Top 5 Relationship Tips after 17 years

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After 17 years together, we offer our Top 5 Relationship Tips!

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“Relationship Advice – Divorce to Happily Married”

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  1. I had no idea you’d known each other since you were 10! So sweet. Thank you for giving such great advice… As a child of a family that has collectively been divorced 8 times (working on 10…), examples of healthy/successful relationships aren’t plentiful… Love you both and happy 19 years!

  2. Great videoI would add to that that it’s a good idea to read, learn and grow together. My husband and I (together 15 years) read and watch a lot of documentaries together so we learn and grow together, rather than apart. We still learn and do things independently as well, which I think is just as important.
    I would also add to what you said about not worrying about what other people think or say about your relationship. We are both atheist, vegan, minimalists (freelance artists, entrepreneurs) who are in a very happy, loving, open (we can see other people if we want) relationship. We don’t let culture dictate who to worship, what to eat, who to love, etc. We didn’t start out that way, but we evolved together because we make an effort to communicate and think about things rationally rather than just coming at everything with a pre-scripted, reactionary mentality.
    “Sex at Dawn” is a great read, by the way, for people who are struggling with the structure of a monogamous relationship. Open relationships are not for everyone, but I think it’s important to understand why our culture is set up the way it is and that we don’t necessarily have to prescribe to that scripted way of living. Together we can invent our own way of relating to one-another and the world at large. Having the courage to forge your own path together can be so liberating. “Mating in Captivity” is also a good read.
    You two are adorable. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Great tips My husband and I been married for 8 years together for 10.My tips would be1. Of course communication and honesty. What’s a relationship without communicating and being honest.2. Have date nights…we try to all the time get out together and go do something fun.3. Stick up for one another don’t ever let someone else outside of your relationship bash your significant other.4. Don’t try to change the person you are with. Accept them for who they are and let them change in their own timing.5. And yep have fun together. I’d have to say my husband is my best friend and we have so much fun together. Making each other laugh and we never have a dull moment in our house.

  4. Any tips for a vegan in a serious relationship with a non-vegan? That’s what I’ve gotten myself into.. was vegan for a few months before I met my love, and now that it’s become one of my top life purposes and entire belief system, my partner not being vegan is becoming an issue. They swear they’ll never go vegan…

  5. Relationships should not translate Into dogleash. Both still have the right for a life of their own. The Husband should be your best friend that takes your stress away not give It to you. I find respect more important than Love.

  6. Can I just say I think so highly of you both. Your honesty, compassion and intelligence is very much appreciated. You have such a great understanding of how this crazy world works. Thank you x

  7. That was a very lovely video…(so are a lot of others from you). 🙂

    So, here are my personal tips:
    1.) Have some good quality me-time. Spend it with things you really like and celebrate your own self. This is your unbirthday, bake a cake and enjoy your day…alone.
    2.) Have some good quality we-time. Go on an adventure and experience something new. That makes for great memories you can remember later…together! (That can be something big like a cruise or just a little picnic.)
    3.) Laugh and find ways to make each other laugh.
    4.) Use “please”, “thank you” and “I’m sorry” and get rid of “Blablabla, BUT…”
    5.) Your are not dependent on your partner, yet don’t avoid help! Real independence is shown by knowing you could do it yourself and still accepting help because you know it’s nice if someone does it for/with you.

  8. I agree with all the tips you mentioned. I especially put weight on “TALK” in my relationship with my boyfriend. We work on issues and life events as a team and talk for better solutions together. Until I met him and start this relationship, I did not know that having someone who always has my back and supports me whenever I need help is such a blessing. I can not be excited even more to share more life experiences in our life. Again, thank you for the video 🙂

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