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Last Updated on February 9, 2021
3. Spend time with other couples
A lot of people who are happy in their marriage usually have and spend time with other married couples. Why do you think this happens? When you hang out with other couples, you’re going to have fun, but the truth is, whenever you’re with other couples, you also tend to realize that they also fight and have their problems. Sometimes you can even notice certain aspects of their behavior that you later comment with your partner and reflect on it. So by analyzing other relationships, you’re improving your own!
4. A simple hug heals everything
Interesting fact: The bonding hormone, which is called oxytocin, is released by having a simple 30-second hug with someone you love. When this hormone is released, you can’t help but feel cozy and loved, which is the point of having physical contact with your partner. Whether it is sexual intimacy or a simple hug. It’s always important to maintain a physical connection with your partner. We all know couples that don’t even hold hands or hug for years, and that’s the saddest thing that can happen in any relationship. Make physicality a habit!
5. New room new life
Did you know that a recent study found that house re-modulation can have a positive impact on any relationship? Especially older couples? If you think about it, when you move in with your partner, getting the house fixed and decorated is an exciting adventure, but years later, the excitement level drops significantly. A new bed, a new kitchen or just new paint for the walls can have a tremendous effect on your married life. Suddenly, something feels brand new, which ends up exciting you and your partner.
6. Show your love
One of the most important things long-lasting marriages do is that each person shows their love for the other person every single, day, hour, and even minute. It’s easy to take things for granted, but it’s also a common fear that after your married, love fades away. Most of the time, it doesn’t, but both people think it did. Why is that? It’s because both people stopped expressing their emotions. Making your partner feel loved and wanted is key to any healthy relationship. You can express your love with words, a spontaneous hug, or by adding candles to the dinner table. Love is one of the easiest feelings out there, you just feel it, and that’s it, so why should it be hard to show it?
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