SEVEN [ DO NOTS ] IF YOU WANT A HAPPY RELATIONSHIP

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DO NOT WAIT FOR A SPECIAL OCCASION TO EXPRESS YOUR LOVE
Anytime is the right time to make love to your loved one! Don't wait for their birthday or Valentine’s Day when you can share your feelings for them whenever the mood arises?
DO NOT COMPARE YOURSELF TO OTHER COUPLES
Yes, the grass is always greener and better on the other side of the fence. But what if you stopped comparing and instead took charde of your own relationship? By concentrating on your own priorities rather than the couple that you think has it all, you can really take your relationship to the next level.
DO NOT BELIEVE IN FAIRY TALES
The story of Cinderella and her Prince Charming is nice, but it doesn’t give you the full picture—that Cinderella is a nag and the Prince snores. This might be taking it a bit far, but the truth is that fairy tales aren’t real. Like the flawed human beings that we are, our relationships will never be perfect.

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DO NOT ROLL YOUR EYES WHEN YOUR PARTNER TALKS
Of course there’ll be times when your partner has an opinion you disagree with or tells a bad joke, but that’s no reason to roll your eyes at the drop of a hat. This kind of behavior shows a lack of respect toward your partner, and it also makes you appear intolerant.
DO NOT FIGHT ABOUT CHORES
In many households, chores are an endless source of conflict. Instead of getting bogged down in never-ending arguments about it, opt to hire a housekeeper if you can afford it. Stop worrying about the chores and start taking care of your relationship!
DO NOT KEEP SCORE
If you’re too busy adding up everything in your relationship, you might fail to notice that its days are numbered! To live happily ever after, find a balanced budget that suits both of you and avoid statements like, “I always do the dishes.” Remember: giving is always better than receiving.
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DO NOT TALK ABOUT YOUR RELATIONSHIP ON SOCIAL MEDIA
When you’re happy, you just live in the moment without constantly seeking the consent of others. The time it takes to carefully craft your image of the perfect couple on social media would be better spent on improving your actual relationship.
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