Just Found ‘The One’? To Make Sure It Works, Follow This Relationship Advice for New Couples

First off, if you are here and reading this – I’m happy that you finally found ‘The One’. I’m assuming that you’re also reading this article because you want to make your relationship work and continue to grow into a wonderful, intimate and deep spiritual union. I understand this and I want to make sure it will work for you so here‘s my relationship advice for new couples.

LISTEN and COMMUNICATE

Communicating effectively with your partner is vital. Understanding your partner better will undoubtedly help resolve any disagreements. We should also not make judgments right away, but instead, LISTEN intuitively and express our viewpoints constructively. Confront the issue positively rather than negatively, and always talk to your partner about it FIRST; not with someone else.

ENCOURAGE

For a relationship to grow deeper, we should encourage and affirm each other daily. Remember that the voice of affirmation that a person longs to hear from most, is from the person they love the most. Whatever energy you’re giving out to your partner will greatly affect their view of their own lives and their life with you.

BE ADVENTUROUS

Do not be afraid to be adventurous in your relationships whether it may be in the bedroom or on date nights. Unleash the passion that you have for each other, think outside the box; it can add excitement to try things you’ve never tried before. Be daring, perhaps plan for a weekend away. Going on in an adventure also doesn’t have to be expensive! You just have to be creative!

GIVE SOME SPACE

If you or your partner moved in together, it is quite a change! You will be spending most of your time together which can be a bit overwhelming. Sometimes, it is best to give them some space for their own projects, which can also create an opportunity to miss each other. This will allow them to clear their head, reflect on your relationship especially after a conflict. As they say, “absence makes the heart grow fonder”.

RESPECT

Respect is important in a relationship. It doesn’t mean that you should agree and just go with what your partner wants or vice versa. It goes deeper than that. Respect is being able to voice your opinions and the other person takes it into consideration. It is how you or your partner act around each other alone at home, and how you treat each other in front of others. Respect is valuing people, and treating them as human beings.

REMOVE TOXIC PEOPLE

Here is my rule of thumb. If other people try to get in the way of a beautiful relationship, then they probably do not have your best interests at heart and should be removed from your lives. Keep a small inner circle of friends who support you and your partner; people who resonate with positive vibes and energy and are always happy to support without judgment.

It can be very exciting to find someone that you feel you can be with for a long time but with most relationships, you both need to make a conscious decision to choose each other every day. Relationships are beautiful and it can be challenging and amazing at the same time. If you are a new couple wanting to grow your relationship to a whole new level, then send me a message. I will be glad to be of assistance.

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