How do couples go from loved-up to bickering like George Costanza’s parents on Seinfeld? It doesn’t happen overnight. Without investing the work in your relationship, it will crumble, leaving both partners unhappy and dissatisfied.
But why does this happen if you love each other? Relationships are only as strong as you make them. And that’s why so many of them are destroyed by one seemingly simple mistake that can tear everything apart.
The biggest mistake people make in romantic relationships is that they don’t learn how to grow together and become better partners for each other. In new relationships, things only stay on the surface and never dig deeper. In well-established relationships, quality time together is often shuffled to the side in favor of silently watching TV side-by-side rather than interacting.
Fortunately, there’s a new way to strengthen any romantic relationship so that both partners are fulfilled. Backed by relationship psychology, it can help you both get on the same page, both literally and figuratively.