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Number three is super important.
When you're still in the stage of your relationship where you have sex every time you see each other and fall asleep spooning every night, a small part of you might wonder (and worry) if this great thing in your
It just keeps getting better.
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Make time for your relationship and the sex will follow.
We all know relationships are ever-changing. While you may have been ripping each other's pants off and having sex five times a day at the beginning, work/general life stresses can get in the way once you're more comfortable
'When's the wedding?'
If being single attracts unwanted inquiries and opinions from the people in your life, being in a long-term relationship is no different. Being constantly bombarded with statements and questions that are just a) annoying AF; b) state the obvious; or c)
"How do you know? You've been with one guy for aaaages..."
1. "How do you spice it up?" As if it weren't already spicy. When you're in a really, really good relationship, you don't have to search for spices-they're just there in infinite supply.
You don't want to fight about money, seriously.
1. Where he wants to live.Does he want to stay in the Philippines or live somewhere abroad? Does he want a city life or the laidback rural life? Does he plan on living with his parents in the long run? Does
Like go on dates!
1. Go on dates.Just because you've been together for a long time doesn't mean you should stop going to the movies or having romantic dinners. In fact, relationship expert and marriage counselor Michele Weiner-Davis says it's important
Your connection is undeniable.
1. You know his family and friends. He's introduced you to them as his girlfriend and he's also told you some stories about fun and not-so-fun times with them. It's as if you know them as well
Ugh, people are so rude.
1. When do you think he's going to propose? On any given day, I am panicking about whether or not I left my straightener on and/or if anyone notices when I text under my desk. I am not worried about
It's hard to maintain a relationship when you're both busy with your own lives, but these tricks will help you keep the spark alive.
1. Leave little notes. If your guy is heading out of town, pack a few notes in his suitcase that tell him how you can't wait for his return, says psychiatrist Paul Dobransky, author of The Secret Psychology of How We
A visit to his home gives you a whole new view of his long-term potential. How do your guy's living habits rate on the commitment scale? Take this quiz to find out!
The basketball and TV star chats with Cosmo exclusively about his professional and private lives, and how to make a long-term relationship last.
Twenty-five-year-old basketball heartthrob Chris Tiu has been beloved by both fangirls (of all ages) and youngsters alike, ever since his days as team captain for the Ateneo Blue Eagles. He gained legions of fans and admirers with his discipline