4 RULES NEEDED TO MAKE A NEW RELATIONSHIP WORK

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There is always this huge excitement when we finally start dating someone we are so in love with. The spark is huge when the relationship is new but it’s so easy for the spark to cease as the relationship gets older if we don’t do the right things.

Below are 4 rules needed to make a new relationship work

1. DO THE TALK

It’s important you prove to your partner that you really love him or her when you start a new relationship. Enough of the talk of how much your partner means to you, it’s time to prove your partner means so much to you. You should understand actions are more powerful than words so show your partner you love them through actions and fewer words.

2. DON’T BE TOO NEEDY

Many couples in new relationships make this mistake. Your world shouldn’t end just because you have a new relationship; avoid being too clingy around your partner. While your partner wants your attention, you need to understand that too much attention can be unhealthy and push your partner away.

3. DON’T PRESSURISE YOUR PARTNER

Pressurising their partners to do the things they want them to do is another mistake new couples do. Putting pressure on your new partner to do things you want them to do would crumble your new relationship. You need to learn to be happy to let your new partner do things their own way. In a new relationship, it’s important to think of what you can offer instead of what you can get. You should understand your new partner would put an effort into making you happy if you first put an effort into making your partner happy.

4. MYSTERY IS IMPORTANT

Always being so easily available is another mistake new couples make. In a new relationship, learn not to be around all the time and make your partner miss you and think about you. I understand you just want to be around your new partner always but you also need to understand that not always being around your partner all the time would make your partner miss you and this is really important in your new relationship.

Phil

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