Daily Habits For A Successful Relationship

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By Ambila Nath 

We are taught so often by business leaders that we need to implement daily habits/rituals for us to succeed in our careers. They say that daily habits help you to create focus, discipline and keep connected with what you want to achieve in life.

Now think about this – are you following this practice in your relationship?

The thought has probably never occurred to you as we begin to take our relationships for granted. So let me help you create some daily habits that will help you to have more positivity and bond with your partner.

Morning Wake Up

Let your partner just how much they mean to you. You can do this by simply making them a cup of their favourite drink or saying a simple 'I love you', or 'you look great' etc. are all great ways to start the day.

Quality Time in the Morning

Spend quality time sitting and having breakfast together in the morning. Make sure the TV, phones etc. are all switched off. It doesn't matter if you only have 15 minutes or less. By just allowing yourself to have this connection together will help you feel great for the rest of the day.

Check-in With Your Partner During the Day

I don't mean this in the stalking sense – don't send them 20 texts/calls in a day. I’m referring to the supportive meaning; just checking in to see how they are and how their day is going. Should they need it - you will also be able to offer them some loving words and support.

Give Each Other a Hug

Hugging one another means your energies connect and exchange and calm one another and to let go of stresses of the day.

Show Them That You Love Them Every Day

It's as simple as that. It doesn't matter how you express appreciation in your relationship; just learn to do it every single day. You don't have to go all out for significant expensive gifts; hugging a person, making them a cup of tea, can mean so much more.

Have Realistic Expectations

Relationships are not all love and roses all of the time. They require a lot of work and each person to value the other. Keep the communication open and honest within the relationship; it will help to build stronger bonds and manage the bad times just as well as the good times.

Turn Off Phones, Television, Computers and Tablets

Make this habit an important one – in the evenings be present with your partner. Set a couple of hours each night to allow yourselves to catch up with each other's day by switching off all phones, iPad etc. when you get home from work.

Share the Household Chores

In this modern age, both parties have a hard-working day – so it's essential to work together when you get home. Help each other when preparing a meal or washing up. You will reconnect as a couple and not take each other for granted.

Say "Good Night" Every Night

The old saying – "Never go to bed angry" has a lot of wisdom. Bad feelings are likely to harden into resentment. So by saying good night to your partner will show them that, regardless of how upset you are with them, you still want to be in the relationship. It says that what you both have is more significant than any single upsetting incident.

Speak Positively About Your Partner

When you speak about your partner, to family, friends and the outer world, only express their positive traits. When you express negative characteristics about each other outside of the relationship, you are essentially disrespecting one another and causing each other pain. Speaking positively about your partner will help to deepen your connection with them, as well as create respect for each another.

To have a successful relationship in love, you need to be giving it the same amount of respect, focus, time and attention as you are investing in your career. It's food for thought – or a cause for you to look deeper into yourself about see how your current relationship is with your partner and make changes – if needed/wanted!

 


Ambila Nath is a Spiritual lifestyle coach, serial entrepreneur, tarot reader, energy healer and a paid international speaker. She has worked with clients for over 2 decades helping them to build the life that they deserve by finding their life path, gaining self-confidence to just be themselves, starting successful businesses and trusting in love again.

You can find more about Ambila and her work here or look her up on LinkedIn, drop by on Facebook or Instagram or even watch her on Youtube.

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