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25 Must-Follow Relationship Rules for Happy Love

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Like everything else, successful love too is based on a few rules. Follow these relationship rules and we assure you, love will feel like a bed of roses.

relationship rules for successful love

To many people, love is tricky and confusing.

And to many others, love is just a mirage.

They may be in a relationship and still never experience true love.

But every new relationship has the potential to blossom into something spectacular and wonderful, just as long as you remember the relationship rules that matter the most.

Relationship rules for successful love

There are a few relationship rules that can change a drifting relationship into a romantic one.

But as trivial and simple as they may seem, it’s something that needs a lot of effort and dedication to achieve.

Someone once said that falling in love should be effortless.

True, falling in love is easy, but staying in love always needs a bit of work. Just as long as working on a relationship feels less like work and more like fun, you should be just fine.

25 relationship rules that matter

Follow these relationship rules in your own relationship, irrespective of whether it’s new or old. As long as you’re committed to creating a better relationship, you’d have no trouble creating a magical experience out of love.

#1 Try your best to love your partner unconditionally even if it seems hard not to be selfish. [Read: What is unconditional love?]

#2 Think from your partner’s perspective when it comes to matters of the heart.

#3 End an argument as soon as possible, even if hugging your partner is the last thing on your mind. [Read: How to fight fair in a relationship]

#4 Make love regularly, but never allot times for it. Scheduling a time for sex makes it a chore that can start to become a bore.

#5 Communicate with each other and grow together in love, but never grow apart with lack of communication as the years pass by. [Read: How to communicate in love]

#6 Learn to give space to each other to become better individuals. Even the closest of relationships need some alone time to miss each other now and then. [Read: The importance of space in a relationship]

#7 Never take each other for granted. This is the easiest way to fall prey to affairs and arguments.

#8 Say a white lie when you need to, especially if it’s a little lie that won’t change your relationship, but will make your partner feel happy.

#9 Never shy away from positive criticism. As long as you say it in a constructive manner, it’ll help your partner become a better person.

#10 Be the shoulder to lean on, no matter what. Tough times are the most testing phases of a relationship. Stand by your partner, and when the storm ends, love will shine brighter.

#11 Never argue in public, but indulge in public display of affection. [Read: PDA etiquette]

#12 Date each other even if you’ve been together for years. It keeps the love alive. [Read: How to stay in love forever]

#13 Look sexy for each other, and that includes a flat tummy. Just because you’re in a relationship doesn’t mean you should let yourself go and look shabby.

#14 Compliment your partner, even if it’s a regular chore or habit. Compliments are the best way to thank a special someone for the effort they’ve taken for you, however small it may be.

#15 Celebrate the special days. Birthdays and anniversaries may repeat itself too many times, but it’s these milestones that create memories.

#16 Never intentionally try to make your partner feel bad or look bad. It’ll leave a lasting scar that can hurt the relationship.

#17 Learn to forgive without holding grudges. As hard as it may be, forgiveness is one of the qualities of true love that matters most in a relationship.

#18 Respect your partner whole heartedly.

#19 Understand that your partner can have crushes on others too. It’s a difficult thought, but if you admire someone else, so can your partner. [Read: Insecurity in a relationship]

#20 Trust your partner and your instincts, even if others say otherwise. [Read: How to build trust in a relationship]

#21 Never grumble or badmouth each other even if you’re tempted to, out of anger or frustration.

#22 Learn to spend quality time with each other. There’s no better way to fall more in love with each other as the relationship grows.

#23 Behave like children now and then. A few pillow fights or cute wrestles can never hurt anyone. But it can help both of you enjoy the relationship.

#24 Be spontaneous with your affections. Don’t always wait for special occasions or moments to express your love. Spontaneous surprises are always happier than planned surprises.

#25 Whatever works! No relationship is alike. Instead of learning from someone else’s relationship, learn from your own relationship’s successes and failures.

[Read: Signs of a good relationship]

These relationship rules could seem simple, but following them to the tee can make all the difference between a romantic relationship and a failed affair. If you really do treasure your love, make a difference with these tips. You won’t regret it!


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  • omgno
    February 24, 2012 | Permalink |

    This is misleading. If you have a boyfriend, he should love you for who you are. You don’t need to be a victoria secret model for him to love u…

  • Wilson
    February 27, 2012 | Permalink |

    @omgno, this is such a silly and stupid thing to say. We all love our partners. But ask yourself who you’d prefer, your boyfriend who’s become fat or your boyfriend who looks like a sex god with six pack abs? They are both the same ppl, one version just looks more appealing.

    You’re probably fat and this is your lazy excuse to avoid working out and looking better for your partner.

