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Make Your Love Last: Tips for a Long-Lasting, Loving Relationship…….



Falling in love is like magic – you just don’t know how it actually takes place, and you care nothing but the smile it brings to you.
Things become more magical when you get into a relationship with the person you have fallen in love with. It’s like you are in this adventure together to find this thing called “forever.”
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If you’re a young couple who have recently fallen in love and wants to make your relationship last, then here are  relationship tips that you’d definitely find useful:
1. Respect Each Other
Respecting each other is key and if you respect each other, you’ll fight less and not treat each other badly. That is a sign of a healthy relationship.
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2.Take it nice and slow
When you’re young and in a relationship, you don’t have to rush.
Give it time, spend time with each other in the relationship. Share different things – from your interests and pet peeves, dreams and whims, and everything else in between.
3. Jealousy is totally an unnecessary part
When young adults are in a relationship and they have the tendency to look at other people even are often fickle-minded — and this applies to both genders.Don’t react or be aggressive with the fact that your boyfriend/girlfriend has a crush on someone else, just let them be.
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4. Communicate
It’s important for people in any relationship to communicate. If something bothers you, make sure to speak about it then and there instead of bottling these emotions because someday these feelings might explode and it might create a lot of damage.
5. Forget The Past
Don’t keep bringing up each other’s past. That’ll only make everything sour. Always remember, that it was the past and don’t ruin your present because of something your partner, or you did in the past. It’s never worth it.
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6.You do not need to sleep together if you become a couple
It good to be together but it is not necessary you should go to bed together. Be responsible and mature when you take the step of sleeping with other.
So do keep these things in your mind if you have started your relationship.
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Be emotionally flexible to save the romance in life



Being emotionally flexible is one of the key factors when it comes to longevity and overall health of your romantic and long-term relationships, say researchers.

The researchers from University of Rochester aimed to clarify how mindful flexibility the one hand and inattentive, mindless and rigid inflexibility on the other were linked to the dynamics within families and romantic relationships.

Psychological flexibility is defined as a set of skills that people use when they’re presented with difficult or challenging thoughts, feelings, emotions or experiences.

Psychologists consider the rigid and inflexible responses to difficult or challenging experiences dysfunctional, ultimately contributing to and exacerbating a person’s psychopathology.

The psychological flexibility and inflexibility may play key roles in both couples and families in shaping how individuals interact with the people closest to them, the researchers wrote in a meta-analysis, published in the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, which statistically combined the results of 174 separate studies.

“Put simply, this meta-analysis underscores that being mindful and emotionally flexible in tough and challenging situations not only improves the lives of individuals, it might also strengthen and enrich their close relationships,” said study co-author Ronald Rogge, an associate professor of psychology.

The meta-analysis added to the findings of Rogge’s earlier work in which, he and a team tested the effects of couples’ watching movies together and talking about the films afterward.

That study found that an inexpensive, fun, and relatively simple watch-and-talk approach can be just as effective as other more intensive therapist-led methods — more than halving the divorce or separation rate from 24 to 11 per cent after the first three years of marriage.

“The results suggest that husbands and wives have a pretty good sense of what they might be doing right and wrong in their relationships,” Rogge said about the earlier study.

“You might not need to teach them a whole lot of skills to cut the divorce rate. You might just need to get them to think about how they are currently behaving. And for five movies to give us a benefit over three years — that is awesome.”

Watching and discussing movies with your partner that feature onscreen couples can have a positive effect on your relationship.

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