Because I don’t think I’ve ever had one.
Learn by my mistakes and stand up for yourself.
Haha join the club. I’m terrible at relationships. My longest lasted only 6 years
Mine was 2 years. 6 years sounds great !
Strike a balance between your needs and your partner’s needs. Dialogue helps discover what those needs are and if you’re compatible. Some compromise from both parties will be unavoidable.
Don’t ask me. All my relationships have been rocky.
Sadly, I don’t think I’ve ever had a real relationship.
The reasoning seems to go…
“Don’t sweat the small stuff.”
But I disagree. You should sweat the small stuff, and stay cool for the big stuff.
Don’t have one.
Learn to listen properly. Listening is a lot of communication. Learning to repsond when appropriate and hearing what people are trying or are saying and make sure it’s not a one sided thing.
Sense of humor. When we can laugh at each other as well as ourselves, it goes a long way.
“Good fences make good neighbors.”
Don’t go into a relationship if you are too insecure.
You will end up worrying about absolutely everything and end up psychotic
Don’t go to sleep angry.
Don’t be a Gemini. Avoid drama at all costs and stop at red lights. Trust the process. Good luck!
Dont trust the FEDS, avoid people with dark sunglasses?
Respect your partner and have a sense of humor.
I had one that lasted ten years before I came down with with SzA. We broke up when I couldn’t work anymore.
Morning sex. Darkness is overrated.
I was going to recommend noise canceling headphones, but your tip seems more healthy.
My real biggest tip is trust each other, and trust oneself enough to trust the other person. Trust is the foundation upon which every other block is set. At least in my humble opinion.
I never learned from mistakes, I made the worst one at the age of 61. I would say; take it slow and if you have any doubts, forget it.