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Unspoken Relationship Rules Couples Need To Follow

Aba Brew

Sept. 22, 2020

When looking for the unspoken rules in a relationship, you will encounter phrases describing what happens in a relationship. The real unspoken rules in a relationship are those that can help a couple survive a nuclear argument that stems from a tiny transgression.
These rules are, in effect, the 5 unspoken rules of a relationship
#1 Always say good morning and good night. This is not very difficult. If you constantly fail to do either of these, then there really is a problem between the two of you. You can greet your partner in a text, an email, or if you really want bonus points, call them. Your busy schedule should not hinder you from showing your loved one that you are thinking about them.
#2 Update them about your whereabouts at least once a day. You don’t need to glue yourself to your phone or update your Twitter feed every hour. Take a few minutes out of your lunch break to text your partner about how your day is going. If your schedule does not permit any interruptions, call your partner before you sleep and update them then.
#3 Be consistent in your communication format. One of the complaints from people in relationships goes something like this. “We just don’t talk like we used to.” Many couples think that this happens because one of you has lost interest in the relationship. The truth is that the relationship has reached a point where the same patterns have become monotonous. And the truth is, you became lazy.
The key to solving issues like this is to be consistent in how you communicate with your partner.
#4 Introduce your partner to your family as soon as the subject comes up.  Unfortunately, if you want your relationship to survive, you have to do the right thing and introduce your partner to your family. This is especially true if the subject comes up. You can’t just brush it off as a normal meeting that you need to go to. You have to put the offer on the table and let your partner decide if they are ready to meet your family or not.
#5 Never ask for something that you are not willing to give. In a relationship, you have the right to ask your partner for anything you want. Keep in mind, though, that you can’t always have everything. When you ask your partner to do something, make sure that you are willing to return the favor in kind.
These rules are just the tip of the iceberg, but they are in fact the most frequent cause for arguments among couples. These things are rarely acknowledged, yet they are the root of half the fights that couples get into.
These unspoken rules can help solidify your bond.
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