If you think flowers are cliché, that's fine (but Bound to happen eventually, a "mismatch" opens the table up for interesting discussion.
I'm among you -- I met my boyfriend Jeremy on Match a year and three months ago (definitely not counting), "matching" thanks to our shared affinity for country music, running, and ill-humored television.And while I underwent cringe-worthy dates with other dudes prior, I do believe online apps have a knack for at least Except now there's a new app called Happy Couple, which is actually designed to strengthen existing bonds between people in established relationships.As we answered the same queries -- ranging from small and specific (what's his/her cuisine of choice?) to big and broad (where does he/she see him/herself living in 10 years?Gail Saltz, looked at data from 1,160 married people and found a negative correlation between heavy social-media use and relationship happiness.
“When angry, some people may turn to texting to avoid saying something,” Saltz says.
If you're a couple like Jeremy and me who considers good communication "your thing," try it out anyway.
Playful trivia facts and challenges (we plan to take on more of those moving forward) make for friendly competition and good discussions.
Those who reported poor sleep were much more likely to argue with their significant other the next day.
Brew a cup of coffee for your partner Grand gestures aren’t the only way to express your love.
You should also make sure you’re both getting a healthy amount of shut-eye.