Discover the golden rules in love to improve and optimize your pleasure, your sexuality, your confidence and the affection within your couple.
Touch your lover to make your romantic relationship last
The sense of touch makes it possible to release endorphins as much in the person who touches as in the person who is touched. This hormone promotes well-being. So get into the habit of taking the other’s hand while walking, touch your cheek and kiss him/her in the morning. Revive the little gestures of touch that you had when you started out, like a kiss on the ear, a hand in the hair, for example. Adding touch to your relationship will build a stronghold of love that will make you more united and stronger in times of adversity. There is also evidence that united couples are more resistant to the urge for infidelity. Follow these expert recommendations to prevent infidelity.
To create this type of bond, start by supporting your partner as often as possible. You are a team. Keep its secrets intact as much as possible, even if your friends at the office tell theirs. Except in an emergency, do not allow anything to interrupt your moments of intimacy with your spouse. People will leave a message or come back later.
Discover in the next pages the best tips and tricks to make your romantic relationship last.
Give small compliments or call your partner spontaneously
Be aware that it often takes several positive remarks to erase a single negative remark. Take the time to compliment your girlfriend on her new shoes or, conversely, make a positive remark on your friend’s new sweater. Take the trouble to call your spouse’s office just for a quick hello and remember to thank often for the help you receive from your spouse and when you do, do it sincerely and look the other in the eye.
Work on yourselves (read: don’t blame your partner for what’s wrong)
It’s easy to put the blame on the other when you feel angry, disappointed, betrayed or stressed. The danger then is to think that it is your spouse who must change to make your relationship work. However, the problem does not always come from the other. Check if you are the toxic person in your relationship.
Trying to get your partner to change puts him on the defensive and makes him see a negative version of yourself. The result? Nobody changes, nobody takes the relationship in hand and everyone is unhappy.
The real solution: change yourself. When you become aware of your own weaknesses and seek to see the best in your companion, the magic happens and optimism takes over. Your partner will feel much better since he or she will feel appreciated and not chastised. Both of you will feel more motivated to change the way you do things to bring more happiness to both of you.
Learn to relax and change your ideas to foster your relationship
The classic advice that all experts give to singles looking for a soul mate? Be the one you want to attract. The same applies in the case of a long-term relationship. If you feel happy or happy, your relationship will be happy too. The better you feel, the better your relationship will be. It will be easier to manage conflicts. Find a relaxing activity that suits you. Whether it’s 15 minutes of morning yoga, a new hobby that helps you let go, or cooking classes, positive emotions can only make you happier and happier and you will have richer moments together.
Be fair and equitable during bickering to solidify your romantic relationship
Conflicts are part of all relationships and are sometimes completely healthy. The important thing is how they are managed. A study conducted in Florida among long-term couples has shown that being able to resolve a conflict situation in pairs is a key factor in the success of 70% of the couples interviewed. With the right tools and the right attitude, arguments can become a path to deeper intimacy, a way of showing yourself and seeing the other person in his true light and of accepting the other in all his vulnerability and wholeness. . Your union can only be solidified.
First, stay away from criticism, confrontation and all hostility. All these attitudes will only fuel the fire. Researchers from the University of California have followed 79 couples for more than a decade and have found that couples who divorce early often argue and often do so on the defensive. Happy couples, on the other hand, avoided verbalizing critical thoughts, kept discussions at a reasonable level, and did not use definitive terms like “never” or “always”.
When a chicane breaks out, try to change the subject, bring a touch of humor, show empathy and show your partner your appreciation for him. Too late? Have a dream, go out for air and come back to the discussion when the two of you have calmed down.