When you finally get yourself into a relationship with someone you genuinely care about, it can be quite the rollercoaster.
Couples can argue sometimes while still having respect and compassion for each other.
Moving in with a partner is a big life choice. You go from your own independent spaces to a shared space where you share your lives. Intimacy will rise, privacy will likely reduce.
When you’re in a long term relationship, things can get a bit boring after a while, on the activities front that is. This doesn’t mean that you don’t love or care about your partner anymore, it just means that you need to find ways to reignite the spark again.
When you fall for someone, the time you spend with each other can feel like it passes in a blink of an eye. It’s crucial to dedicate and spend quality time with your partner and what you do with your time together is also something you need to consider.
Your relationship is precious. But it doesn’t mean that it is safe from any problem. When something unexpected occurs, many people find themselves struggling to cope not only with the emotional consequences but also with the management of the crisis.
Well, now you’re there. You’re a married human, and you’re spending every day with the love of your life…
For many couples, it can be a challenge to keep the spark alive, and sometimes, one or both parties can feel a little taken for granted.
By using tech the right way, you can even improve your relationships. Here are six ways how.
E4: Marriage – A failed institution or something every adult should hope for? – Sunday Night Live w/ Matt Sweetwood
Marriage – A failed institution or something every adult should hope for?