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How To Love More In A Relationship And Hurt Less

How To Love More In A Relationship And Hurt Less

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At times, your partner may cause you grief. But if you learn ways to love more and hurt less, your love life will only get better by the day.You will manage to help your love life get better by the day. When you are in a relationship, try to remember that a couple is about two people being happy together so things shouldn’t be only about one person. It takes two to clap and both of your need to work on your relationship if your want to make that special bond that you two share stronger.

Here are ways to love more and hurt less in a relationship:

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1. Listen, don’t act.

Sometimes, all it takes to love more is to listen and not react negatively. Instead of throwing a tantrum and blaming your girlfriend for screwing up the dinner reservations, just accept that a mistake was made and get over it. Also, instead of hunting down the colleague who backstabbed your husband at work, just listen to what your husband has to say and offer him moral support in whatever he decides to do next. You have to give your spouse the freedom to make their own decisions and fix their own mistakes. Be as understanding as you can be by offering them a shoulder to cry on and two ears to listen. Sometimes, the best thing that you can do is to not do anything at all.

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2. Give up Control

If you try too hard to make your relationship work, you might tend to become too controlling or even too clingy. Try not to be jealous or possessive and try to be less controlling if you want to have a happy and healthy relationship. By being too controlling you will not only be hurting your significant other but, also yourself.

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3. Make room for change.

Do not be afraid of change. As time goes by, we all grow in ways that we never imagined. The discovery of new experiences is a normal part of being human. Never blame your partner for wanting to do something different. Sure, it may be difficult to adjust to a new routine, but sometimes, change may be just what the doctor ordered. At the very least, you can say that you supported your partner’s decision. However, only make positive changes. For example, it is fine if your spouse wants a fresh career start and is thinking about moving to a new city. There is nothing wrong with supporting each other in that sense. However, think twice about giving in to your partner if they want to practice an open relationship and sleep around. Think about whether it is something that you can stomach in the long term, if not, sit your partner down and calmly talk about it.

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4. Do or Say Something Nice Daily

No matter how busy you are, try to say something nice to your significant other every day. Don’t neglect them! Show them that you appreciate them and they will do the same for you. Be affectionate, have patience and show your partner how special they are to you by doing something nice for them every day.

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5. Be mindful.

You have to always be mindful of your partner’s feelings. You may think that after years together you know how your spouse behaves, but always remember that he or she is a separate being with personal thoughts and feelings. They are not a reflection of you. Do not assume that you know what your partner wants just because you have been together for a long time. Your loved one is entitled to his or her own opinions, so please be mindful of the things you say and the decisions you make.

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6. Share More

Try to communicate freely with your partner and don’t hide things from them if you want to increase the intimacy in your relationship. Share your hopes, dreams, faults and even fears with your significant other and allow them to be there for you. Do the same for them and this will result in an open and honest relationship that will make both of you happy. Being in relationship is a learning experience so don’t be afraid to fail because failure can be the best teacher you’ll ever have.

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7. Forgive.

People make mistakes and your partner is no exception. You have to learn to let go of pent up anger and forgive your spouse. Whether it is something silly like not giving him hell for forgetting to pick up eggs on his way home, or something more serious like learning to forgive her for sleeping with her ex, forgiveness is the key to a happy relationship. If you find that you cannot forgive your partner for wronging you, then you have to make the decision to leave because at the end of the day, you will both be unhappy. However, do not let your unhappiness stop you from trying as hard as you can to make things right.

Do you know any other ways to love more and hurt less in a relationship? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section!

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