Sleeping separately! For anyone that sleeps with a snorer or something that violently tosses and turns, this might sound incredible. While concern can arise about if it will affect your intimacy, separate sleeping arrangements can be mutually beneficial. A well-rested couple is a happy couple, after all.
1. Liking different things. While a couple of common hobbies are essential to a relationship, having your own idea of what’s fun, and different interests can help your relationship thrive.
2. Going on business trips or vacations on your own.
Back in the day, tittering housewives may have gossiped that this means your man is cheating on you or vice versa, but traveling solo and having your own adventures can actually be very beneficial. So spend the weekend apart and don’t stress about it!
3.Doing your own thing socially once in a while instead of just always bringing your partner along. Not bringing them doesn’t mean you’re engaging in something illicit, it just means you’re comfortable in your own identity, and it’s a healthy activity.
4.Being a not totally open book about your past.
If it’s a deal-breaking or something that may affect your relationship, by all means, please don’t omit. But if you feel like the past may hinder your present, or you’re not ready to share, don’t stress about it! It doesn’t make you dishonest.
5.Trying dirty talk or experimenting with something that makes you feel awkward in the bedroom. You can expand your sexual experiences together, and even giggle about it! Being pen in this world will make it less scary to ask for what you want, and figure it out.