5 Ways to Improve a Relationship

5 Ways to Improve a Relationship

1. Try and be the most positive person in every relationship. Do not use verbal abusive behaviors. Do not go out of your way to say negative comments, put down the other or threaten to leave the relationship. Once one of these abusive behaviors have been said or done you cannot take them back. Being negative is toxic and hurtful to not only the other person in the relationship but you as well. When it is hardest for you to use kindness that is always when it is most necessary.

Matt Brodeur
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  1. Try and be the most positive person in every relationship. Do not use verbal abusive behaviors. Do not go out of your way to say negative comments, put down the other or threaten to leave the relationship. Once one of these abusive behaviors have been said or done you cannot take them back. Being negative is toxic and hurtful to not only the other person in the relationship but you as well. When it is hardest for you to use kindness that is always when it is most necessary.
  2. Be reasonable. Do not be stubborn. It is very had grow in relationships if you do not compromise. Realize and acknowledge your faults before accusing the other person. At times, it can be hard to admit you’re wrong but when you can admit when you’re wrong, that shows a strength that others will admire and will want to work on a relationship with you.
  3. Be accepting and respectful. Do not act superior or judgmental. Every one is different and unique, and although we all excel at times, it is important to respect others for what they have achieved. Finding acceptance, even though you may not understand their mindset will be very useful in other relationships. We are all different. We all must learn to love others so we can learn to love ourselves as well.
  4. Be understanding. Do not be critical. Always seeking the negative traits of others is a sign a weakness and low self esteem. Being critical in any relationship is unattractive. Turn the pointer finger around at yourself. This will give you perspective on that person and how they may feel.
  5. Be open and honest. No one wants to be in a relationship where they never really know if the other person cares about them. Communication is the foundation of any relationship if you do not have that you simply do not have a relationship. Go and give others faith and deniability, it will go along ways.
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