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The Art of Dating: Tips for Developing a Relationship

March 29, 2016 in Featured
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The Art of Dating: Tips for Developing a Relationship

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The Art of Dating: Tips for Developing a Relationship

The early stages of a relationship can be an incredibly exciting time where life can seem perfect including your new partner. It’s easy to get carried away with feelings and commitments without really having had a chance to assess the viability of a new relationship. Lust is once again the culprit, so try not to be tricked by her siren call.  While you’re enjoying the excitement and passion, try to remember (without ruining the moment) that real love needs to be based on more than attraction and physical chemistry. Lust does not equal commitment. Time  and really getting to know a person and sharing experiences with them is how real love develops, slowly.

Shared Values and Common Interests

Taking a step back to establish what is most important to your partner is a great way to take stock. What are their values in life and what do they expect in a relationship? Is this a source of discord or agreement? Differences in values and relationship goals are a often the reason a relationship comes to an end.

Taking stock of past relationships can be a very helpful tool in your new relationship. When you’re feeling happy as you might be at the beginning of your new relationship, you have a uniquely level headed perspective on why another relationship might not have worked out and whether there was anything you could have done differently to have saved the relationship. If any of this stock take is relevant to your new relationship, make sure to apply these changes to give you and your new partner the best chance of success.

Don’t Try and Change a New Partner

Entering into a relationship with someone and expecting them to change to fit your lifestyle is a big mistake. Accept your partner for who they are from the start and work at understanding and learning about any parts of your partner’s background and culture that might not be familiar to you. Additionally, you must recognise that there will be some habits that you may not be so fond of, so try to accept not only what you love about your partner and remember that there are probably things you do that they don’t like or find annoying.  Don’t highlight shortcomings as this will lead to negative feelings and insecurity, both of which can damage a relationship.

Nurture Respect and Tolerance 

Showing respect to your partner is essential and treating them the way you wish to be treated ensures that expected respect is mutual. This also helps the relationship to develop in that it encourages you to think about your partner’s feelings and to acknowledge them as being as important as your own, even if you don’t agree with the way they feel sometimes. This is also a good reminder not to set unrealistic standards for them including tasks you wouldn’t be willing to do yourself.

Finding the time to talk and tell someone how you feel is incredibly important in a new relationship. While it’s great to show your partner how much you care, the value of talking cannot be underestimated. Once you stop communicating with your partner, distance grows.

These are just a few proven tips for creating longevity in a relationship, armed with these and an honest outlook, you are well on your way to creating a wonderful, lasting partnership.

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