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These main highways in UAE remain closed until Feb. 24

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4 ways on how to improve your lovelife in 2018

by | Lifestyle

Any relationship is something that is not supposed to be stagnant. It should continuously grow and mature as time passes by.

How you were as a couple during your first few months will no longer be the same after 2 years of dating. As you spend time together, a sense of familiarity will emerge. And sometimes, that familiarity breeds contempt.

But even if you are comfortable in your relationship with someone, there can still be some room for improvement, here are some ways that may help you:

1. It is okay to fight… sometimes

There will be times when conflicts and misunderstandings will occur, and that’s fine. That is part of any relationship. Having small fights every once in a while is better than being okay most of the time and when you can no longer take it, you will just explode.

However, don’t cause fights that can be the cause of you two breaking up. If you are having a lover’s quarrel at the moment, talk about it, say sorry, and use it as a way for you to grow more mature as people and as a couple.

2. Talk, talk and… talk

Nice long conversations are the best. You will see how much it can help your relationship if you will talk a lot. Through talking, you’ll be able to solve problems, talk about interests, make each other aware of your dislikes, get to know each other more, etc.

3. Go out!

Go on dates, watch a movie, eat at restaurants, take long walks, drive to new places, travel, etc. Do not stay inside the house all the time because admit it or not, locking yourselves in the house all the time can get boring. Also, if you are both busy with work or other responsibilities, meet halfway: what schedule will work better for your date.

4. Stop comparing yourself to other couples

You don’t have to do what other couples are doing. Just because your sister and her boyfriend will be spending their anniversary overseas doesn’t mean that you have to do the same. If your friends are getting married, you don’t need to feel the pressure of getting married soon too. Let yourself and your partner do your own thing.

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