Stress, job and financial pressures, lack of time and lack of communication are the biggest killers when it comes to making relationships last.
Lorna Bukkland-Vitteta, a body language and relationship management expert, has revealed that couples are failing to make time for each other as they are consumed by stress, and are forgetting the rules of love, which are caring more and stressing less, News.com.au reported.
AdvertisementAccording to her, putting aside time every week to talk about issues, problems and anything that needs to be addressed in the relationship is crucial to maintain a healthy love-life.
She believes that to make love last, couples must find common areas of interest and make efforts to do things together.
Bukkland-Vitteta advises couples to speak to each other in person about important matters instead of communicating critical information or decisions via technology.
Lastly, saying sorry and giving in first during an argument helps as humility is a trait that solves many of the world's problems.
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