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Relationship Hacks

Updated on April 11, 2020
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Gina is a blogger, content writer and counselor who has taken special interest in talking about relationships

In terms of building a strong relationship, one of the best hacks is to go on holiday with the significant other. There is always an easy way to achieve something meaningful, but there are always sacrifices to make and goals to achieve with much less effort.


When you're in a long-term relationship, it's easy to fall into a trap and forget to hold it together. For this reason, couples therapists suggest remembering and implementing what you did at the beginning of the relationship to keep things fresh. A holiday together can change the direction of your relationship and give you an even stronger and happier bond in a surprisingly short time.

It seems obvious, but functioning marriages and relationships are the result of people continually striving for them. It takes a lot for a real relationship to work - but that doesn't mean you should be too afraid to try.


This article gives you a few tips that you and your partner should at least try. These hacks are not a guarantee of success in a relationship, but they are a great way to help you put yourself (and / or your partners) in the best position to succeed.

According to Evolution Counseling, a safe word after a fight can save you from unnecessary trauma, distance and injury. Giphy sure words are common when it comes to everyday conversations and arguments, but it's something every couple needs in good times as well as bad. Fortunately, these hacks facilitate the revival and maintenance of a relationship and increase their likelihood of being something you and your partner need.


With this in mind, you agree to interrupt the conversation so that you can regroup and calm down. It is easy to ruin a relationship by focusing too much on the past and worrying too much about the future. It can be as simple as taking time out or doing something stupid to lighten the mood.

A good relationship is one in which both people feel the happiest person in the world. Holding your arm - in - shoulder and hand - can remind your partner how proud you are of their relationship.

That's why an OG Love Life hack called "Marriage Hack" became a viral sensation, and I toyed with the idea, creating proof of how to bring love, trust, and intimacy into your relationship.

Essentially, emotional re-evaluation (or "marriage hack") means looking at conflicts and disagreements as third parties who want the best for everyone involved, and recognizing the obstacles that each person faces when trying to think from a different perspective. By reformulating the situation so that you understand your partner and how you can solve the problem, you reduce the emotions in that situation. Couple therapy is one of the most effective methods for a healthy, healthy relationship


Eli Finkel, a professor of psychology at Northwestern University, argues that cognitive processing exercises can maintain these qualities in a relationship only once a year.

When you feel unhappy in a relationship, it can be easy to feel that things are coming to an end. Getting help from a therapist can give you strategies to help you rediscover happiness in your relationship. According to the therapist, there are things we can do until we feel happy again in our relationships, such as meditation, yoga, meditation practice and meditation.

If you feel stuck and unhappy in your relationship, you can do something about it. If you still love your partner and want things to work, here are a few hacks to make you happier in a relationship. Do you need to find someone else to have a happy relationship?


Even the best relationships and the happiest partners could always get better in the game of love, so don't be discouraged.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Gina

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    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 

      12 months ago from Chicago

      "A holiday together can change the direction of your relationship .." However it's not always for the best!

      It's not uncommon for some couples to {split up} after being confined together for an extended vacation/holiday together.

      Just recently I read an article here in the U.S. where divorce lawyers are getting more calls during the Corona Virus outbreak where many couples are working at home in an attempt for the nation to practice social distancing. Some couples discovered jobs, children, going out and about (separately) has been the distraction which has held their relationship/marriage together!

      When it's just them alone with each other they realize they're unhappy, argue, and can't wait to get back to their normal grind.

      Couples who've been together 10, 20, 30 years, or more aren't likely to return to the "honeymoon phase" of their relationship while on holiday. They remain the same just in a different location.

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