How to Stay in Relationship Happily without any problems ?

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  1. techniche profile image63
    technicheposted 6 years ago

    How to Stay in Relationship Happily without any problems ?

  2. tonymead60 profile image89
    tonymead60posted 6 years ago

    I've been married for 42 years, I would say, always remember to compliment small achievements, bit your tongue, keep a sense of humour, and remember your partner has feelings too.

  3. msorensson profile image68
    msorenssonposted 6 years ago

    By definition, a relationship involves two people who entered into an agreement with each other, explicitly.

    It is the characteristic of humans to be bored. The mind seeks to be entertained. If a "perfect" partner exists, that too is a concept.

    The challenges or problems even within such relationships where both people love each other very much are an inherent part of  being in it.

    Happiness, without any problems, in any relationship is temporary. It is the continued commitment of each other to stay together that is important, for it gives three things: peace, emotional security and fearlessness.  It is possible..when both love each other unconditionally,  the implicit assumption being "You are free to leave, at will. I love you anyway and wish you to be happy."

    Only when one can say that beyond the shadow of any doubt can happiness be possible for long periods of time.

  4. bharath.adupa profile image67
    bharath.adupaposted 6 years ago

    Learn to compromise at times... Don't get in to unnecessary arguments, learn to would land up in never ending relation.

  5. yssubramanyam profile image60
    yssubramanyamposted 6 years ago

    trust each other, be honest and be responsible for your commitments, as well be committed. understand  and adjust each other.

  6. Bretsuki profile image74
    Bretsukiposted 6 years ago

    Commit daily to the relationship.

    No relationship is ever perfectly happy and without problems. So for me. I commit everyday to my wife. You don't need to do this publicly, just remind yourself why you want this person to be in your life and promise to try and make them  happy to be around you.

    When bad things happen in the relationship, don't blame or even suggest that you are blaming someone. Work through the problem, don't ignore it but also don't over analyse the problem. Do little things that your partner will enjoy. From remembering an important date to cleaning the bathroom. Do something.

  7. profile image0
    Starmom41posted 6 years ago

    The reason I can't give an answer to this question is because it depends on what you consider a 'relationship.' 
    No offense, but the word is overused and misused these days. 
    And there's a huge difference between a couple who has said and meant marriage vows, two people who want nothing past living together, or teens with puppy-crushes--  yet they're all considered to be 'relationships.'

  8. padmendra profile image45
    padmendraposted 6 years ago

    Everyone of us is aware of the fact  that for a long and lasting relationship one has to be trustworthy, committed and sincere towards it.  But in today's life we do not get too much time to spend with our loves ones and that's the only reason we are sometime unhappy despite doing our best to our relationships. . If we do not devote the time and effort to make our relationship problem free, we might deeply regret it one day for losing the opportunity. Giving quality time to your family would make you not only happy but the relationship will  go a long way    without any problems.

  9. graceomalley profile image85
    graceomalleyposted 6 years ago

    I've been married for 21 years, so my relationship is a legal adult smile

    I think being happy yourself as a person is very important. A centered person, who has learned to negociate life's ups and downs is the easiest person to have a good relationship with. Though it sounds contradictory, the more an individual can be content with themselves, the better they can bond with another person.

  10. Laci Ledbetter profile image38
    Laci Ledbetterposted 6 years ago

    It's not possible.  Just get a pet..  : )

  11. uNicQue profile image78
    uNicQueposted 6 years ago

    I doubt that there exists a relationship without problems, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. Life is not without problems, and it is a gift to find someone that you can tackle those problems with. I think that problems will arise, and all one can do is be patient with his/her significant other, really listen, express feelings truthfully, and almost anything can be worked out. Patience is very important, and compromise even more so. It may not always be happy, but it'll be a strong and rewarding relationship.


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