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Relationship Resolutions For 2016

Hey, 2016 is approaching, and along with that a new to-do list comes out every year for couples. While the excitement to follow that “list” fades in some days, you go all ballistic and critical over your lack of enthusiasm and understanding towards your partner, thus creating a void between the two. Instead of being a cry-baby, perceive the back-logs in terms of relationships such as a stressful marriage, fear of being a loner, lack of meaningful relationship and friends, trust issues with your better half or anything. Well, it’s about that time of the year when you can jot down Relationship Resolutions for the New Year 2016 with a fresh mind, body and soul. Let’s take a step forward to make your relationship better and flourishing and plan for Relationship Goals for 2016 than aiming to “lose some weight” or “quit smoking” or “start going to the gym”! Following are some of the New Year Relationship Resolutions to make if you are with someone special and wishes to make it work:

 

Relationship Resolutions For New Year 2016

 

  • Keeping The Phones Away

Cell phones are a way to stay in touch and communicate with your loved one, so don’t make it a hindrance between you two. Remember how many times you have been out with your better half only to realize that you are just sticking with that device throughout the day without even making a single meaningful conversation. It’s not a healthy sign, if you can understand. So, this year, make it amongst the top from many Relationship Resolutions 2016 for the betterment of your relationship. You don’t have to abstain from it, but just a limited use while you are together can create the best of conversations.

  • Go Out More

It’s not about short or long term period with each other, but what matters is the comfort level between two people making the best of each other’s company.  Apart from bracing yourself on that large couch while watching Netflix or a happening movie with your significant other is not a bad idea either, going out all dressed up for formal dates can be a change and will bring some excitement in your life. Try once a week, and see the magic whirling around.

  • Try New Things Together

It’s understandable that when you reach a comforting level, you tend to run on the same pattern, thus diminishing that “spontaneous” factor between yourself. So, resolute trying for new things, such as go on an adventurous spree, try a new cuisine together, try wearing clothes out of your wardrobe, adopt a hobby or a pet out of the blue, and many such things.

  • Give Yourselves More Time On Your Own

Even though you guys are together most of the time, a personal bubble is a must. It generates your thoughts and revitalizes your body to another level. Just take out some time away from your better half, and do what you want to do, take a long walk or eat alone (you will cherish these moments with yourself). You can count it as one of the Most Important Relationship Resolutions in the upcoming year 2016.

  • Compliment Each Other More

Who doesn’t like compliments, even when you are 70 years old! Fresh months after dating, and everything is a compliment, appreciation and everything said by the other will give you butterflies. Try to maintain that freshness and spark this year. People in a long-term relationship experience this kind of excitement fading away. So, let’s eliminate this thought and spin the table for new perspectives.

  • Communicate Instead Of Fighting

While listing Relationship Resolutions to Make for New Year’s 2016, don’t forget the most important essence, Communication. Everybody goes through a “fighting” phase, and what’s important is how you communicate with your better half and listen to what other has to say. An honest talk is difficult when you are aggressive enough to smack that person. So, let’s cross it out and make way for peace! Make it a point to speak up and share your thoughts while pacifying things between each other.

 

Forget becoming a “better person” this New Year, and make way to retreat yourself as you expect from others. Building a better rapport with your partner is something which will benefit you in a long run.

cal December 10, 2015 at 5:47 am

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