It’s always a tough deal to find the right kind of guy for yourself, and if you do manage to find him then keeping your love relationship strong and long lasting is the next biggest challenge. Even if, you feel that the two of you make a wonderful couple and may not face any relationship problems in life, you never know when the tide may change its course and leave the two of you in the mid sea.
Anyways, we’ve got some things here, which if followed right from the beginning of a relationship, will ensure that nothing goes wrong and the two of you will grow old together.
Cut down on your expectations
Stop expecting too much from your partner, because when you over expect and your partner is unable to come up to your expectations, you will soon find yourself getting into arguments too often. Learn to enjoy and appreciate all the small things you do together or the things you do for each other. Another rule, as far as expectations are concerned, is to be prepared for whatever unexpected comes your way.
You both need your space
In a relationship you need to learn to give your partner some space, so that he doesn’t feel choked with the relationship. Every human being needs his or her own space, and there would be times when you would want to enjoy your own space. Obviously, if you need that space, he too must get his space.
Learn to respect each other
Respecting each other is a fairly important rule for a strong and healthy love relationship. The two of you, must value each other and make all efforts to understand the other person’s perspective. If you want to be respected, then you have to learn to give other people their share of due respect.
Understanding and consideration
Always be open to hear what your partners wants to say, before you interrupt him in the mid of the conversation. When things become tricky, you need to give consideration to the reasons and explanations being offered by your partner. And that is possible only when you build up an understanding relationship. And lastly remember that togetherness is all about sharing, not just a house and finances, but feelings, responsibilities and decisions.