Relationship Goals: Ways to Achieve Realistic Love

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13 thoughts on “Relationship Goals: Ways to Achieve Realistic Love”

  1. I think having a plan is important, but I have to assume all couples talk about the things you listed. It doesn’t make sense to stay with someone who doesn’t have similar interests and goals.

  2. These are very helpful tips. I agree loving deeper than the surface is really the key for a relationship to work.

  3. Great tips! I think now a days people quit too quickly on relationships! I think if we learn to work stuff out then we will have much more mature marriage.

  4. The great thing about relationship tips is they apply to all relationships, not just marriage or dating. All kinds of relationships need positive reinforcement. (Not saying you need to love your co-worker, but you know what I mean!)

  5. It is definitely important to talk about what you both want in the future. If your goals don’t align then it’s hard. Thanks for sharing these.

  6. I remember having a discussion about all these things before I got married. It was important to me to make sure our values aligned on important issues. Thanks for sharing the great tips!

  7. You’ve got a good list. I am no expert in the area, and doubt I will endeavor into the world of romance ever again. I thought I was married to my true love for a very long time, turns out I wasn’t. But that’s okay. I’m finally getting over that mountain, and I’m not unhappy. 🙂

  8. Communication is key to a happy relationship. It is not healthy to keep things bottled up. I like to set goals for myself. I will have to share this post with my Sister.

  9. These are all important things to discuss when you are in a relationship. Communication helps keep the relationship running smoothly.

  10. You have a lot of great and valid points here. We were in love and googly eyed from the beginning but knew that love was not just emotion, it was work and a commitment.

  11. Open communication is key for us to have the love we have. Our bad days come when we’re being quiet with each other, for sure.

  12. Finding love is one of the most difficult things you can do, but it’s so rewarding too! I don’t know where I’d be without my husband!

  13. This is a great piece. I have been with my husband for 15 years and it is because we did set goals in our marriage to attain together.

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