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Secrets to Amazing Intimacy Action List

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Sneak Peak at the Secrets to the Best Relationship and Marriage and Amazing Intimacy

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Never allow the past to overshadow your present together.
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Never stop flirting with your loved one.
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Realize that great relationships don't exist because each is "perfect."
Often, it comes from being willing to admit to mistakes, make amends by repairing any known injustices as fast as possible, and then being proactive in finding ways to not repeat the same mistake.
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Learn both you and your partner's attachment styles.
Do you research...Google is a great place to start. It really helps in many contexts of your relationship.
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Frequently express gratitude and appreciation toward your partner, specifically in their love language (verbal validation, acts of service, gifts, physical touch, or quality time).
This is the idea of going beyond "the golden rule," and about treating someone how they want to be treated, with in reason, of course. Also, try to find new and novel ways to express this it.
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Gary Champan
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Choose to give love to each other every day, even when you don't feel loved, validated, or appreciated.
If you are not feeling loved, validated, or appreciated, there is most likely some communication that needs to happen with your significant other. Don't start the conversation by blaming them. Simply ask your partner to help you figure out whether the issue is between the two of you or is caused by external forces, making it a team effort as opposed to you vs. them. Solving the issues as a team will get you going on the right foot from the beginning of the discussion.
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Know that while sex is one of the added bonuses of having a loving relationship, it's not love unto itself.
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Keep pleasantly surprising your loved one.
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Constantly ask yourself "what's it like to be in a relationship with me right now?"
Take a cold hard look at your own behaviour. Don't bullshit yourself. Also, remember not to be too hard on yourself because it may actually make it harder to evolve your behaviour.
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Have spontaneity.
Predictability kills attraction.
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Save on the wedding but don't skip on the after marriage party.
Research shows that pricy engagement rings and expensive weddings actually correlate with higher divorce rates. However, the larger the wedding party, the more likely a couple is to have a higher quality marriage. It's more about having a good number of friends and family in your corner more than it's about the money spent on it.
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https://mic.com/articles/107066/11-things-scientists-discovered-this-year-that-happy-couples-have-known-forever#.vZGYAvq5K
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11 Things Scientists Discovered This Year That Happy Couples Have Known Forever
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Melissa Hugel
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Know that your vocabulary matters.
Using couple-focused words like "we," "our," and "us" when discussing a conflict is linked with more affection, less anger, and lower psychological stress levels during an argument while words like "I," "me," and "you" during an argument is linked to higher relationship satisfaction.
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http://thestir.cafemom.com/love/181918/10_scienceproven_facts_about_happy
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10 Science-Proven Facts About Happy Marriages
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Mareese Brown
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Realize that the journey with your loved one is more important than the destination.
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Give lavish praise. Be genuinely happy for and celebrate your partner's achievements. Be their biggest fan.
Providing support when things are bad is important but more important, but actually, just as important, if not more, is celebrating your partner's success.
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http://www.bakadesuyo.com/2014/12/relationship-problems/
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The 4 Most Common Relationship Problems — And How To Fix Them
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Eric Barker
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When trying to resolve an argument, as opposed to thinking "compromise", think win/win.
You will be more will to be willing to listen and be empathetic. More or less, it's the mindset of seeing the cup half full as opposed to half empty.
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Know that more often than not, sexual problems in relationships have little to do with the actual sex itself and more to do with one or both not having their emotional needs met, not feeling one can trust the other, and/or not feeling validated outside of the bedroom.
Research shows that if no emotional connection is shared, partners can feel inhibited from sex, especially women.
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What makes love last?
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John Gottman
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Always be dating your significant other.
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Constantly give and receive gratitude to one another i.e sincerely say "thank you" and "you're very welcome."
Doing so increases oxytocin levels, which promotes pro-social behaviors like trust and affection.
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https://mic.com/articles/107066/11-things-scientists-discovered-this-year-that-happy-couples-have-known-forever#.Gl0vL8WOx
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Melissa Hugel
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Fantasize about the future with your significant other.
Fill it up with tons of juicy details, and be as specific as possible.
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Don't backbite, vilify, or slander your loved one.
Realize that backbiting/vilifying/slandering is a totally separate thing than of receiving consultation. Ultimately, it comes down to intent, the level of information shared, and the outcome desired.
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