6 Things to stop doing if you want a happy relationship

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Stop comparing

Being content with yourselves and together as a couple is a great a place to be at. Accepting that you aren’t Beyonce and Jay Z but are you will save you from being pressured and insecure about your relationship.

 

Don’t take everything too seriously

Like anything in life, you’ll experience many highs and lows, it’s all part of the journey. Avoid dwelling in the downfalls you’ve had. There’s more to life than than the negative.

 

Don’t be a nag

Having a partner that’s always on your case can be irritating. As opposed to critisizing your partner, rather point out what you aren’t happy about and try finding possible solutions that’ll be fair for both parties.

 

Avoid lying

The one major thing that breaks relationships is lies. Trusting someone doesn’t come and easily and once it’s broken you can hardly get it back. At times the truth might be uncomfortable but it’s always best, your relationship will thank you for it.

 

Don’t pretend

Finding out that the person you thought was a darling isn’t what he seems can be rather dauting. The amount of effort you invested in that person aand the relationship will seem like a waste. A partner who truly loves you will do so without you trying to be someone else.

 

Give without expectations

When you do something for your partner, it’s because you want to and you’re doing it from the bottom of your heart not because you want something in return. 

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