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After 3 Years Of Dating

Right from frequent fights to mood swings and an unstable atmosphere, such issues can arise and threaten to end the union. Hence, cheating in the relationship tends to hurt the other partner. However, apart from cheating there are other forms of betrayal that can break the relationship.

These include being secretive about your friendships, about work or even about your debts and finance. A Life-altering incident At times, people experience things that bring a turning point in their lives. By yourself. What would you do if … If this was the last day of your life, who would you want to be spending it with?

Two types of days. Or not. There used to be two types of days — days with your partner and days without. Not anymore. What if … If something happened like, say, a nuclear holocaust, and every man or woman on the planet except yours was taken out, how would you feel about spending the rest of your life together?

Do you weep quietly? Feel too distressed at the end of online shopping to feel else anything at all? Pay attention. Lost your spark? A deep connection. The truth is, no relationship is perfect. No partner is perfect. We all have our own little idiosyncrasies that have the potential to irk our other halves.

There are simply things we just cannot change about ourselves, or others. We simply need to implement and be mindful of some important rituals and practices — as a pair — to ensure our relationship grows from strength to strength.

As a couple, you could consider implementing some of the four following to help avoid experiencing the three-year-itch: First, love yourself We get so caught up in trying to make others happy, or relying on them for happiness, that we forget about the one person we need to love first — ourselves.

Unless you love yourself, you cannot love someone else, fully. So prioritize self-love. Be kind to yourself. Create time to yourself to connect to the essence of who you are as an individual and your own ever-changing wants, needs, and desires. Implement practices and rituals that make you feel good and confident in your body and who you are. By maintaining your own sense of self and a life of your own throughout your relationship with your partner, you retain your individuality. This is why you need to talk.