Too many people talk about tolerance, but great couples don't "tolerate" each other's quirks and differences — they accept them.
Being honest is mostly an individual decision, based on self-worth, self-confidence, and knowing you/your actions are accepted — even with flaws and mistakes.
Many people confuse attention with respect. Attention is great, and it shows love, desire, connection, and passion.
In today's temporary relationship-driven society, loyalty has largely turned situational, meaning that many people have only become as loyal as their current wants, needs, desires, and opportunities.
Successful couples recognize that technology is a tool for their individual and joint use, but it doesn't disconnect them from their relationship.
Everyone wants to feel loved, and sustaining physical connection is a big part of that.
Laughter makes everyone smile, feel great, and works like magic to build, maintain, or restore balance (and attraction) in your relationship.
Arguments in a relationship are normal. It's how you handle them and repair communication that makes your relationship last.
Today, there is an epidemic of over-sharing, and in relationships, this is often a death sentence. Bottom line: What happens in your relationship isn't for public consumption. It's none of anyone's business.