To avoid assuming or coming to the wrong conclusions, get in the habit of always asking questions in your relationship.
Your man has many areas in his life that require his time and energy. Make sure you are not making it difficult for him to keep his life afloat while maintaining a relationship with you.
The holiday season is already stressful, so here are a few tips to make sure that the stress does not spill over into your relationship.
Not only does your man need your actions to validate your feelings for him but he also needs to hear you tell him that’s he’s special to you as well. Words and Actions… both are needed.
The behaviors that you show you man in the beginning of the relationship that give him emotional security will have to be the same behaviors that you are prepared to continue throughout the relationship.
It’s vital in relationships that you don’t fall for the potential of a man but instead encourage him to be the best version of himself.
Your man does not need the added pressure of his woman keeping score in the relationship. Don’t expect 50/50 all the time
Learn to accept that your man needs some time with the guys.
Don’t make the relationship more complicated than it has to be. As issues come up, learn to address them without letting them pile up.
Be careful when sharing your relationship with family members. It can create some negative results.
Be a proactive part of your man’s mental health by making him smile from time to time.
Your man will have dreams. Big Dreams. Little Dreams. Realistic Dreams. Far Fetched Dreams. Whatever dreams that he has… don’t kill them.
When you are in a relationship, it’s important to give your man your trust unless/until he proves to you that he does not deserve it.
Create a sense of belonging, comfort and attachment to each other in the relationship
Set goals together. Accomplish them together. Grow together.
Build a successful relationship by surrounding you and your man with other couples and “seasoned” relationships.