7 secrets of a healthy dating relationship
At the end of the two minutes, either person has the right to say they need to get back to what they were doing and the other person can't be sad or offended.
For those two minutes you are not allowed to check a cell phone, answer a child, think of other tasks you need to do.
There’s no way to change this about us, but we will make time for you if you ask. We want to spend time with you, we just need to know when it’s coming so we can be out of our heads when it happens. In other words, we analyze everything — especially feelings.
When you understand this, you unlock a treasure trove of INTJ insights: INTJs are so honest that we easily rub people the wrong way.
We've been using this rule for over 10 years now and it's my favorite thing.
Even our children know that when mom and daddy are having two minutes they cannot bug us." "Volunteering together keeps the spark alive in our relationship by connecting us to something bigger than our own problems.
We've made it a practice to only say supportive and kind things to each other in public and save disagreements for when we're alone. It's worked for us for 26 years." "We've always liked to watch TV shows and movies together, but it was hard when one of us was traveling.
So we decided to watch our show together on the phone (or Face Time).
and they respect that." —"I've had to learn over the course of our relationship to say 'yes' to sex as often as I can, even if I'm not 100 percent in the mood.
We don't have a perfect relationship, but we have a really great one.
And nothing is sexier than seeing him help someone in need." "We decided early on is that we would never ever put each other down or say anything negative about the other one in front of others.
We will be a dedicated partner who supports you in achieving your goals.
But we can also seem distant, quick to judge, and at times, clueless about others’ feelings.