The best relationship advice that no one tells you.

The best feeling in the world is that you actually mean something to someone. The moment you find the courage to give up your life for someone would be the moment you understand love.

Being in a relationship can be daunting to people especially when they are experiencing it for the first time. A lot of questions like what would change and how you should keep that spark going for the years to come are definitely common. Don’t lose hope yet. There are some lesser-known rules for a healthy relationship. These rules are only followed by people who are happily enjoying their life. The ones that aren’t showcasing it on social media, as an example.

Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.

Lao Tzu

What you call “couple goals” in social media is actually made up and not really how real couples enjoy their relationship. There are a lot of misunderstandings, the difference in opinions that may pop up somewhere along the way. But getting past those and making it a happy phase of life is all the more essential.

Some of the Best Relationship Advice

Here are some of the best relationship advice that nobody tells you:

Never date someone and think of changing them later:

This is something that needs to be said. If you are trying to change the character of someone or their attitude towards something, it is always going to backfire. And it might come back to bite you at some point in life. People are unique, so its almost impossible to change them to how you want them to be. The vice versa holds true as well. Don’t hide your true character and show yourself as someone you’re not.

Don’t go after the ones who don’t respect you:

When someone doesn’t give you the respect you deserve, then he is not the one that you’re looking for. This will usually lead to emotional abuse and create hatred between you and ultimately break-up. When you give your everything to keep the relationship strong, you normally would want the other person to do the same too.

Something to be mindful of men and women:

Women are diligent and resentful, they will do things for you without asking but expect something for them in return. But Men are lazy and responsible, they will not do something unless they’re told to do so. Even when a man is loyal, the woman might leave him. Because she might think that he has taken her for granted and that he doesn’t appreciate her anymore. Men value loyalty and women value gratitude.

Don’t enter a relationship for the looks:

Looks are important, I understand. But that shouldn’t be the only deciding factor when you look for a person to share your life with. Fall in love with a person for their character, the value they bring in. They are someone who will be there for you when you need them. Someone you can entrust and count on. Sometimes the best ones will be right under your nose, you just have to look out for them.

A relationship isn’t a compensation for something else:

Just because you’re alone doesn’t mean you need a relationship to thrive. A relationship isn’t a way to escape something you’re challenged with. If you consider it that way, you will lose yourself in the process and probably end up hurting the other person as well. A relationship is when you commit to each other for a long time and built on trust. The other person should complete you and not bring down your value.

Talk it over, when you don’t feel good:

A relationship in which people have been through suffering and tribulation together knows what it takes to keep it going. They tend to end up together till death do them part. The reason being, they communicate and let it all out even if it hurt them. Sit through and understand their point of view. Show them that you appreciate what they do. This will create a feeling that they are being respected and will want to share more things with you.

Don’t make promises that you can’t keep:

Promises are vital to a relationship. If broken several times, it would erode the trust on which the whole thing stands strong. Be someone genuine that your partner can place their faith on, this will open up ways to keep it a much healthier relationship. If you can’t keep a promise, always own up to your mistakes and give them a proper apology, they deserve this at the very least.

Learn to discern and forgive:

Misunderstanding and quarrel are inevitable in a relationship. At some point, you would find yourself fighting even though you’re someone who wouldn’t start it usually. Stand next to your partner at difficult times and lend them the support by making their problems and worries go away. Forgive when they’ve made a mistake. This will give the healing you need sometimes to the pain you feel. If you don’t go that extra mile and forgive them, then who will?

Get that special person a gift to appreciate all they’ve done for you: Gift them today!

The Bottom Line:

If it’s possible for one person to be hurt by another, then it’s possible for that one person to be healed by another. While it’s hard to distinguish what’s right and wrong, don’t live in fear and give in to insecurities. Things change, hope for the better and let the soul guide you to the one meant for you.

Have you tried any of these best relationship advice? Let me know and I’ll reply to your comments. Until then, hang on to Life!

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