If you ask, is ‘perfect relationship’ a real concept?
To be honest, no relationship is utterly perfect. There ought to be some flaws.
But, if the two of you ensure to put in the best efforts, during the good and the bad times, your relationship can be nothing short of a perfect relationship.
So, what is a perfect relationship? And, how to have a perfect relationship?
Everyone has different needs in their romantic life. To ensure your relationship is getting the nourishment it needs to grow, you’re going to need to do a big relationship check-up, and identify the relationship values that matter to both of you.
It’s essential to be open with your partner about what you can do to make your relationship happier and healthier in the times to come.
Being proactive means, you have to take action to accomplish your goals. Happy relationships don’t create themselves. Whether you’ve just met the love of your life or you’re looking to perfect the relationship you already have, there are always tips and tricks to make it better.
In this article are discussed the characteristics of healthy relationships that can help you in building healthy relationships for yourself.
So, read on for ten handy tips for a perfect relationship.
1. Make your relationship your top priority
One way to be proactive about creating your perfect relationship is to let your partner know that they are your priority. That means paying more attention to them than you do to your phone! It means leaving work at the front door.
When something is important to you, you do everything you can to make sure it lasts. Similarly, in relationships, when your partner is a priority, you want to make sure you nurture that relationship.
You can make your partner know they’re important in this way by not only what you do, but by how you communicate. You talk civilly with them, you take them into consideration before you make decisions, and you don’t attack their character.
Showing your partner that your relationship is a priority for you helps foster trust and lets them know that they can depend on you. After all, dependability is the primary relationship foundation.
Showing random acts of romance such as thoughtful flowers, leaving notes for your partner, or giving them surprise gifts is a sweet way of letting your partner know that you are thinking about them.
4. Do a relationship check-in
A relationship or “marriage check-in” is when both couples get together once a week to discuss how things are going.
This is a great habit to pick up since it opens communication for both partners to speak honestly about what they love and what they aren’t so crazy about in the relationship. Be sure to approach one another respectfully.
One way to change your relationship for the better this year is to be vocal about your wants and needs. Stop playing games. Your partner isn’t a mind-reader.
If you want more sex, ask for it. If you’re going to start a family, buy a puppy, change careers, or just need a little more of your mate’s time and attention, don’t sit back and hope that they figure it out for themselves.
Say what you mean and mean what you say.
8. Learn to forgive
One way you can be proactive about creating your perfect relationship is to stop expecting perfection from your partner.
Forgiveness is an essential quality in a long-lasting relationship.
Healthy aspects of forgiveness to practice are to never go to bed angry, learn to let go, and don’t throw your partner’s mistakes in their face once you have forgiven them.
Also, you might want to have a look at the following video which talks about ways to avoid common relationship mistakes.
Holding hands, kissing, hugging, and snuggling together is also a huge part of relationship intimacy that makes a couple’s love stronger and heightens feelings of trust. When it comes to sex, be sure you’re choosing quality over quantity.
Communicate with your partner about when you need to climax or what makes sex more meaningful, fun, or comfortable for you.
10. Talk about real things
Sometimes it’s fun just to sit back and relax with your partner, talking about the silly things. But, when was the last time you had a real conversation together?
When the opportunity presents itself, talk about the more profound things in life. Discuss your goals, dreams, your faith, or reminisce about the best times in your relationships.
Ask each other get-to-know-you type questions and see what there still is to learn about your mate.
If you feel disconnected or frustrated about the state of your marriage but want to avoid separation and/or divorce, the marriage.com course meant for married couples is an excellent resource to help you overcome the most challenging aspects of being married.
Sylvia Smith loves to share insights on how couples can revitalize their love lives in and out of the bedroom. As a writer at Marriage.com, she is a big believer in living consciously and encourages couples to adopt this principle in their lives too. Sylvia believes that every couple can transform their relationship into a happier, healthier one by taking purposeful and wholehearted action.