Relationship advice – How to live longer together


Marriage as an institution has been known since the old days. But over time, very few couples decides to live in marriage or living together in a relationship forever.
The eternal question of how and how to stay longer or forever with the same partner, still remains an enigma.
But life itself had taught us a few rules of marital behavior, so we can live together longer in marriage, or in relationship.
For beginning, I’m going to tell you some of the basic rules, and if you like them, it will be my support for next article.Relationship-advice-How-to-live-longer-together.jpgimage by

The first rule of marital living is:

1. Compromise
Relationships are about not only taking, but also giving. If you find yourself not giving very much, or feeling resentful of how much you give and how little you receive back, you may be in an unequal relationship where one side is taking more than they are giving.

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The second rule is:

Relationships live and die not by the sword, but by the amount of discussion. If two people can’t find a way to openly and honestly communicate their needs and feelings to one another, the relationship doesn’t stand much of a chance long-term. Couples must find a way to communicate regularly, openly, and directly. Relationship advice - How to live longer together3

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The third rule is:

3. Needs and wants

Sometimes when we enter into a long-term relationship, we put ourselves second, behind the other person’s needs and desires. We might give up working to have a child, or agree to move to another city to help support our significant other’s career. And that’s fine, but you need to be realistic first with yourself about whether such things really matter to you or not. If they do, you need to find a way to communicate such needs with your partner, and compromise where possible.Relationship advice - How to live longer togetherimage by

This is for the beginning from me, and if you have read this, and if you liked it, I’ll continue.
With love, yours sincerely,
“Dr. Heart”