However, going through his or her cell phone, email, Facebook, and mail isn't helping to foster a good relationship. Stop spying and depend on solid communications to tell you what you need to know.
But if you've become a perpetual bum, clean up your act so your partner knows you're still engaged in keeping things up.
Instead, focus on what you two have together, not what you think other people have. (Pssst, Joe probably leaves the toilet seat up, and Jill is likely high-maintenance. Their lives aren't perfect either.
6. Not Listening
Make time to stop what you're doing and hear what they have to say. They'll appreciate you for it, and your reward will be a closer connection you two share.
7. Losing Your Cool
If there is real anger lurking, open up and work things out. If small things are setting you off, get a grip. Most things aren't important enough to spoil a good relationship over.
When you put in the effort to get your bad habits under control, you're telling your significant other how important he or she is to you and how much you value the relationship. Your return is their willingness to be the best they can be for you.
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