All of us think that our relationship would improve the second our partner changes some things about his behavior. However, is this really always the case?
Are there some things YOU could do to become a better girlfriend and make your relationship work out for the best?
Well, here is exactly what you should start doing differently if you want to achieve this.
The best thing you can do is to take your relationship slowly, instead of rushing it.
Remember that good things take time and you can’t expect to build a perfect relationship overnight.
If you belong to this sign, you need to be aware that a relationship is a two-way street.
This means that sometimes you have to take your partner’s opinion into consideration as well. You two are equals in this union, and your wishes and desires are in no way more important than his.
If you want for it to work out, You’ll have to get your sh*t together and start taking this relationship a little more seriously.
Not everything is a game and you can’t expect to have a honeymoon phase forever.
I know you want to keep your relationship as interesting as possible for as long as possible, but it’s time to grow up and realize that just because you’ve lost the butterflies, it doesn’t mean that you don’t love your partner anymore.
When it comes to your mistakes, you’re not doing anything wrong regarding your relationship – you’re making the wrong moves toward yourself.
Instead of putting so much effort into your relationship, start focusing a little more on yourself.
I assure you that by doing this, your partner will consider you way more interesting and he’ll appreciate you more.
Stop being so in love with yourself and stop putting your ego in front of your feelings.
Your pride is important, but it is not more important than your relationship or significant other.
There is nothing humiliating in following your heart and, from time to time, being the first one to call or ask for reconciliation.
If you want to become a better girlfriend, you need to learn to give your partner a break.
Continue being supportive and keep on pushing him forward and believing in him, but don’t expect him to change all of his personality just for you.
Don’t insist on making him perfect and don’t force him to fit into your imaginary standards.
Be clearer about your emotions and, for once, let your guard down.
Even though you two are in a labelled relationship, the truth is that your partner has a hard time figuring you out or realizing where he stands.
Take initiative and show him that he’s important to you as much as you’re important to him.
Stop being so obsessed about your partner going behind your back – by constantly accusing him of something he didn’t do, you’ll just succeed in chasing him away.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that you should let him play you for a fool or that you shouldn’t listen to your gut, but it’s time to cut him some slack because your behavior won’t lead you anywhere good.
You might not see it, but the truth is that your partner feels emotionally neglected next to you, even though he’s never actually said it.
It’s time you dedicate more of your time and energy to him and show him how much you really care.
Don’t worry, this doesn’t have to mean that you’ll be left without any personal space.
Stop putting your ambitions and goals in front of your partner and give him the place he deserves on your priority list.
Yes, it’s great that your relationship hasn’t killed the spark in you and that you still pursue your dreams, but at least have the decency to include him in them.
Learn to verbalize your emotions.
You’re right in thinking that actions are way more valuable than words, but even men like to hear that they’re loved from time to time.
Pay a compliment to your significant other or use some other way to make him feel important and wanted.
Work on communication. You can’t expect your partner to magically know what’s going inside your head and act accordingly.
Instead, talk to him about everything you need and want, and I assure you, it will be worth it.