Tips for Building a Stronger Relationship

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Tips for Building a Stronger Relationship

some (or several) of the relationship red flags struck home, couples counseling might be a good step. 

“Couples therapy is about two people arriving to work on themselves,” Antin says. Getting help doesn’t mean you’ve failed. It means you want to work at improving, for yourselves and for each other. 

But even the healthiest of relationships can sometimes use a little extra work. Here are some tips to make sure things stay on the right track. 

Embrace each other’s differences

“They might be ambitious, while you’re more of a homebody,” Antin says. “But this is a good dynamic, since one of you can initiate activity or go out and adventure, while one of you enjoys quiet time and keeps the home fire burning.”

Consider their perspective

“Be curious about the way they do and see things instead of trying to get them to see things your way,” Antin recommends.

Solve problems as a team

“Work together to solve problems, instead of making each other the problem,” Antin says. 

Ask for what you want, and be equally ready to listen to their desires

You may not always agree, but that’s all right. You’re two different people, after all. Being able to find a compromise is key. 

Try something new together

If your relationship seems stale or like it’s going nowhere, try taking it somewhere to see what happens. A change of scenery can sometimes change your perspective. 

Talk about your goals and dreams

This can help you reconnect and make sure you still share similar hopes and values.

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