Does this sound familiar?

You’ve been together for a while now and have reached the ‘comfortable’ stage in your relationship.

You sometimes forget to shave your legs, he doesn’t call as often in the day as he should. You’re both in the habit of watching television during dinnertime or playing around on Facebook instead of actually talking to each other.

These are all examples of bad habits in a relationship that need to be nipped in the bud if you want to grow together and become even more intimate.

Each relationship is unique with each couple experiencing different bad habits that they need to break.

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Here are the top 3 more general relationship bad habits that tend to affect most relationships:

• Assuming – never assume! Never assume that your partner knows you love him/her and that you don’t need to say it, never assume that your partner won’t mind if you stay late at work without calling. Whatever the scenario, the point is ‘don’t make assumptions, communicate!’

• Taking each other for granted – avoid the mindset that because your partner is in a relationship with you, it is his/her duty to do things to please you. Even though it is crucial to be kind to each other, don’t forget to thank your partner for what he/she does and to appreciate each other.

• Disrespecting – it’s never ok to disrespect your partner. Whether it’s disrespect in front of the kids, in front of others or even in private when it’s just the two of you, it’s not ok. Mutual respect is key to any strong, healthy relationship.

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Why would you need to flirt with your partner? The deal’s been sealed, right?

Most couples forget how to flirt with each other but this is a really important step in keeping the romance alive.

Remember the fun that you used to have flirting with each other and the intimacy that it used to lead up to?

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Here is relationship advice on how to bring flirting back into your healthy relationship: 
• Dress the part: no one feels like flirting (or being flirted with) in a robe and slippers. Pretend that you are dressing up for a blind. date – put on something that makes you feel attractive, spray on some perfume/cologne and spare no effort to feel and look your best.

• No distractions: put the kids to bed early, get a babysitter; do whatever it takes to let you focus on each other.

• Be impulsive: try slip some impulsive flirting into your day. No matter how busy you are, there is always time for a quick flirtatious text or email.

• Flirting only please! make sure to flirt and only to flirt. Don’t complain about your busy day or add in a reminder about your daughter’s school play. Keep it just about the two of you.

• Make it exciting: role play a chance meeting in a bar, be suggestive, find creative ways to flirt, seduce and tease.

Don’t hold back in bringing romance and flirtation back into your healthy relationship. You’ll find that it takes your relationship (no matter how long you’ve been together) to a whole new, fresh level.

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