25 Rituals that make relationships last

Show respect
Laugh together
Always support each other no matter what
Give each other lots of room
Trust your partner
Compromise
Never go to bed angry
Forgive and forget, holding back nothing
Leave the past in the past
Compliment your partner often
Don’t try to change each other
Show appreciation and gratitude daily for little things
Stay true and loyal
Encourage each other
Don’t judge
Talk honestly about problems
Remember those important dates and special moments spent together
Give more than you take
Begin and end each day together
Part with a kiss and meet with a kiss
Make sure every dinner is romantic
Check in on each other even when you are at work
Turn your phone off at least an hour before bed
Leave a surprise note
Try new things
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You deserve to be happy: Things emotionally stable people don’t do

“I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them.” ―Oscar Wilde

Someone sent a prayer today and top on that list was something around emotional stability. It got me thinking. I didn’t even know that could be a serious enough subject to pray about. But I guess it goes far in telling the consequence of our emotions in our daily activities, in our thoughts, in decision making and how things will evolve for us if we are unable to control our emotions.

Someone identifies eight things emotionally stable people don’t do. So if you’re sure you’ve got your emotions in control and not the other way round, check yourself and be sure you don’t fall into any of the below.
1.They don’t take other people’s behavior personally– It’s easy to feel unloved and unwanted when people aren’t able to communicate and connect with you in the way you expect. Although it might take a while not to internalize that disconnection as a reflection on your worth, truth is, the way other people behave and function is not about you. Most people are so caught up in their own problems, responsibilities and struggles, that the thought of asking you how you’re doing doesn’t even cross their mind. They aren’t being mean or uncaring – they’re just busy. You might term it self-centered and you wouldn’t be wrong. The sooner you realize it’s not evidence of some fundamental flaw on your part, the better you are able to function better without feeling unloved. Some people are just not good at looking beyond their own egocentric bubble. But the fact that you are – that despite the darkness you feel, you have the ability to share your love and light with others – is an incredible strength.

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