All relationships and even marriage can be delicate to maintain. You only need to take one wrong step in order to lose your partner. Some people can feel the need to cheat or flirt with other people while being intoxicated - but just imagine what would happen if your partner found out about this? Would the flirting or eventual cheating be worth losing a person that you loved and cared for so many years? In most case, unless the relationship is wrong for you, ruining it is not worth it.
One of the "best" ways to ruin a perfectly functioning relationship is to engage in the act of cheating. For cheating to occur, it doesn't even have to be fully physical - even emotional cheating, such as flirting and hiding other people from your partner can be bad for the relationship.
Another surefire way to ruin your relationship is to not spend enough quality time together. Sure, watching Netflix together is okay, but you have to vary the activities that you do in your relationship so that you don't do the same things over and over again.
Another thing that can ruin your relationship is not to be fully honest and respectful towards your partner. You have probably noticed how much better you've felt after being honest with people - well, the same goes for your relationship. Be honest, and your partner will appreciate it.
While one of the previous paragraphs mentioned that spending quality time together can be good for the relationship, the same can be said for spending too much time together. If your partner feels suffocated, he may eventually decide to break up.
Another thing that a lot of people get wrong, is to have a rebound relationship immediately after breaking up with their partner. That's not fair to the new person, as he may just fall in love with you, and finding that he was just a rebound can devastate that person.
Sometimes, we get so comfortable in a relationship, that we take the other person's time and value for granted. Instead, we should that we have someone that loves us, and that we can love back - remembering the value of your relationship is a great way to strengthen your bond.
Just like cheating (in the physical sense) can completely devastate your partner, so can flirting. Even non-verbal flirting, such as starring at other people can be bad for the health of your relationship, so try not to do it.
Jealousy is one of the most well-known relationship killers. Especially if your partner does not deserve the amount of jealousy, they are getting. If your partner has a history of cheating, and if you are uncomfortable with that, maybe it's better to break up than to ruin your partner's day.
Being in a relationship is not just about what you can get - it is also about making the other person have a great time. Part of having a good time out with someone is to be a good listener - you need to wait for your turn to speak, and try to remember the little details the other person tells you.
Every person in the world believes that they deserve to be treated with dignity. This means that if your partner has not done anything to deserve it - you should never act distrustful and suspicious of their behavior and actions. Try to be more trusting in your relationships.
Being able to take constructive criticism is one the hallmarks of being a good partner in a relationship. In fact, being able to accept criticism without having an angry reaction is one also a great habit to have while at work.
As the months and years go by, you should be ready to accept new challenges and experiences in your relationship. That's just how life is - no matter who much we like things to be as they are, everything is bound to change eventually - even your relationship.
This one is similar to the paragraph about the value of being honest in your relationship. You should never use deception and duplicity in your relationship in order to achieve the things that you want. Your partner is going to resent you if you have manipulated him into doing something.
No matter how close you are to your partner, some types of personal boundaries are going to exist forever - even after you get married and have kids. If your partner wants to be alone in the bathroom - you have to learn to accept that personal boundary.
Just because you are safe in your partner's love, that does not mean that you should not care about showing affection on your part. You should always try to surprise your partner and bring new experiences and pleasures to the relationship.
Wondering where to go in 2020 for an amazing deal, to beat the crowds, or for a truly once-in-a-lifetime travel experience? These destinations are on travel addicts’ radar for rightfully hyped 2020 events, new offerings, and recent developments that make them a must-visit right now.
On top of the majestic scenery its long been known for, Montana is a newly trendy nature getaway celebrated for its expanding luxury hotel scene, culinary offerings, and shop-local boutiques, according to an American Express study detailing where cardholders are traveling in 2020. But Montana is also about to get more accessible than ever before thanks to emerging flight routes sure to stir up competition. Launching two brand-new seasonal routes to Big Sky country, American Airlines will fly from New York’s LaGuardia Airport to Bozeman and Kalispell, Montana, beginning mid-year and continuing through Labor Day. Take advantage of the new direct route before the secret gets out, and so that they’ll continue next year.
One of the cities featured in Booking.com’s travel trends for 2020, Urugay’s capital Montevideo is a stable and LGBT-friendly destination to visit in South America—a continent that’s seen dips in tourism of late thanks to political instability in travel destinations like Brazil, Chile, and Argentina. Travelers identified the city as a trending travel destination for anyone seeking an immersive, one-stop escape; according to the study, “over half (54 percent) of global travelers say they want to go on one long trip to a place that has all of their favorite activities and sights close together.” Montevideo’s offerings include beaches, nightlife, markets, theaters, culinary prowess, and festive Gay Pride Day celebrations in September.
Europe’s intensely overtouristed spots (Venice, Barcelona, Santorini) have new Eastern European hotspots to thank for stealing away some of the spotlight: Romania is making a name for itself as one of the top five most trending Airbnb booking destinations for 2020. The nation that’s home to Transylvania, Dracula’s castle, and well-preserved medieval towns nestled among rolling hills has seen a 298 percent annual increase in Airbnb bookings.