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4 Daily Habits that Can Hamper Your Relationship

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Associate Editor

4 Daily Habits that Can Hamper Your RelationshipA marriage is made up of not just the big moments — the wedding, moving in together, starting a family — but of an infinite many small moments.

It’s what partners do day-to-day that affects the health, happiness and well-being of their relationship. In other words, daily habits can make or break your connection with your partner.

Below, two relationship experts share the four habits that may unwittingly hamper your relationship.

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4 Daily Habits that Can Hamper Your Relationship

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  1. I have a somewhat self-absorbed husband who doesn’t think that he’s self-centered. He used to be expressive but of late, the daily affections come and go. How do I increase his expression rate without nagging? Demonstration doesn’t get through and only makes me look like the needy one.

  2. One issue that I have noticed about couples is that one will cut the other off in mid sentence. If that isn’t a relationship killer…
    How can you hear me when you won’t let me talk.

  3. Right. When couples are in love, they show a lot of response to each others feelings. But the growth of intimacy gradually makes them cold. Relationship is a plant that should be taken care of, regularly.

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