10 Tips On How To Improve Your Relationship With Your Partner

Has your relationship hit a rocky patch? We’ve got you covered. In this article, Beauty and Tips takes a look at 10 tips on how to improve your relationship with your partner.

No one ever said relationships would be easy, but when we first start dating we’re on top of the world. The initial stages of romance are among the happiest days of our lives, and in our eyes our partner can do no wrong. Once this so-called honeymoon period is over, however, a relationship can start to bite. Tempers get frayed, we begin to argue and even the little things they do annoy us. Worse still, we don’t have as much time to see them as we once did and this only adds to our frustration and irritation. In other words, life just gets in the way. However, there’s no need to despair just yet. Frictions and fractions are normal in all relationships. The measure of our love for one another is in how we overcome the challenges, rise above them and move forward together. If yours is stumbling a little, use these 10 tips on how to improve your relationship.

Set Aside Time To Talk About Wins and Losses

Each week, you should set aside at least an hour where you both get together to talk about your wins and losses that week. This could be Friday at 6pm, Sunday at 8pm – any time you like. Talking about your wins gives you the chance to congratulate each other, bond and feel good, while discussing your losses gives you the chance to air grievances so that nothing gets left unsaid. Discussing losses also shows you both where you can each improve. For example, perhaps your partner is unhappy that you didn’t do something you said you would. Now that you can see how much this has upset them, you’ll make sure from now on that you won’t make that same mistake again.

Be Understanding

Another tip on how to improve your relationship is simple – be understanding and be sympathetic to your partner. If they get angry at you and shout, remember that it’s not you that’s the real problem. Their anger is a culmination of things, and it’s important that you recognise this and help to work things out with them. Have empathy in your relationship and see things from their point of view more often.

Put The Phones Away

We’re not saying that smartphones can kill a relationship all by themselves, but they can distract us so much that they take us away from spending quality time with our partner. When we’re chatting to them while also typing away on our smartphone, we’re not really listening to them. Our focus is elsewhere, and this can erode a relationship. Put yourselves on a smartphone detox and spend more time focused on your partner.

Flirt With Each Other

This is another incredibly important tip on how to improve your relationship. When you guys first started dating, you sure knew how to flirt. But why do we always assume that must stop flirting when a relationship gets serious? Flirting is fun and it spices up a relationship. It’s healthy and makes both partners feel good about themselves. Don’t stop flirting. If you have stopped, get your flirting game back on. Send your partner spicy text messages, flirt with them at work and ramp up their desire for you again.

Show That You Appreciate Your Partner

Remember when you guys used to date? The two of you went out of your way to show your appreciation of one another. Perhaps you were always on time (what happened to that?), and showered them with cute gifts all the time. As relationships move forward and settle down, we often stop showing our appreciation for our partner. And this can have a negative impact on the relationship. Find ways of showing your appreciation once again. Buy them gifts, surprise them with random cuddles. Go the extra mile.

Be A Team

Did it used to feel like it was the two of you versus the world but now it seems to be you fighting your own battles and them fighting their own? If this has happened, it’s time to put on a united front again. Couples were work as a team are happier because they know they’ve got the support of their partner. If you’ve been a bit flaky recently and haven’t covered your partner’s back like you know you should have, get back to working as a team again.

Go To Bed At The Same Time

Another tip on how to improve your relationship with your partner is to be a part of a team, which means going to bed at the same time. When you constantly go to bed at a different time to your partner, you’re missing out on the chance to have cute pillow talk, the chance to cuddle, say “I love you” and make plans. Go to bed locked in each others arms more often. It’s adorable and will bring you closer together.

Work on Yourself

One of the reasons a relationship can fall apart is down to us searching for all our happiness from without. In other words, we depend on them for our happiness. However, happiness is meant to come from within. If you’re expecting your partner and your relationship to cure all your problems, you’re solely misguided. Couples who are happy with each other are also happy with themselves. If you haven’t been the best version of you recently, work on improving yourself. It will reap great benefits for the relationship.

Do The Small Things For Them

When was the last time you brewed them coffee in the morning when they were in a rush? When was the last time you ran the bath for them when they came home from work late? Get back to doing the small but amazing things for your partner, it’s seemingly small, yet important tip on how to improve your relationship.

Enjoy Time At Home

When most of us think about date nights, we assume it means we have to leave the house an spend a considerable amount of money on food, drink and other activities. This can soon mount up, and for some couples it means that date nights don’t happen as often as they should. That said, you don’t need to go out for date night. Instead, the two of you can have a perfectly enjoyable and romantic night in at home with candles, movies, cuddles and home-cooked food.

Do you have other tips on how to improve a relationship?

Stay happy!


  1. Constance
    December 17, 2017 at 2:40 pm

    Time at home with my partner is the best time ♥
    Great article!


  2. Ania
    December 17, 2017 at 9:16 am

    Lovely tips dear 😉


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