Another 50 Tips For A Loving Relationship

Here’s the second half of my 100 Tips For A Loving Relationship.

by Amy North

You can find the first 50 tips in a post from February 20th. Check them out.

Be Fair

51. Forgive your partner. One day the tables will turn and you’ll need forgiving.

52. Treat yourself the way you’d like your partner to treat you.

53. Don’t make your partner your only outlet, have another support team to vent to.

54. Give your partner the benefit of the doubt and don’t assume they are out to get you.

55. Pitch in and share chores. Teamwork is the best work.

56. Don’t rehash old arguments. You can’t change the past so why dwell on it.

57. Don’t interrupt your partner when they are speaking. Listening shows you care.

58. Don’t belittle, mock, or call each other names. Respect is key in any relationship.

59. Choose your battles. Agree to disagree when you must.

60. Don’t try to control your partner.

Be Attractive

61. Take care of yourself and well being.

62. Practice positive thinking. Your mind is a powerful thing, when you fill it with positive thoughts things will start to change.

63. Be comfortable in your own skin.

64. Be confident. Don’t fill your head with worries.

65. Dress so you feel attractive on the outside and inside.

66. Smile and flirt with your partner every chance you get.

67. Spice things up in the bedroom.

68. Be willing to share your desires and fantasies.

69. Be kind. No act of kindness, however small, was ever wasted.

70. Love yourself. In order to fully love another, you must first love youself.

Be Willing

71. Give each other the space you need.

72. Try new things together and discover common interests.

73. Volunteer together. Giving back is a great way to put in perspective how lucky you are.

74. Travel together. Explore the unknown and you’ll see a whole new side of one another.

75. Let your partner in. Don’t hide behind walls or reserve certain information.

76. Don’t try to fix your partner, but always be willing to help.

77. Break old habits and be adventurous. There’s no time to be bored in a world as beautiful as this.

78. Be the first to apologize. It’s not admitting defeat, but that you’d rather be happy than right.

79. Learn from your problems and mistakes.

80. Make sacrifices for each other.

Be Happy

81. Appreciate what the relationship is now, in the moment, and stop living for what can be.

82. Don’t seek out drama, be content with what you have.

83. Don’t get jealous. A green-eyed monster is usually unjust.

84. Take responsibility of own happiness and don’t rely on your partner to make you happy.

85. Do things you love and make time to play.

86. Fulfill as many of your own needs as you can. You’ll feel rewarded and proud.

87. Laugh together. Couples who laugh together last together.

88. Be present, in the here and now.

89. Focus on gratitude. Choose at least one thing a day to be grateful for.

90. Love unconditionally, without limitations or conditions.

Be Loving

91. Treat every moment together like it’s a gift.

92. Be patient with each other.

93. Be generous. Give without expecting anything in return.

94. Keep your partner in your heart and on your mind.

95. Accept your partner for who they are.

96. Practice loving gestures daily. A little love goes a long way.

97. Tell your partner why you love and appreciate them as much as possible.

98. Keep doing the little things that wooed your partner in the beginning.

99. Love your partner with the best part of yourself.

100. Love is a verb. Live it. Do it.

Amy North is a women’s relationship coach and best-selling author from Vancouver, Canada, with a degree in Social Psychology. Her programs, including Text Chemistry and The Devotion System have helped dozens of women attract and keep the right guy, or improve the relationship they already have. “As your relationship coach I can be your guru, supporter, challenger, and motivator. I’ll give you the push to get going, and the tools to keep you on track. Your interests will be my interests, and I won’t judge, but I will help.”

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