Do's and Don'ts in a Relationship

What is a Relationship?

A relationship is a bond between two people, particularly when romantic or sexual feelings are involved. The way two individuals or groups feel and act against each other constitutes their friendship.


The manner in which two objects are related is referred to as their partnership.

Love is one of the most powerful feelings humans have ever experienced. Many people pursue love's manifestation in an intimate relationship with a compatible partner, but there are many different kinds of love (or partners). Romantic relationships are one of the most meaningful facets of life for these people, and they are a source of profound fulfillment.






What a Woman seeks in a Relationship?


To Know That You Are Loved

Women relax and open up to us when they feel loved. The fights fade away, the sex is plentiful, and their loving feminine spirit pervades our lives. Any disagreement you and your wife have has a subtext of not feeling loved.


Feeling Secure

From a young age, a war is being fought on women's self-esteem, individuality, and protection. Women want a secure environment where they can trust their partners in light of the barrage of disempowering messages directed at them about their sexuality. She needs to put her confidence in your capacity. She needs you to believe you're capable of handling everything she shows you.


Feeling Seeing

Women deserve to be noticed. She needs to know that you are listening to her and that you are mindful of her emotional condition. She doesn't really want you to be swayed by her feelings, but she does want you to see them.


To Get a Sexual Desire

What's the biggest difference between your friendship with your wife and your relationship with someone else? You and your wife have had sex. Women need a sense of sexual appetite. They want you to recognize and respect them as a feminine, sexual entity.


To Be Recognized

Praise and gratitude are the primary responses of the feminine of all humans. Ignoring your wife and taking her for granted is the quickest way to destroy your relationship. The inverse of those aspects is appreciation. “I am aware of what you contribute to my life, and I want you to be confident that I am aware of it as well,” says the appreciative person.




Here is the go to list of Do’s and Don’ts in a Relationship


Do’s


  • Do accept your partner for who he/she is

Opposites attract, and then spend the next 20 years attempting to turn their mate into a carbon copy of themselves. Love your mate for who they are, not what they might become. That doesn't mean you have to agree with anything they say! If your loved one wants to, they will change their behaviour, but it would be challenging. Still we can't change who we are at our heart.


  • Make an effort to communicate every day

Stop what you're doing when you get home and see your loved one. Give them a smile, look them in the eyes, and talk — even if it's just for a second before you return to peeling potatoes or responding to a text. Make it a habit to do so no matter what is going on in your life.


  • Don't forget to enjoy the right stuff

What are the most critical aspects of your relationship? It can be families, both’s passion, and common sense of life and meaning that meant the most to each other.


  • Learn to choose your fights carefully

Some things are going to be worth fighting for. The values you really care for and believe in, but the wisest people know when to struggle and when to just commit to something even though they don't agree with it.



  • Do set reasonable/expectation goals

Consider the questions you pose to them. Is it true or a fantasy of what you want your relationship to be like? Reverse the positions and consider what you should handle or do if they demand as much from you as they do from me. Is it something you're not doing?


  • Do give each other space when you need it

Allow them to have their "Saturday is for the Boys" day without interfering. Allow her to stay out as late as she likes with her girlfriends on Friday. It's important to have a life apart, no matter how much time you spend together.





  • Do make an effort to meet them halfway

It's a 50/50 situation. You don't deserve them if you're allowing them to do more than you're able to share. Even if you're working your tail off to keep this relationship alive, it'll collapse and the right guy would value you and meet you right where you are.



Don’ts in a Relationship


  • Don't blame it all on them if you're upset about what they're doing

If they aren't doing what you want them to, consider why you are doing everything you can on your end to encourage them to want to do so. Are you applying protection to the relationship if you want them to be more spontaneous? Are you developing their morale and allowing if you want them to invest a bit more work into the physical facets of your relationships?


  • Don't throw your happiness in their hands

You can't blame anyone for your happiness; it's all down to you.


  • Don’t adjust them

If there are some areas that they can develop that will make you happier. But, if you're upset with yourself, don't want to change someone into something they aren't. You don't deserve them if you want to adjust them.


  • Don't keep it hidden from them

Be open and straightforward with them, even though it hurts. The truth still finds a way to come out, because if you want to keep it hidden, it will harm the individual even more.




  • Don't let yourself go just because you have them

Even then, head to the gym. Want to eat healthily. Even, look after yourself. Getting them wasn't the difficult part; holding them is. And you must look after yourself, not for them, but because you are entitled to be your best self while you are standing next to them.


  • Don’t take them for granted

Throughout the duration of your engagement, there will be months when family or job claim our undivided attention. During those times, Diane and I appeared to brush each other with just a smile. But we still found our way back to each other, knowing how much we wanted and needed to be connected.


  • Don't forget about important dates

When your anniversary approaches and she tells you that she doesn't care what you do, but she does care about what you do, and she needs you to surprise her. Birthdays and anniversaries. Birthdays are a special day. And if they say it isn't, it's a huge deal to women.


  • Don't dismiss their ambitions

Someone else in the universe still has enough doubts about them; you don't need to add to it. What they need from you is for you to stand by their side and cheer them on, even though you're the only one cheering.


  • Don't be a snitch; look for something

Do not examine their phone or device. You'll come across something you don't like. Also the best relationships have aspects that you would doubt once you discover them. And you'll discover it. It won't make you comfortable, either. Every partnership is built on the foundation of trust. You must believe that they will honor you even though you are not there.


  • Don't ruin their hearts

Don't look for anything more because you already have something and someone nice. Learn to be grateful for what you have. Learn that the most successful partnerships are those in which no party gives up on the other.


  • Don’t go to bed angry

It never ceases to amaze me how a seemingly insignificant event can escalate into a major event! We don't disagree over important issues, but we do get irritated about minor issues. When we're exhausted or starving, these disputes will spiral out of control. Yet Diane and I sit up into the early hours of the morning trying to figure things out. Then we make amends, apologise, and retire to our beds.





Being in a stable relationship can be wonderful, but it can also be exhausting. To keep your relationship secure, it's critical that you obey my safe relationship do's and don'ts.

It's important that you're still open and honest with your partner, that you don't take things personally, and that you don't keep secrets. It's also crucial that you have a sex life that you really enjoy, that you respect and support each other, and that you prioritize humor.










Reference:

6 Healthy Relationship Do's and Don'ts that Can Make or Break Yours (letyourdreamsbegin.com)

The Do's and Don’ts of Great Relationships | Psychology Today

Relationship do’s and don’ts: Lessons from 40 years of marriage | HeraldNet.com

30 Little Dos And Don’ts If You Want A Relationship That Doesn’t End | Thought Catalog

8 Big Relationship Dos and Don'ts | HuffPost Life

7 Things All Women Need In A Relationship (jordangrayconsulting.com)


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