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10 Tips To A Long, Healthy Relationship
> Dating & Romance
1: Know your role
Every relationship has roles. Find out what your partner expects from you and tell your partner what you expect from them. Not every relationship has the same roles, knowing your partner's morals is very important.
2: Why you gotta be so rude?
Know your partner's insecurities and don't pick on them. Everyone is insecure about something. It's your job to make your partner feel perfect, not to make your partner upset. Knowing what will upset him/her will help you not to make a mistake.
3: Think about the future.
How long do you see your relationship lasting? Think about two weeks from now. Two months? Two years? 20 years? Do you see your partner? It is important that you can visualize being with them for a long time. The longer you are together, the easier this should be. You two should also be comfortable enough to talk about it together and even be able to make plans for two years in the future.
4: Fights do not mean that it is the end.
All couples fight. Fighting doesn't mean that your relationship is over. Fighting is even healthy, to an extent. A fight can help you learn something about each other that you didn't already know. Once you make up you will feel stronger together.
REMEMBER: When you make up, it's over. Don't hold a grudge. There is no reason to be mad anymore, everything is all better.
The money situation is different in all relationships. Talk to your partner and agree on how to handle the money. Whether it's separate bank accounts or "what's mine is yours" keep his/her values in mind. When you agree, you agree. Nothing changes unless you both talk it through and AGREE. <magic word.
6: Be selfish.
When I say this I don't mean "this is mine, that is yours". I mean be selfish with your partner. No one else can have him/her. He/she is yours. Your partner wants to know that you want him/her and that you don't want anyone else. You want your partner to know that he/she is yours.
7: Get jealous.
It is extremely cute when your partner gets jealous. I am not talking about "you been where? With who?!" I'm talking about the "pay attention to me". Fighting for attention is half of the fun. Just don't forget: your partner still deserves the MOST attention. Don't leave your partner wondering why you don't want to talk to him/her.
8: Know your partner's limits.
Not everyone wants to be hugged and kissed on all of the time. Know how your partner feels about PDA and personal space. If your partner is aggravated, he/she might not want you to comfort him/her. Know how your partner handles different situations and wether or not they need you to help them through.
9: Don't forget to say I love you.
Those three words have a whole lot of meaning. Don't forget to tell your partner how much he/she means to you. Wether it's to help him/her through a hard time, or just a simple, random text to put a smile on his/her face. Always say I love you. Anything could happen that day. He/she needs to know how you feel.
10: Trust your partner.
Trust is a key part to every relationship. Your partner loves you and will not do anything to hurt you. You should trust him/her with your life. You also have to trust that he/she will not hurt you emotionally. It's hard to open up sometimes, but you should trust your partner with your heart. He/she should trust you just as much as you trust him/her.
REMEMBER: He/she loves you and WILL NOT cheat on you.