Whatever the demographics, when you see a happy couple, you just know it! How do these couples stay in love, in good times and in bad? Fortunately, the answer isn’t through luck or chance. As a result of hard work, commitment and the building of sustainable habits.
These are the warning signs of what could be a dangerous relationship and why we ignore them on first, second and even third dates. Why would you go on a date with someone if you are already involved with someone else? Why would you move in with someone if you didn't really know them well enough?
We all have our own personal habits, both good and bad. Good habits are life enhancing, like exercising, eating well and practicing meditation every morning. But bad habits can be frustrating, irritating and destructive. Follow these good habits that will create good habits of love.
A healthy and fulfilling relationship may be the single most important thing in our lives, but when it becomes unhealthy, it can also do the most damage. A healthy relationship is one of trust, kindness, respect, understanding, and generosity, one that offers support and encouragement.
Who is perfect after all? I am not, and nor are you. Everyone has bad relationship habits which can be very hard to identify and even trickier to break. Here are some great strategies that you can try, to build or rebuild good relationship habits.
A new study reports that the happiness of a marriage is determined by the husband’s health and attitude – not the wife’s. But that's not the whole story.
By Kristyn Pomranz