9. It’s also important that you have friends outside the relationship.
Even though you might want to spend as much time as possible with your significant other, it’s still important that you have friends on your own. Spending time with your friends will do wonders for your emotional health.
Just because you’re in a relationship doesn’t mean you’re not allowed to spend time with your friends anymore. After all, these friends will likely be there for you even if your relationship ends.
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10. But do not forget about the importance of physical contact.
According to Kraushaar, physical contact will help you stay connected with each other. So don’t let a day pass without hugging and kissing your significant other. In fact, hugging and holding hands have been linked to boosting your mood by releasing oxytocin, while also reducing stress levels. Plus, it feels great.
And even when you’ve just had an argument and you don’t feel like talking, just put your hand on theirs and show them that you still love them, even though you might not be on good terms.
11. But don’t concentrate just on romance.
While romance and intimacy are very important aspects of a relationship, there are things that should matter more, just like respect, trust and appreciation. While everyone likes to get naughty in the bedroom from time to time, respecting your partner will boost their confidence more than anything.
Make sure to also check: 10 Ways To Feel Attracted to Your Partner All Over Again.