How To Entirely Improve Your Relationship In 1 Month

How To Entirely Improve Your Relationship In 1 Month

Relationships change over time. They have high points and low points, times when things are going great and times when you’re sure that you’re never going to figure out how to navigate life as a team. If your relationship has been going through a dry spell, the fact that you’re eager to improve it is the first step in the path to success! Take the next thirty days and dedicate yourself to seeing an improvement in your relationship.


Why 30 Days?

It takes about 21 days-at least 3 weeks-to develop a new habit and start to react to this new pattern. If you make a change to your relationship today, you’ll have a positive day. If you make a long-term change to your relationship over the next three weeks, you’ll develop new patterns of behavior that will show significant, permanent improvement in your relationship.

Getting Started

If you’re really going to bring about change in your relationship, it starts with an attitude change. You may have been blaming your partner for the problems in your relationship. “Well, if he would just spend less time in front of the television, we would be a lot happier.” “Well, if she would stop spending all her time complaining to her mom, we’d be doing a lot better.” Instead of looking for things to complain about, start looking for the positives in your relationship. He may still not be able to get his dirty clothes in the hamper instead of leaving them piled on the sides. She may still spend half of her break time shopping online. However, when you look for the good things in your relationship, you’ll find that you have a more positive outlook that makes it easier to appreciate the things you love most about your partner.

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