3 daily habits that could save your relationship

By Miss Kes

Friday, August 17, 2018

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Much like servicing a car, a relationship will take constant work to flourish. Below are three daily habits you should adopt immediately to keep your relationship afloat.

Do small things without expecting anything in return

Get up in the morning and make something special for breakfast – don't wait until it is an anniversary or a birthday to do something special. Just do it for absolutely no reason. Send love texts to your mate, or links to songs that remind you of them. The small acts count, sometimes more than the extravagant ones.

Have set dates for romance

These set dates are supposed to be about you as a couple, even if you have children. Unless there is an emergency, date night should never be compromised because it ensures that romance and friendship are at the core of your relationship.

Give attention and support

You have to make time for your partner regardless of how busy life gets. You have to ensure that communication is at the core, and be aware of when your partner needs you.

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