Relationship goals for happiness
Let’s first understand what a relationship goal is, dear ones.
At its most basic, a relationship goal is an ideal, lesson, value or experience to aim for in your intimate partner relationship. Instead of being unattainable, it should be inspirational. Relationship goals are best viewed as a loose guideline on how to best give and receive love in your relationship, nothing more and nothing less. Just because you don’t have matching Bentleys, doesn’t mean you can’t be besties!
When creating a list, relationship goals for happiness must include learning how to handle conflict. Every couple will fight at some point. The couples who are winning know how to turn a fight into a communication exercise. Take a deep breath, de-escalate the situation by reaching out and telling your partner you want to hear them more than you need to be right. It will work miracles! #fightforlovedarling
Laugh out loud… a lot
Don’t lose your ability to laugh with each other, and even at each other. Living life alongside another person is bound to land you in some pretty crazy moments. Tell silly jokes, humor each other – laughing together is the glue of happy relationships. #laughalot
Flirt forever after
It’s easy to stop flirting with each other. You don’t need to win affection or impress your partner once you’re in it for the long haul! Pull over and change that perception right now. Flirting keeps your relationship fun; make eyes, tease, have naughty nicknames, pretend to pick your partner up at a bar… use your personal knowledge to take it to expert level flirtation –you’ll both have more fun. #flirtexpert
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As much as fun can give your relationship happiness a boost, planning towards long-term goals provides security and sense of achievement that goes a long way to contentment and accomplishment. It also gives the stamp of security that it’s not weird to make long-term plans and affirms that you both see a future together. #forwardthinking
On the list, this relationship goal is simple: be best friends. At the end of the day, your partner is your person, they (hopefully) know you inside out and (probably) spend the most time with you above anyone else. As the famous quote says, “love is friendship set on fire”, so build the friendship to set on fire. #besties
Never stop holding hands. This one is also pretty simple. It brings you closer, re-establishes connection and is romantic, all in one. Make it a habit. Don’t stop. If you’re young or old, together short or long. Always hold hands. In bed, on the couch, in the street, in the park, at the shopping mall, under the table, in the cinema… #holdon
Be as generous as you can with your perception of your partner and what you choose to give in the relationship. Give them the benefit of the doubt, believe in the good and go the extra mile to be genuinely kind. Being kind is one of the simple but effective couple goals for a truly great kind of love. #BeKind
Number 1 spot
Prioritize your relationship. Prioritize your partner. Prioritize the moments that have meaning and make memories. #1
Be in each other’s corner. You are teammates for life, or plan to be. Talking each other up is on point for ultimate real relationship goals. Tell each other what makes you proud of each other, don’t bad mouth them to your friends or family and hold each other in positive regard as standard practice. #team
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Last but not least, be a safe space for each other. At the end of the day, your partner should be your harbor from rough seas. A real relationship goal for long-term happiness is creating strong boundaries to protect your partner and your love. Have a no judgment zone, an honesty hideout to let it all fall down sometimes, and a trust that can withstand the best and worst of each other.
I hope this article serves well.