Many people consider personal relationships with their loved ones very precious, some of the most valued things in life, so it is no wonder there are so many books and trainings on how to improve your love life. Everyone and their cat is practically ready to jump at a chance to give you advice on how you should go about organizing your relationship. The truth is, if there was a universal way to make a relationship work for a long, happy, and steady time, there wouldn’t be so many relationship books, specialists, and advice floating around. That’s all good, but there’s an underside. Not all relationship tips are working. Others aren’t working for you specifically, and some can be downright harmful. Here are a few relationship tips that shouldn’t be taken at face value.
Teen years are one of the hardest periods in every human’s life. Your body is changing, your mind is changing, you experience so many controversial feelings; it’s impossible to handle sometimes. You are not yet an adult and not a child any longer. People keep expecting things from you like you are an adult and keep treating you as a child. It’s just hard to be a teenager. And it might be harder still to be a parent of a teenager. A bond with a teenage kid is fragile like never before; this relationship is easy to break, hard to restore and keep even the semblance of peace at home. And yet, here are a few things you still can do to improve things between you and your tumultuous teen.
Relationships are not easy. It’s simple to love the same cat the same way for 20 years, but feelings between two people change a lot during a course of years, and having a long-term, standing, healthy relationship requires work on both sides. One thing that often kills love between two people is routine. We simply get tired of seeing that same face, and doing the same menial things every day. Romance dissipates. We begin to feel bored, unloved, and unloving. Luckily, routine is relatively easy to combat, and romance can be sparked and thrive even, if you and your partner have been together for a very long time. Here are a few ways to bring a bit of spark and diversity to your everyday life, without throwing too much money, time, and effort into it.