SET UP BOUNDARIES WITH IN-LAWS AND OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS.
While family members’ insights can be useful in noticing things about a person that their partner doesn’t see, it’s important to make sure they don’t take it too far. It’s ultimately up to the couple to decide what those boundaries should be. There isn’t any magic formula for that, every situation is different — you need to figure out their level of interference on your own.
MAINTAIN AN AFFECTIONATE PHYSICAL RELATIONSHIP.
It’s the little things that go a long way. Obviously a s*xual one is important, but even for older couples where that becomes less important, even the cuddling and the hugging certainly maintains that close connection that is very important for maintaining a relationship.
FIND SOMEONE WHO YOU HAVE A LOT IN COMMON WITH.
Although opposites may attract, the bottom line is that the more you have in common with your spouse, the easier it is to maintain that relationship because there’s less likelihood of disagreement and argument going forward. This is particularly relevant when it comes to a couple’s religious practices and beliefs.
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