Being in a mature relationship means accepting each other as you are. When you are in a mature relationship, you feel supported in sharing information about events that have shaped you.
You feel comfortable talking about past transgressions and the lessons you learned along the way. Below are a few tips to make your relationship even stronger & mature!
#1. Allow your partner to live their truth
Amature relationship is free of judgments and unrealistic expectations. So, you’ll have to stop trying to change your partner. Committing means letting go of the idea that you are right and your partner is wrong.
It’s rarely either-you’re just different. Show maturity by accepting and respecting those differences.
#2. Make conversation a part of your day
Build better communication with your partner by finding multiple opportunities to interact and make small talk throughout the day.
Share your goals for the day over breakfast with a prompt like, “So what’s on your agenda today?” Talk at dinner by taking turns sharing peaks and pits of the day.
#3. Be an active listener
Immature relationships often consist of nonexistent communication patterns, which slowly destroy the Connection.
Mature partners must strive to keep the lines of communication open by giving and receiving, Listening is an especially big issue for many couples. So be sure to refreshen up your listening skills.
#4. Do what you say you will
When you don’t keep your word in relationship, your partner starts to doubt you and your commitment. Seemingly minor broken promises slowly eat away at the trust and bring insecurity into the relationship. Aim to be reliable, only make promises you can keep!
#5. Set & respect each other’s boundaries
As your relationship progresses, you and your partner should feel more comfortable communicating your personal boundaries. After boundaries have been Communicated, do your best to uphold and respect them. Doing so builds trust.
#6. Say what you mean, tactfully
Don’t beat around the bush or expect your partner to mind-read. If you want to voice an opinion or ask for a need to be met, speak up. However, do so tactfully without attacking your partner in the process. ‘I’ or ‘we’ statements can help you do this!
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