These days due to change in environment, needs and various other things the complication in a marriage and divorce cases are increasing day by day. No matter how long you've been together, there are some simple, fundamental rules of the road. Putting them into practice isn't always easy, but it is critical. Make your relationship stronger, and the good stuff—fun, sex, trust, affection will be better than ever. Here are 4 tips for long lasting marriage.
Communication: Communication is critical to successful long-term relationships. Sometimes we begin to keep things inside because we don’t want to bother our partner but be honest with your partner. In some cases, we may want to hang on to certain emotions because we feel it puts us in a position of power. It is important to avoid building walls or coloring the truth when it comes to how we’re feeling.
Personal space: At present time space is very important. For some people it almost feels unnatural to be apart. But the truth is, we all need our space, even if that need doesn’t ever or often make it to the level of consciousness. And, absence truly does make the heart grow fonder. It is very important for a successful marriage to provide each other personal space.
Trust: Love is temporary trust is permanent, you may heard of these phrase. All of these strategies will help you build up trust, which is key to having happy, lasting relationships. Always keep a personal evaluation of your relationship's level of trust in the back of your mind. How much do you trust the other person to act in ways that match your mental model of that person. Keep the trust of other person and keep the trust on other trust.
Honesty: Not only in marriage but in every relationship honesty is very important. Exhibit vulnerability, share secrets, and be generous in your offers to compromise. If the other person shows themselves trustworthy, then commit more to the relationship.
Respect each other’s opinions: Always the opinion of two people can’t be same. Two minds behave differently. It is important to remember that no one wants to win or lose in the relationship. Both of you need to respect each other’s opinions. Arguments, when made healthily, can help give another person a better perspective. So respect each other opinion.