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Relationship Tips

Relationship tips

DO NOT BE IN A HURRY

A spontaneous relationship may seem romantic, but it yields more when you take it easy. A study showed that the longer couples spend time before getting married; the more likely they are to stay together.

FORGET EXPENSIVE WEDDINGS

Swanky rings and expensive weddings do not always guarantee the happiness and durability of marriage. A study showed that the length of marriage is inversely proportional to the money spent on the wedding in 30% of cases. Stress for debts in a common phenomenon after the wedding usually affects the relationship.

SNUGGLE TOGETHER

Couples who sleep together are happier than those who do not. A study showed that 94% of couples who spend the night in physical contact are satisfied with the relationship. On the contrary, of couples who do not cuddle, only 68% say they are happy.

APPRECIATE EACH OTHER

A study from the University of California showed that the relationships in which both partners appreciate each another's efforts are more successful. This provides an environment of understanding, affection and receptivity in the relationship, because it increases the levels of oxytocin, a hormone that increases confidence and affection.

BE SINCERE

The relationships in which both are sincere with the other about the situation of their relationship are more likely to be enduring.

SMALL GESTURES COUNT

Gestures such as a hug, a kiss, a cup of coffee or an unexpected gift are just as important for a happy relationship as physical intimacy. A study showed that small acts of affection strengthen couples and keep them stress-free.

MARRIAGE IS NOT THE ONLY KEY TO HAPPINESS

Now that there are more couples in the world than ever living together, a study concluded that couples living together have the same advantages as married couples. In fact, expensive weddings are more associated with expensive divorces

REMOTE RELATIONSHIPS WORK

Couples with a distance relationship are more likely to have a deep emotional bond than those who are physically close. With the revolution in digital technology, the use of communication tools such as Skype and FaceTime has increased, allowing couples to be in touch, even if they are hundreds of miles away.

FIND A PARTNER, NOT A SOUL MATE

A showed that thinking about your partner as your soul mate or someone who is predestined to meet you will only result in future disappointments when the other person does not meet your expectations. Instead, think of that person as your partner in the journey of life, which has ups and downs.

HAVING CHILDREN IS NOT A REQUIREMENT

A study showed that childless couples were happier than those with children. Have children only if you think you can devote time to their education and share responsibilities with your partner. It is an option, not a requirement.

BE KIND

A study showed that lasting relationships require two essential elements: kindness and generosity. Small acts of kindness provide confidence in fragile relationships.

SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES!

Taking a walk, exploring new places together or dining in a new restaurant can make you understand each other better.

WORK ON POSITIVE INTERACTIONS

Making a compliment or showing appreciation for what your partner does and reliving memories of the past can cultivate positive interactions that make your relationship stronger.

SHARE THE LAUGHS

According to a study, laughter-sharing couples are more likely to be happy and satisfied with their relationship. The study says that laughing at the same time is a sign that the relationship is going well.

SPEAK AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE

It has been observed that couples who spend five hours (or more) a week being and talking together continue to have a successful relationship.

KEEP IN SHAPE

According to a 10-year survey in Australia, things like not being physically fit can also affect a relationship. Having good mental and physical health contributes to happiness in a relationship.

STOP SENDING MESSAGES

According to research, being constantly connected to technology can lead to a disconnect in relationships. The study showed that using text messages to resolve differences and make decisions can make the quality of the relationship dull.

DRINK AS YOUR PARTNER

A study showed that the divorce rate was close to 50% for couples with only one drink. However, couples are more likely to be happy when they both drink the same or do not drink.

SURROUND YOURSELF WITH HAPPY COUPLES

According to a study, divorce from a close friend or relative also increases the chances of divorce in your partner. Having the company of other happy couples can help you in your own relationship.

BE SEXUALLY ACTIVE

According to a study, couples who are sexually active are more likely to be happy than those whose sex lives are caught in the rut.

DELIMIT YOUR FRIENDSHIPS

A study led by Facebook and Cornell University suggests that couples who have many friends in common are more likely to break, while couples who do not share their circles of friendship are together more time.

SLEEP LIKE A BABY

A University of Arizona study found that deep sleep and a happy relationship are directly related. Couples with stable sleep patterns are more likely to experience high levels of happiness.

SHARE YOUR CHORES

A 2007 Pew Research survey on relationships found that couples who share their domestic responsibilities are more likely to be satisfied with the relationship.

HAVE SIMILAR CONSUMPTION HABITS

A survey conducted by the University Of Michigan Ross School Of Business, based on 1,000 married and single people, showed that couples who have different drinking habits are more likely to have problems with everyday expenses, leading to stress and tension. However, couples who have similar eating habits tend to be happier.
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