5 Golden Rules for Happy Relationship



Who does not want to know these Golden Rules? In this era of busy life, relationships have taken the back seat while the other responsibilities have taken the front seat. Thus we end up thinking that, to keep a “Relationship” happy and strong, it takes a lot of investment. But we say, it just takes these 5 golden rules!



Communicate Everyday: Lack of communication often plays a big role in couples drifting apart. Don’t let this happen. Spending quality time with your partner will help understand each other better and also help you know what your partner is thinking and feeling. So from now onwards – keep speaking and make your partner speak.




Laugh Everyday: Laughter is a wonderful medicine for everything. It makes us and the people around us happy and even has great effects on our body – decreasing the stress levels. And if you can laugh with your partner about the same things or even tease and laugh at each other, you’ll feel closer. Why delay – start your day with a good giggle!



Believe Your Partner: Being completely honest with your better half is one of the key stages of falling in love. It is the point at which you show your partner the real you. This stage can trigger a feeling of doubt but that is just because you are trying to be open. Once you have got over those feelings, it actually brings the realisation that you love each other more than anything else.



Respect Each Other: You’re going to argue and disagree from time to time and that’s perfectly normal, but make sure you always respect what the other is saying and try to see things from their perspective. Respect is a way of valuing each other. It allows us to establish healthy boundaries.



Fight Fairly: Now you may ask, how can a fighting be fair? Remember, a heated argument you have had with your partner – it was just another competition where you were trying to win. Right? But remember that, the whole point of an argument is to get the other person to see your point of view. It’s about increasing communication and getting each other to look at the issue from a different perspective. So, the next time when you get into that argument mode – discuss to solve the problem and not to complicate it!

                                                                                                                                                                - Priya Ganapathi