11 Relationship Rules That Will Deepen Your Relationship

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In relationships, as is the case in life, there are always going to be rules that you have to follow. Break these rules, and you risk disrupting the sense of order and structure in a relationship. You don’t want to be deliberately compromising the chemistry in your relationship with your insubordination. That’s why it would be in your best interest to always follow these relationship rules. A lot of times, people will end up breaking these rules because they get distracted. They lose their focus in a relationship for just a little bit and they end up going beyond the boundaries that are set in a relationship. 

Make it a point to always follow these rules listed her to promote utmost harmony in your relationship. You don’t want to rock the boat. Maintaining a relationship with another person is already difficult enough as it is. You don’t want to be contributing to those challenges and difficulties by breaking the rules.

1. Never be someone that you’re not.

Don’t be a pretender. Don’t be a faker in the relationship. You should always just be yourself. Don’t try and act like you’re interested in things that you’re not really interested in. Your partner should be willing to accept you for who you are without reservations. 

2. Don’t play games with your partner.

Relationships aren’t supposed to be treated like games. You shouldn’t be playing around in your partner if you want your relationship to be something real. Make a genuine commitment to each other and to the relationship. Make genuine efforts to grow and nurture your love for one another. 

3. Always communicate with one another.

Communication is a common facet of any strong relationship. You and your partner should always be able to foster an environment of free and open communication. You should both be willing to talk to each other about anything. Conversations and discussions are great ways for establishing emotional connections with each other. 

4. Learn to tune out all the distractions and noise.

There is always going to be a lot of noise. There will be some doubters here and there. There will be lots of distractions too. What you have to do is learn to tune out the unnecessary stuff and just focus on the things that are important to you. When you’re spending time together, be in that moment. Don’t let it slip by you. Learn to be conscious and to be present. - Continue reading on the next page