Happiness in a relationship may seem like a given, however, as we all know, it is much harder to achieve in a long term capacity. With divorce rates continuing to rise, more must be said to maintaining happiness in an intimate relationship.
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Learning to co-exist again is part of this process. Rather than living in large communities, our circles have diminished quite substantially. This affects how we view our partners and the roles each plays in the others’ life. Rather than remaining in an isolationist need for happiness, opening oneself up to their partner allows for greater possibilities of increased happiness and a strengthening of intimacy.
In order to succeed as a couple, coexisting and intimacy must be worked on and remain a focus, rather than simply a given.
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