What Do You think It Takes, to Have a Successful Relationship?
The most important aspect of a successful relationship must be respect. While being in love is grand it is often subject to a myriad of variables dependent upon a person's personality and history. Communication goes hand in hand with respect. One must be able to appropriately express thoughts and feelings to a lover and be able to sincerely listen and consider the other. Couples who are able to love, trust, and be honest with each other stay together because they sincerely respect one another. One must have a healthy self-esteem to be able to recognize when a relationship is unhealthy.
To build a successful ever lasting relationship, you need not to send flowers daily,
What is required is to understand each others feelings, show concern and support on each others difficulties, complementing on each others accomplishments.
Keep your ego outside the door, spend maximum possible time with each other, communicate how much they are important to you, most importantly don’t feel shy to ask sorry when you do a mistake.
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