Advice can differ. Family and friends have only good intentions and support in mind; others can spoil a relationship by giving bad advice out of jealousy. However, even the most sincere words of wisdom can sometimes have a very negative impact on a relationship. RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE, MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, MIND, EMOTION

We decided to figure out what kind of advice psychologists recommend avoiding at any cost if we want a relationship to be healthy and last longer. RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE, MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, MIND, EMOTION

Demand that your partner is romantic!”

Psychologists claim that there’s a certain romantic period in any relationship that commonly passes after some time. Partners can’t live forever like they’re in a romantic comedy, going crazy when they see each other. RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE, MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, MIND, EMOTION

That’s why you can’t demand that your partner is in the honeymoon phase of your relationship all the time. Every relationship has different phases of development, each with its own advantages. RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE, MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, MIND, EMOTION

“Stay quiet. Don’t make it worse.”

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It’s almost impossible to avoid conflict in a relationship. However, it is better to resolve conflicts when they occur. You shouldn’t suppress your feelings and wait until they break out one day because this will cause more damage to the marriage. Don’t play the victim card. Discuss your feelings with your partner instead. SHOW MORE

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