10 habits of happy couples. #6 is the most valuable advice of them all

These 10 valuable habits of happy couples can also help you improve your relationship. Happy couples know that a real relationship starts after the initial stage of "falling in love", when the butterflies in the stomach become calmer. They also know how to maintain the beauty of love and not lose it sight of it through rose-colored glasses.

1. Go hand in hand or side-by-side.

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Instead of going one after the other, happy couples walk hand in hand or side-by-side through the streets. They know that it is important to go together along the way as they experience the sights.

2. Say "I love you" and "Have a nice day" every morning.

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This is a beautiful way to give each partner the strength they need to go about their day. This way, everyone can easily overcome the little annoyances of the day.

3. Go to bed at the same time

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Remember in the beginning of your relationship - you couldn't wait to go to bed with your partner and cuddle him or her. Happy couples resist the temptation to go to bed at different times. They go to bed at the same time, even if the other can sleep longer. This common ritual strengthens the relationship and everyone feels that their partner is always by their side.

4. Say "Good night" every night, no matter how you feel.

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This shows your partner that, no matter how sad you are because of him or her, you still want the relationship and that your relationship is stronger than any single sad event.

5. Develops similar interests.

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After the passion fizzles out, it is ideal to have common interests. Never underestimate the importance of common interests that please both of you. If there are still no common interests, happy couples develop them. At the same time, it is important to pursue your own interests, which makes you interesting for your partner and protects you from falling into a dependency.

6. Focus more on the things your partner does right than on the things he/she does wrong.

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If you are constantly looking for things that make your partner wrong, you will always find an error. But if you look at the things that your partner does right, you will also always find something. It depends on what you want to see. Happy couples highlight the positive things.

7. Check in with each other during the day.

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Call your partner to see what he or she is doing during the day. This way, you can adjust your expectations for your evening together. If your partner had a terrible day, for example, it might not be helpful to enthusiastically tell him or her about what happened to you.

8. Trust and forgiveness.

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If a disagreement or dispute cannot be settled, happy couples are ready to forgive and forget instead of punishing each other with mistrust and infinite criticisms.

9. Embrace when you see each other.

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Our skin remembers "good touches" (love), "bad touches" (abuse) and "no touches" (neglect). Couples that embrace when they see each other experience a "good touch" and feel loved.

10. Be proud to be seen with your partner.

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Happy couples are grateful when they are seen together and are often affectionate to each other - hand in hand, arm in arm, a hand on your back or knee shows your togetherness. Happy couples have different habits compared to unhappy couples. A habit is an automatic behavior and it requires a small effort to maintain. It takes 21 days for a behavior to become a habit, provided the behavior is repeated daily. Search for a behavior from this list and follow the tip for 21 days so that it becomes a habit ... and it makes you a happier couple. When you get out of the river, do not despair, apologize to your partner and continue the selected behavior. If there is a key to happiness in love and life, then it would be to "simply listen" in any conversation and to be more interested than interesting, more fascinated than fascinating, and more admiring than admirable. If you think this list is helpful, then SHARE it with your friends and family.