Tell him you love him: Each time he has a bad day at work, says something embarrassing in front of your friends, does a household chore wrong, take a moment and make him feel loved. After all you would love it too right?
Have your own life: No man is ever going to say this to you, but it is important to have your own set of friends, passions and hang-outs. Couple acts are good but every once in a while take a break and be by yourself and your girls.
Don’t be mentally accompanied: Your ex is an ex for a reason and no matter how badly he broke your heart constant comparisons between him and your current flame helps no one.
Hold passionate conversations: No this is not what you are thinking! When with your man, say what you really want to. Tell him about your dreams, your passions without having the fear of sounding un-cool. Just be yourself and avoid an act.
Lend an attentive ear: While men lack on this bit, we don’t. Lend a supportive shoulder and an attentive ear and get to know the real him with all his insecurities and unfulfilled dreams. It will help you know him better and understand his behavior.
Let him be the hero: Everyone needs positive affirmations from time to time. Let you man know that you appreciate him and he makes you happy.
Tell him what you want: Men are just wired differently and you might have to spell out really obvious things for them to understand. So if he says no to attending your best friend’s birthday bash, don’t just say ‘fine’ and expect him to know that he has to be there. Look him in the eye and say it.
Be emotionally mature: Handle the differences in your relationship in a mature manner. Rather than charting blame or criticising, acknowledge the problem and work towards it.