happy couples

Don't settle with the thought that every relationship eventually has to turn into this un-enjoyable task one day, because
Most couples simply stand by and allow the spark of their relationship to fizzle out in time, partly because they believe there's nothing to be done. But with the right actions and added awareness, both partners can rekindle the romantic fire so that it burns more strongly than even in the beginning.
How to make sure finances don't turn your sweet thing sour.
It takes a daily commitment to keep that relationship flame burning bright.
Finding happiness in a relationship isn't the result of random chance. It isn't likened to winning the lottery. It's the upshot of two individuals that are in sync and exhibit the same eight daily habits that help them become the wildly-happy couples that they are.
Who knew that just a few little words could make all the difference in a relationship?
Healthy couples build their love from robust and solid pillars such as respect, admiration, equality, complicity, transparency and trust.
Happiness in a relationship takes much more than luck.
Small gestures like holding hands or putting your arm around each other increases closeness, which is always a factor in the lives of happy couples. When you hold hands, you're subconsciously reminding yourself that you care about each other.
By the end of my marriage, I dreaded getting into bed with my husband and our twin companions: Despair and Revulsion. I didn't realize just how oppressive bedtime had become until my first night settling into my sheets alone in my new apartment. I suddenly felt decades younger, ecstatically light and free.
I am lucky to be surrounded by loving couples all of whom deserve more acknowledgment. I consider them all superheroes.
Stop thinking your relationship doesn’t measure up! Nine myths and realities,of happy couples.
Having "been there, dated that," I wanted to offer up right here, right now seven quickie empowering tips from the book which helped me break my pattern -- in order to help both men and women break theirs.
Solomon says there is a million-dollar question that all happy couples are willing to ask, over and over: "What's it like
Don't waste time being wistful for who you once were. Instead, stay grateful for who you are to each other today. Being grateful and present sheds the right light on everything and everyone.
With wedding season in full bloom, this post is my gift to those of you who are just starting out. Here's the advice I wish I'd been given as a newlywed, rather than having had to figure it out on my own.