Being in a relationship can be one of the most challenging things you will ever do in your life. It is hard. It is harder than hard. There is no doubt about it! You will be pushed to limits that you never knew you had. All of your deepest fears, frustrations, insecurities, and worst behavior will come out. Don’t get us wrong though, relationships can also be one of the best things ever. You just have to understand that they are a learning process. If you are not willing to put in the time then you will stagnate, your relationship will crash, and likely it will leave you with a ton of emotional baggage. So take heed to these relationship hacks because you will need them (everybody does).
Remember, every relationship requires work and effort. However, if you get through successfully then you will almost certainly end up being a better person and having gained a lot of wisdom from life. And that is why were compiling this list. Today we are going to go through some of the best and most useful things you can do for your relationship. Get ready because these are 25 awesome relationship hacks to spark the romance!
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Ask yourself the critical question
Whenever things get tense, always ask yourself, “Would I rather be happy, or right?”. It will put some perspective into the situation.
Hold an appreciation shower
At the end of particularly rough days, take 1 minute each to tell your partner what they did that you appreciate and why you are grateful for them. It’s a great way to end the day.
Have a date night
At least one night a week should be reserved for just you and your significant other.
Don't spend the whole day together
This doesn’t mean every day, but make sure to have some time apart. You need alone time and it will build excitement to see your partner again.
Adjust your honey-do requests
When asking your partner if they’ve done something yet, don’t start with “Did you…”. Rather, try to start with “Have you had the chance to…?”. The first way can come across as being overly critical (note: this is actually a really useful life tip).