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5 Tips to improve your relationship
Here are 5 things you can do to immediately begin
to improve the quality of your relationship:
1) Tend To Your Own Garden
How much time do you spend thinking about or
complaining about what he or she is doing wrong?
Catch yourself, and stop. Consciously turn your
focus, at that moment, to what would be the best
thing you could do, right now, to look after yourself
and your own life.
Could you call a friend? (note: this would be to say
hello, not to complain!) Are your finances in dire
need of attention? Could you do something around
the house that you've been putting off
that's weighing on you? How about going for a
walk, or a trip to the gym, to burn off your
frustration and those extra pounds?
There's always something more productive that you
can do rather than stewing or complaining. Clearly,
if you're upset and there's a major conflict in your
relationship, it needs to be addressed at some point
(women, in particular, who hold in resentments and
unexpressed anger are at greater risk for early
death). However, if you spend a significant amount
of your life energy being angry with or complaining
about your partner, resolve to take the attention off
of them and onto what needs to be attended to in
your own life.
2) Learn to be Happy, No Matter What They Do
If your happiness depends on what another person
does or doesn't do, you're sure to be miserable at
some point, if not most of the time.  When you're
enjoying a perfectly good day and someone
marches in and starts dumping their anger or
frustration or bad mood on you, become aware of
this phenomenon and catch yourself before you get
"infected" by their emotional state. Don't let them
drag you down!
Decide to be happy, no matter what. Find, or create,
things about your life that you enjoy, and focus on
them when things get tough.
3) Listen to Your Body
Hostility and resentment hurt you more than they do
the other person, especially if you keep feeling
resentful even when the person's not with you! Learn
to recognize signs of tension and poor health in
your body: stomach pains, neck or back pain,
At the first sign, assess the situation and do
something that helps you immediately feel better
(note: lashing out at your significant other does not
4) Own Your Own Buttons
If your partner knows just what to do or say to set
you off, don't blame them for your reaction. You
can't control what someone else does, but you can
control what you do.
Learn to recognize your own "hot buttons", and
notice yourself as you start to react. Stop, go to
another room, do something silly, give them a big
kiss (like you mean it), whatever it takes to interrupt
your reaction. It's not always easy, and you'll fail
sometimes, but once you get good at this you will
be amazed by how much less drama and conflict
you experience with your significant other.
5) Focus on What's Good
Make a point of focusing on what you like about the
other person, and what's good (and what could be
better) in your own life. Even if ninety percent of
what the other person does drives you batty, remind
yourself - and them - frequently about what you do appreciat..

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Thanks for the tip, I will try them


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