Thursday, 19 October 2017

My Guide to Relationships ♥

Well, i thought i'd write a different kind of post today. I will try and stop this from getting out of hand and really long but it's a tricky subject. Relationships. A bit of background, myself and my fiancé have been together for just over 6 years now. In that time, we've created so many memories. But, i want to speak out about them all as it seems the new 'IN' trend is to sugarcoat your life on social media and act as if everything is perfect. It isn't. So here are my tips that i try to live by to make the most of my relationship.


Appreciation
This is something i have always struggled with. I am forever forgetting to say please and thank you, but it's such a simple thing! Speaking nicely to them is a massive thing and it shows respect to them. Also, making sure they know how loved they are is a pretty big thing too.

Space
I am a big believer in personal space. especially when you live together. They are always there but sometimes after a crappy day or just for 30 minutes every so often, you want some time to yourself all alone to collect your thoughts and relax. This is normal and we have always had our own space. 

Being Best Friends
I'm a big believer in that your partner should be your best friend. Moving into my first place with my other half was amazing, it's like having a 24/7 sleepover with your favourite person. If you can't have a laugh or have fun together without it being all about 'couple goals' it won't feel right. 

Laughter
We all have our own preferences when it comes to partners, some like a chiseled body and others like a good cook. Me? A great sense of humour. Thankfully, my other half is ridiculously funny (whether he means to be or not). Laughter can cure a lot of things especially a bad mood.

Don't go to bed angry
This is a cliche but it's so true. You don't know what can happen and going to bed angry won't solve anything, speak about things and resolve them rather than hoping it will all go away or they will apologise. It won't solve anything in the long run and its very lonely.

These are just my experiences and what i have learnt over the last 6 years. 
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