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Do the little things matter in a relationship?
Trust, communication, gratitude, commitment — these are all vital components of happy relationships. But sometimes, the little things are just as important. INSIDER asked 12 couples to share small things they swear by that keep their relationships strong. Here’s what they said.
What are the most common problems in a relationship?
The 10 most common problems people have in relationships – and how to solve them
- Arguments. Have rules for rows, such as taking time out, not swearing and sticking to the point.
- Growing apart.
How to help your children get along with other children?
If you have multiples and other children, spend special one-on-one time with each of your kids. Also, encourage your multiples to play separately with other children. Being able to be apart is a skill from which your children will benefit as they get older. Remember, all siblings fight or argue.
How to deal with teenage girls and friends?
Use caution when discussing their friends. During the teen years, girls shift their focus from family to their tribe of friends — and this tribe might be doing things you don’t approve of.
Why is my daughter excluded from her friends?
Her daughter is the victim of what’s called relational aggression. For reasons she might never understand, her three close friends have built a new alliance and excluded her. They taunt her, spread rumors about her, and leave her out of their activities, encouraging others to do the same.
Why do women like to gossip about other women?
A new girl at work, a new neighbor, or just a hot girl you saw at the movies with your so-called friend, women and gossip have an everlasting bond. Women love gossiping about other women, about their clothes, makeup, walking style, lame boyfriends, or unnecessary tantrums. 11. They are made to believe all their life, to protect what’s theirs.