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Ways To A Happy Relationship
> Dating & Romance
Honesty in a relationship is key. Your partner has put their faith in you and expects you to shower them with honest opinions. If you drunkenly make a pass at someone, tell your partner: they deserve to know. If you hate sauce on your fries but are afraid of upsetting your other half, tell them: chances are they'll find it endearing.
Always be honest not only with your partner but also with yourself. It is mandatory. Losing trust is easy; gaining it once it's lost is hard.
GIVE AND TAKE:
You want your partner to shower you with gifts, right? Well, it is your duty to meet them half way. It is self-sufficient to not give your lover anything in response to a gift--even if it's just a kiss! So be thankful, always, and let them know how grateful you are.
When they say they love you, tell them you love them back. You never know what is around the corner.
KEEP IT OFF SOCIAL MEDIA:
You've all heard of Facebook, yes? Changing a relationship status does not define anything. Putting up a status about how lovely your romantic weekend was is pointless: the ugly truth is that most users will be rolling their eyes at the screen thinking 'No one cares.'
Some--maybe an ex or someone who has the hots for you--could get jealous and sabotage your relationship with a single comment.
PUT ASIDE PRECIOUS TIME FOR YOUR PARTNER:
Have a busy schedule? Can't find enough time to spend some much-needed romance with yours truly? If you find a small slot in your schedule, even if it's just an hour, spend it with them. I don't mean dedicate your entire life to them. For example: say you really want to finish a great book, but your partner wants to meet up on your break--read the book on your break, and spend the night with them, romantically or otherwise. You could even gush to them how good the book was!
There is not a more helpless feeling than when the person you love is upset. You want to take the pain away, but you're clueless as to how. So when they need a shoulder to cry on, support them. When they need to talk, listen. When there are no words, just hold them. When they are down, try your best to cheer them up--pulling funny faces works!
These acts of love will not take away their suffering, but communicates a message: We're in this together.
You've probably heard this a billion times before, but it's true. Always be yourself.
Be the person who wrinkles their nose when they smell an unwelcome stench and not the person who holds back. Speak your mind. Dance around the house if you want to. Sing to your favourite jam, even if you can't sing. Be opinionated. Don't hold anything back, because your partner is always wondering what is on your mind.
Just know yourself. Your limits and fears. Hopes and dreams. It's important.
The true secret to being happy? Be happy. That's all there is to it. People always say that first, you have to love yourself, otherwise no one will love you. But that's not true.
Someone, the right person, will love you for who you are, even if you don't know who that is.
AND DON'T FORGET TO SMILE:D
"By associating with wise people you will become wise yourself"