100 Top Tips for an Amazing Relationship

Does it always seem that your relationships are doomed? That you’re always picking the wrong girl or guy? That no matter how hard you try in a relationship it just doesn’t seem to last? Well, we’ve collected the top one hundred sites on the internet that may help you get a fix on your relationship woes. Even if you have a great relationship with your significant other, these sites are bound to help you make it stronger, healthier and more vibrant than ever. If it’s worth having, it’s worth the investment. Life is better when it’s shared with someone special.

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Relationship Advice

  1. Love deeply but leave something for yourself.
  2. Learn to detach yourself from anyone or any notion that doesn’t line up to your values and standards.
  3. Don’t love more than your willingness to love yourself.
  4. Appreciate what life still has to offer while you can.
  5. Never laugh at your wife’s choices…you are one of them.
  6. Spend time with each other but also spend time away from each other.
  7. Listen to your partner and let him/her talk. You don’t have to win every argument.
  8. Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
  9. Fall in love with a person, not their potential.
  10. Let no one else determine your own worth but you.
  11. Take each step of your relationship slowly
  12. Don’t compare your past with your present relationship.
  13. Be focused on your partner and give your whole attention to him
  14. Trials are just there to strengthen the bond of a relationship.
  15. Start with your own happiness.
  16. We come to love not by finding a perfect person, but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly.
  17. In the most successful relationships, both partners are givers.
  18. Real love happens when infatuation ends.
  19. Only when we learn to loves ourselves will we be able to love everyone in our lives.
  20. A good relationship is about navigating the numerous differences between you. It’s those differences that make life more interesting.
  21. Make your partner feel appreciated by noticing the things you love about them and telling them that you love those things about them.
  22. The longer you’ve been married, the more you should let domestic violence slide (NOT!).
  23. You can’t put boundaries on someone else—only yourself.
  24. Relationships should be based on equal balances of power.
  25. You have to take ego out of the relationship.
  26. Don’t keep score or be stingy when dealing with finances in a relationship or marriage.
  27. Laugh with each other! Happiness leads to more happiness, after all.
  28. Get out of your comfort zone when it comes to dating and relationships.
  29. It’s not a good idea to force yourself to do anything that repels you.
  30. Start to practice self-acceptance within yourself and then turn that loving energy outward toward others.
  31. Having positive experiences with each other can improve the bond.
  32. Remember what kind of environment you want to create in your relationship.
  33. Evaluate your relationship contract frequently and look at the boundaries you have set in your relationship.
  34. In a relationship, learn how to complain and not criticize.
  35. Relationship advice from the right sources can help make your search for `the one’ much easier.
  36. Dependence can bring you as much happiness as a partner. Your relationship doesn’t have to define you.
  37. If you want your marriage to last, then tune in to those who’ve been there and done that.
  38. Let your man know that you still desire him and that he is attractive.
  39. Start doing those crunches as studies revealed that men and women are attracted to lean and flat stomachs.
  40. Love ties us to the people in our lives who help teach us who we are.
  41. Quality time is spending time with each other, without being distracted by other things around you.
  42. The ability to keep a relationship does not matter if it’s long or short, the ability to make it work lies with you and your partner.
  43. Being in a relationship is not about how much you can get, but what you can give.

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Relationship Problems

  1. When it comes to heavy and intense discussions, wait until both you and your partner are calm and receptive to discuss difficult issues.
  2. Devote your time to understanding one another.
  3. With mutual understanding and love every problem is solvable.
  4. Keep your relationship problems off social media.
  5. Overanalyzing will get you nowhere.
  6. Keep an eye on the issue and you will be surprised at how easy it is to eliminate it.
  7. Discussing money issues on a regular basis helps couples stay on the same page and plan a future together they both want.
  8. The easiest way to ensure that your partner won’t hurt you again is by letting them know why you’re upset the first time around.



  1. Leave little reminders of how much you love each other.
  2. Go out on dates just once or twice a week – it’ll keep the love and excitement on a high for a long time.
  3. Think about playful ways to surprise your partner
  4. Do what you did in the beginning of a relationship and there won’t be an end.
  5. Quality time is crucial to any relationship.
  6. You don’t have to wait for a special occasion to give small presents to show your love.

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  1. Know what you need and then ask for it. You’re dating a human, not a magical psychic.
  2. Do compliment each other.
  3. Admit when you’re wrong, shut up when you’re right.
  4. Think before you say something you might regret.
  5. Honesty is the best policy. But being mindful of someone’s feelings is also very important.
  6. Try to talk with your partner about how you impact each other.
  7. Be more concerned with being kind, than with being right.
  8. Talk about your problems, no matter what.
  9. Great communication skills are the most important thing.
  10. You have to learn to be a critic without criticizing.
  11. Get over needing to be right. Learning to say “I was wrong” is a skill worth learning.

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Do’s and Don’ts

  1. Stop posting every single detail of your relationship on social media
  2. Remember that every couple is different in their own respective ways, because people love and show their love in different ways.
  3. Refrain from talking negatively about your partner, even in front of your friends.
  4. Misreading the signals can be disastrous, so do the groundwork and find out if he/she is really interested.
  5. There’s never a right moment to break up with someone, but there’s always a right way to do it.
  6. Learn to let go of a relationship and accept that moving on is the right thing to do.
  7. Care more about pleasing your partner than yourself.
  8. Don’t say to your partner that everyone loved your ex.
  9. Be spiritual together with your partner.
  10. Your partner should be someone you can be yourself with at the best of times and the worst of times.

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Relationship Questions

  1. If you expect a significant other to contribute to your finances the way a spouse would, you may be disappointed.
  2. When it comes to dating, it’s better not to rely on social media to gauge the character of a possible love.
  3. Happiness shouldn’t be dependent on or defined by a relationship.
  4. Talk about the future with your partner. Sit down and be clear where are you heading.
  5. There are ways to be smarter about moving forward in a relationship.
  6. Set aside some special time when you are both relaxed and creative.
  7. Take time to learn about one another before jumping into marriage.
  8. Before getting married, ask yourself if you can tolerate each other at your worst.
  9. Always consider each other’s financial goals, obstacles and limits.
  10. Good marriages grow and change as the partners grow and change. Know how to adapt your marriage to your growing, changing selves.
  11. If you’re not ready to be fully responsible, you’re not ready for a relationship.
  12. Our challenge in a relationship is to deal with differences constructively.

Saving Marriage

  1. Deciding to marry someone should never be solely based on their physical appearance.
  2. You have more power in your love, respect, personality and magnetism than you do when you try to be controlling.
  3. Real love increases communication, increases empathy, increases and deepens emotional and spiritual feelings
  4. You are responsible for finding your own happiness, and through that your joy will spill over into your relationship and your love.
  5. Love doesn’t make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.
  6. The best time to learn relationship skills is at the start of the relationship.
  7. Keep in mind that every relationship is different and what works for one couple may not work for you.
  8. Don’t try to change what you fell for.
  9. Nobody in your marriage should be working harder than the other.
  10. Share moments that only you two can understand.

Only in the movies or in romance novels do people live happily ever after. Every relationship needs time, patience and effort if it’s going to last. Remember, if you hit a speed wobble in your relationship, or things just seem to have become old hat, tired and dull, it doesn’t mean the relationship is doomed. It just means you need to apply some TLC. You’re bound to find something in these one hundred sites that will help. Bookmark or pocket the link to this blog so that you always have it within easy reach if you need some relationship tips.

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