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When you find someone that you really like, you can use the term this one is a keeper. Well, once you find someone you really love and that someone is really good to you want to hold onto that person and you don’t want to lose them. But what can you do to hold on to them. There are no rules and no guidelines to help you hold on to them. All you can do is do what you are doing. Treat them with respect and love them as you want to be loved yourself. You know the saying do unto others as you would have done unto you. This applies.
If you are dating someone for a long time and the relationship seems to be progressing then just keep on doing what you are doing, if it’s not broke don’t fix it. Let things go on the way they have been. Don’t think about how good things are just live your life and let the relationship progress. Don’t do anything that you know is going to make the other person mad. We are not saying walk on eggshells we mean, don’t commit the relationship no-no’s . Don’t lie, cheat or steel or do anything that you know is going to cause problems.
Holding onto someone you love is a lot of work. Making a relationship work is hard. If you have a job that requires you to spend a lot of time in the office, plan a special day where you and your partner spend all day together, no cell phones, no computers just the two of you. Spending quality time together will keep you together. Keep the relationship fresh, do something romantic, have a nice home cooked candlelight dinner with flowers and their favorite meal and then a special night with candles and soft music, you can fill in the blanks.
Relationship killers are when you spend too much time working, too much time on the phone when you are together. If you want to have friends over for dinner, ask your partner first don’t spring it on them that Tom and Helen are coming in 20 minutes. Always keep a good line of communication open. Always be considerate of the other’s feelings and always say I love you at least 5 times or more a day. Send them an I love you text message. Write a note and leave it in their car so when they get in to go to work they will see it. Try to do something romantic as often as you can. Once you start doing it they will start and you will have romance everywhere.
There often is not a lot of romance in relationships especially when you have kids. Hire a babysitter and go out or send the kids to Grandma’s and have a romantic night at home. You do what you can as much as you can as long as the love is there you don’t have to worry.