6 WAYS TO REMAIN FRIENDS WITH YOUR PARTNER

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Starting a relationship never seems to be the problem but keeping the fire burning and staying friends with your partner always seems to be the problem.

Below are 6 tips that would help you solve this problem

1. LOYALTY MATTERS:

Friends are loyal and if you wish to remain friends with your partner then you have to learn to be loyal. True friendship is built on loyalty. Your partner needs to know you will always be loyal to them no matter the circumstance.

2. TRANSPARENCY:

Transparency is another attribute true friends share, so if you desire to remain friends with your partner, you have got to be transparent. Transparency shows you have nothing to hide and this builds trust.

3. LEARN HOW TO HAVE FUN WITH YOUR PARTNER:

If you desire to remain friends with your partner then you need to learn how to have fun with your partner. Friends have fun together so you need to encourage this in your relationship so you can be better friends with your partner. Ensure you don’t put away your fun side just because you are in a relationship with your partner; have fun with your partner.

4. BE QUICK TO FORGIVE:

Friends forgive quickly, so if you want to remain friends with your partner, you need to learn to forgive. When you find it difficult to forgive your partner, you kill the friendship you share with your partner.

5. LITTLE THINGS MATTER:

Every friend understands this, so you also need to understand this if you want to remain friends with your partner. You need to know the little things that matter to your partner.

6. LOVE THE THINGS YOUR PARTNER LOVES:

Another lovely way to remain friends with your partner is by showing interest in the things your partner loves. If your partner loves watching movies, watching movies with your partner will ensure you remain friends with your partner. If your partner enjoys sports, watching his favourite team play would ensure you remain friends with your partner.

So hope you are still friends with your partner?

Phil

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