Relationship is a commitment and respect between two people. Relationships require a lot of work and a lot of communication, but it can still be hard to understand what the other person is thinking. If you’ve been spending a lot of time with someone and you think you might be developing a romantic relationship, the thing is, trust plays a more integral role in relationships than in simply keeping the peace. Trust helps people get close to someone and see him or her in a positive way.
Let him plan date night
Having a regular date night is one of the simplest ways to keep your relationship exciting. Makes the other person feel important, love and cherished. Before you start regular date nights, talk over a few things with your partner to make sure you’re on the same page. Set expectations around who is responsible for planning them. Taking turns is a great way for both people to get to experience the surprise of not knowing what the date will entail.
Have Confidence in each other
Give the care and protection to each other allows each other to have honest, unfiltered, off-the-record conversations. It allows you to speak freely, patiently, and lively. When considering whether to share your feelings with a specific person, consider that the person is a good listener. Believe that the person is supportive and will be there for you.
Don’t judge each other
Judging your partner negatively doesn’t mean you’re consciously trying to find fault with him or her. It just means you’re being human. As a human being, you’re hard-wired to judge others who you perceive to be different from you. So when your partner behaves differently from you, your judgmental nature may surface in many unsuspecting ways. Judging doesn’t really serve a positive purpose for us, and when the judgments enter our heads it should be just as quickly released. It should not be held onto and given the power to affect our emotions and thoughts that can affect the relationship.
Keep your promises
There is nothing in life that says you MUST make promises to others. We all can’t stand the people, who look us in the eyes and commits to something before you make the promise. Make sure you have the time and skills to follow through on the promise. To do this, you should listen to the request and consider it. It’s important to confirm that you understand the other person’s request. Create a concrete plan to fulfill the promise. Being honest about your inability to keep a promise, as agreed, shows you respect the other person’s time and are trying to act with integrity.
Tell the truth
Remember that honesty is the basis of all healthy relationship, whether it’s a friend, a significant other, or any other person. Honesty gives rise to trust, which is essential for maintaining relationships. Most importantly of all, honesty is about respect and valuing the dignity of the other person.