‘No relationship is perfect’ shouldn’t be used as a rationalization for complacency.”— Irina Firstein, LCSW, individual and couples therapist“A friend taught me that no matter how in love you are or how long you’ve been together, it’s important to take an exhale from your partnership.
Hang out with girlfriends until late in the evening, take a weekend trip to visit family, or just spend time ‘doing you’ for a while. D., assistant professor of communication, Texas State University“‘You are my everything’ is a lousy pop-song lyric and an even worse relationship plan. Create relationships outside The Relationship, or The Relationship isn’t going to work anymore.”— Matt Lundquist, LCSW, couples therapist“Sex isn’t just about orgasms.
D., licensed marriage and sex therapist, expert at Adam and Eve, and Greatist expert“For long-lasting love, the more similarity (e.g., age, education, values, personality, hobbies), the better.
Partners should be especially sure that their values match before getting into marriage.
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For example: ‘I get annoyed when I see dishes in the living room.
D., professor at Oakland University and author of 5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great“There’s no such thing as a failed romance.
Relationships simply evolve into what they were always meant to be.
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