trying to talk to your boyfriend but he’s on his phone or playing video games the entire time, he may be physically there, but he’s not really present,” Pompey told INSIDER. “That disengaged feeling can be a red flag that something bigger is the problem.”
If you’re having a conversation with someone you’re supposedly in a relationship with, there shouldn’t be any doubt that they want to talk to you, too.
Your intimacy level changes.
“It’s natural for people to have less sex when they’re in a long, serious relationship but if it’s slowing down just as it’s supposed to be picking up, that could mean one partner isn’t as invested in the relationship as they should be,” Pompey explained.
Of course, this isn’t the only reason they might not be interested in sex. It could be caused by a low sex drive or stress outside the relationship. The important thing is to communicate with your partner.
You’ve moved down their list of priorities.
It’s one thing if your partner has to work late every so often, but if you’re beginning to sense that working late is their excuse to avoid being with you, they’re probably not as into the relationship.
“If you’re noticing your partner has stopped making any effort to make plans, or have date nights, or just keep that romantic spark alive, they may be starting to lose interest in the relationship,” Pompey explained.
Salkin agreed, “I’ve had clients come to me confused because their first few dates were so thought out, like a paint night or a cool bar, and then all of a sudden it’s just dinner down the block, and they see that as their partner losing interest,” she said.
But Salkin said to feel out the situation. “Of course, if you’ve been dating a while and you’re both comfortable with each other, dinner down the block might be a good sign, because you’re at the point where you don’t need anything fancy.”
There is no follow up.
If all those hypothetical plans are not coming to fruition, it may be time to have a heart to heart.
“If you and your partner had talked about spending holidays with your family or going to friends and you’re waiting for all the planning to happen and then it’s just not, it could be they’re avoiding the confrontation,” Salkin explained.
They’re super temperamental around you.
“A lot of times if someone is unhappy in a relationship the things that would normally bother them are enhanced by their own personal unhappiness,” Pompey explained. “This could be due to the dissatisfaction in the relationship or underlying resentment, and they it could just be projecting their unhappiness on the other person to no fault of their own.”
If you are noticing major mood changes in your partner, or you two are arguing all the time over silly things, chances are your partner is feeling a certain level of unhappiness in the relationship.
They’re hanging out with friends more than with you
No matter how serious your relationship is, it’s always important for each partner to have their separate friends and life outside of the one they are building with the person they are dating. But, if you feel like your partner is hanging out their friends and showing no interest in making time for you, this could be a problem.
“I’ve noticed that when partner time decreases and friend time increases it usually means someone in the relationship is unhappy about something,” Pompey shared.
They’re canceling plans more often than usual.
Canceling plans on your significant other is not a deal breaker, things happen. But if you notice it happening more often than not, ask them why? “Cancelling dates, lack of communication, and putting everything else before you are signs that things are not fine,” Salkin said.
“This is the time when you need to start thinking if this is the relationship you want to pursue anymore or not.”
They’re placating your feelings.
When you feel like your partner may be unhappy, it’s best to talk it out in a heart to heart. Not only will this make your feelings known to them, but it’ll also give you a chance to really get an idea about their true feelings.
“If after you’ve talked things out and they’re still not changing than they’re not really in this with you,” Pompey explained. “If they’re just doing things because you asked and there is a lot of denial of issues and excuses, you just got a big clue as to their true feelings about the relationship.”
It’s possible to still make the relationship work.
If you’re still interested in making the relationship work and really want to find out if your partner is too, the best thing to do is talk to them — have a heart to heart. “Provide a solution to the issues you feel you’ve been having, but also validate them,” said LA-based dating coach Evan Marc Katz.
“Keep the conversation specific to problems and solutions, otherwise it’s just an attack on the other person and that’s not productive.” But Katz stressed that if the relationship isn’t working, then it isn’t working. “Assume whoever you are dating is exactly the way they are. Do they make you happy? If yes, then stay, if not, then break up,” Katz said.
“I have noticed in this work that people get caught up on thinking they can change their partner to be exactly what they want, that is going against nature and won’t work,” Katz said the best thing to do is worry about how you are feeling and what will make you happy not trying to change the other person.
“You have more control over finding a new partner than you do over trying to change one that isn’t working out.”
So, this weekend I met up with some friends for a night out partying and I was introduced to a longtime friend of a friend. I was told some really nice things about her prior to meeting, and I think the same happened for her, so there might have been a little matchmaking at hand.
I'm usually a little shy with first encounters and it showed before we grabbed food, but once we got back and had some drinks, I become more talkative and conversing a lot. We go out, party together, and my new friend and I remained close the whole time, and we eventually made out.
We get up in the morning and I'm a little less talkative, but the connection is there and I'm really happy we got to know each other a bit (even if some booze was in the equation). We say our goodbyes and after getting home, I have the urge to text her, but nerves/not knowing if she made it home yet b/c she visited from hours away make me hold off.
That evening, she texts me on her way home, we mention how we had lots of fun with each other, and talk for most of her trip, just enjoying each others company.
I'd like for us to continue the friendship but I'm so terrible with timing texts. I don't want to go overboard texting since everyone has lives with work, school, hobbies and its only been a few days since we met. Also, I'm not a huge texter and my best friends know that, but I wouldn't want that to affect this new friendship with it seeming like I'm putting it aside.
My gut is saying it really doesn't matter if I decide to message her tonight for a chill, lighthearted back and forth, but my mind is saying what if it seems clingy since you just met this past weekend. Just want to find a good balance.
Looking for a little input, and thanks if you've got any!
tl;dr I met a cool new friend and made a connection. Want to know if I should text or if it's too soon based on our friendship.
I got dumped. It was rough I was with a guy for 6 months and things were seemingly fine. We got along didn't fight. Then he wasn't into it anymore. There wasn't anything I could say or do to make him be into me. His mind was set and that was it.
So, I did what everyone else would do. Start working out, bring my dog to work out to spark conversation, re-find old hobbies, went through my closets and threw everything away and, of course re-activate my old ok cupid account. Spiff it up a little bit put a new picture or two on to make it seem credible. And the messages, well they didn't pour in but there certainly was a trickle. Then I met a few. For the life of me I don't know why I did that. I've done the ok cupid thing about 4 times now. Every time I have the same complaint. The guy can be cute, he can be nice, he can have every trait I'm supposedly looking for but I met him online. Now, that's not the part that bothers me, it's the fact that before I met them, I had an IDEA of them. And no matter what I could do after meeting them they wouldn't be exactly what I pictured and I couldn't fuse the images. That charming witty texter couldn't really do anything for me after I met him and his voice was closer in timber to a chipmunks.
I'm notorious for making friends with the unfriendable, so that's not the problem. The problem is in my head. I spin people until they are what I want them to be and then they don't live up to my spin. Or they put even more spin on and I can't control it.
So, I needed a new plan and my recently divorced friend. We'll call her "A" convinced me I should try this dating service. So I called, talked to someone online. They had me send in a picture and called me "adorable" a few times. It really does seem millionaire matchmaker-esc. They made me pay a HUGE amount of money upfront for a 1 year membership which I can place on hold for up to 6 months if I do find a guy. I'm buying a dating service because I have no time to go play intramural sports and find the guy. I intend to completely abuse this subreddit as a blog of my experiences and if you have a problem with that I have no problem banning you from it. And I would like to refer to us as lunchittors. I think it has a good ring to it.
I made it past my phone interview and my first date is set up for next Friday.
Love you all, Spacedoc
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