Thursday, 2 April 2015

Love and Relationship - The 50 secrets to a happy married life

Even though honesty, trust and a good sense of humour hold the top three rank for the most important factors in a relationship, there are some other elements that are also key to having a long lasting love.

Even though honesty, trust and a good sense of humour hold the top three rank for the most important factors in a relationship, there are some other elements that are also key to having a long lasting love.

A new survey conducted on British couples concerning the secrets to a happy marriage, having separate toilets, two cars and televisions all got the vote.
Love and Relationship - The 50 secrets to a happy married life
Having regular sex came up at number 20 on the list of 50 marriage tips, from a poll of 2,000 couples. The survey was carried out to mark the launch of a new book, How to Seduce Your Wife (or Anyone Else's).

Other things that feature in the top 50 secrets include getting along with each other's friends and family, not having ex-partners on your Facebook friends list and maintaining separate bank accounts.

Happy couples also revealed that trust, remembering birthdays and anniversaries and saying 'I love you' regularly help to keep a relationship happy and harmonious.

Andy Gibney, author of the book, said: "Trust, compromise and honesty are generally regarded as the most important things in a marriage but for most people, it's not that simple.

"In the modern world, marriages are having to survive against a host of new technology with many couple falling out over what to watch on the TV or one or both of you spending too much time focusing on your computers, tablets or mobile phones.

"Romance is also an important factor, whether this is a surprise gift, a date night or simply some quality time together.

"After being married for a while, it's easy to find you are stuck in a rut and not really paying each other any attention, but hopefully some of these 'secrets' will be helpful."

Read on to find out the 50 secrets to a happy marriage:
  1. Trusting each other
  2. Same sense of humour
  3. Always being honest with each other
  4. Remember birthdays and anniversaries
  5. Accepting each other's faults
  6. Compromising
  7. Saying 'I love you' regularly
  8. Knowing when to say sorry
  9. Being able to laugh at each other
  10. Having a similar outlook on life
  11. Regular hugs/cuddles
  12. Always kiss each other goodnight
  13. The occasional romantic gesture
  14. Considering your partner to be your best friend
  15. Sharing the parenting duties
  16. Always kiss each other goodbye in the mornings
  17. Having some shared hobbies and interests
  18. Always talk about a problem rather than bottling it up
  19. Ask each other about their day
  20. Regular sex
  21. Having some different hobbies and interests
  22. Knowing when to give each other some space
  23. Never going to sleep on an argument
  24. Regular holidays/mini breaks
  25. Having similar aims and ambitions
  26. Having the odd argument or disagreement
  27. Continuing to make an effort to look nice for your partner
  28. Getting on with each other's family
  29. Setting aside quality time for each other
  30. Holding hands when you are out and about
  31. Regularly complimenting each other
  32. Having your own friends as well as mutual friends
  33. Two TVs in the house
  34. Getting on with each other's friends
  35. Each having a car
  36. Still shaving/grooming
  37. Each having equal share of the lie-ins when you have children
  38. Separate bank accounts
  39. Having regular nights out with friends, without your partner
  40. Surprise gifts/presents
  41. Not being friends with ANY ex-partners on Facebook
  42. A rota to divide up the household chores
  43. Regular date nights
  44. Two bathrooms/toilets
  45. Not having one person hogging the remote control
  46. Similar working hours
  47. Knowing each other's passcode for their phone
  48. A secret stash of cash they know nothing about
  49. Keeping some things private (not going to the toilet in front of each other etc)
  50. A night or two a week where neither of you use computers/laptops/phones etc.


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