Relationship hacks that work
So you don’t want long winded solutions to your relationship problems? You want hacks. Hacks are ‘quick and dirty ‘ problem fixes. Small gems of information to grab and implement in realtime. That’s what you’ll find here… relationship hacks
The idea is you have a look through these relationship hacks and find at least 3 that make sense to you. Take those and implement them in your own relationships.
- A good laugh shared with your partner every day is vitamins for your relationship
- Work actively to stay close or you’ll drift apart. And that’s hard to fix.
- Most women express their pain with silence. Don’t ignore this signal – she’s hurting so do something about it.
- Break the pattern. Tell your partner about the good things that happened that day when you come home from work. Focus on the positive. Talk about good things. Partners that focus on the good stuff have better relationships.
- When you know you’re wrong, admit it. A small blow to your pride and a big boost for your relationship
- Be graceful when you’re right. Gloating is ugly.
- You’ll never ‘find time’ to do things together. So start doing them now.
- Don’t agree to ‘let it go and move on’ without letting go and moving on.
- When you’re fighting don’t talk about breaking up. You’re not in the right frame of mind for big decisions.
- After sex affection is a great indicator of a strong relationship
- Talk face to face in tough times – not by text or social messaging. It creates distance and you don’t need that.
- Keep your lives in sync – Go to bed and get up at the same time.
- Release feel-good chemicals in your brain and your partners with a good long tight hug.
- Accept there are good and bad times in all relationships, yours is not an exception.
There are no hard and fast rules for repairing relationships or keeping them in good shape. Every situation is different – every relationship has a different story. But you could do a lot worse than grabbing some of these relationship hacks.
Common sense tells you this the right stuff to do. But people forget common sense in the pain of a struggling relationship. Don’t let that be you.
And don’t think you don’t need this stuff if your relationship is in good shape. There’s a lot of common sense here to help you keep it that way.
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