    If people don’t put an effort to look their best for their partners, isn’t it obvious that their partners will get attracted to someone else.

  • Capn
    June 2, 2012 | Permalink |

    He doesn’t like flat tummies. :) My husband is sexy and fit. And I wouldn’t care if he gained weight. It means he loves the food I make him, which he does. :D And to the people who commented… omgno you are right, actually. And Wilson, are you 12 or something? I have been with my husband for 7 years. I gained weight and am actually fat but it isn’t my fault, I have a thyroid problem. And it doesn’t bother him. He doesn’t like girls that weigh less than 200. Seriously. He is happy and very satisfied. Men, if they actually do love you for you, don’t think you need to have a flat tummy, wear make-up all the time, don’t need to always dress sexy, and don’t need to act like a complete moron. They are turned on by you. They think you are sexy no matter what you look like. And, yes, it’s true. Put a model in the same room as my husband and he wouldn’t even look at her. Have her flirt with him and he would start talking about me. He’s wrapped around my finger just like I am wrapped around his. Wilson, I think you just don’t understand what love is.

  • Jen
    June 11, 2012 | Permalink |

    @Capn, I’m sorry, dear. But you’ve been completely misled here.

    You say your husband wouldn’t care if you put on weight because he loves you, and well, it’s completely true. So yeah for you! But this article is about successful love.

    And successful love is about romantic love and sexual excitement.

    Your husband may love you, but deep inside, he’ll still get attracted to the sexy lingerie model he sees on the billboard. Do you truly think he believes you’re the sexiest woman he’s seen?

    And you say, “Put a model in the same room as my husband and he wouldn’t even look at her. Have her flirt with him and he would start talking about me. He’s wrapped around my finger just like I am wrapped around his.” Really?

    And that’s what you think sexual attraction and love is all about you? Your husband may be very fond of you and may love you a lot, but what you say doesnt prove that he’s not sexually attracted by other women. Obviously, he’s not going to flirt with other women in front of you. But does he do that behind your back? Of course, any man or woman would do that.

    Listen to the article, these girls at Lovepanky know what they say. I trust them with all my heart because their features have helped me become a much better person, in love and in life.

  • Derek
    June 11, 2012 | Permalink |

    I agree with what you have to say, Jen. My girlfriend and I love each other a lot and put in our daily effort by working out and dressing well for each other, and yes, we do follow the rules mentioned here. We’ve been dating for 7 years now, and plan to get married by the end of the year. Fat couples are envious of us, and most other couples look up at us.

    I agree with all the pointers here, and am surprised to see why a commenter here disagrees with the rules without validating any reasons. I hate it when people pass judgment without giving any reasons. But as I read her comment, it all made sense to me.

    When we have flaws within us, there are just two ways for people to react. One, you accept it. Two, you ridicule it.

    It’s easy to ridicule something without even giving it a thought when you’re selfish. But if you really care about your lover, try to be the best you can be. It may take some effort, but six months down the lane, you’d realize that a few sacrifices now will give you a much better and sexier relationship!

  • Sydney
    June 14, 2012 | Permalink |

    Honestly, you’re all misled. LOVE is an emotion. Love is what you feel for someone because you connect with them. How incredibley shallow to say love is about looks. Because if it was, we’d all have affairs. As people we desire communication. And as people are attractive they can be insanely blan. And who wants to talk meaninglessly to a sexy wall? Everyone has their own preferences as to what’s attractive, that has nothing to do with love. Her husband can lust for that airbrushed supermodel but he loves her and maybe to him her inner and outer beauty surpasses any supermodel in lingerie. Love isn’t about looks, and I hope to god none of you teach that to your children. While this guide is helpful, it is in fact misleading. Feel sexy in your own skin, and don’t worry about any of those supermodels.

  • Sydney
    June 14, 2012 | Permalink |

    @ Jen
    Speaking of unattractive, one of the biggest things men hate are manipulative women planting false thoughts in other peoples heads. Maybe Capn’s husband is as she says. So leave it alone.

  • Kimberly
    June 14, 2012 | Permalink |

    I can’t help but laugh at a few of the comments here.

    There are 25 relationship rules mentioned in the article for Christ’s sake! And of all the rules, all the arguments in the comments are about just one single point telling us to try and look good for each other!!!

    “#13 Look sexy for each other, and that includes a flat tummy. Just because you’re in a relationship doesn’t mean you should let yourself go and look shabby.”

    That point only tells us not to take our partner for granted and stop trying to look good for them after a few years into the relationship! How on earth is that a bad thing? :-)

    Seriously, if you want a good relationship and don’t want to lose weight and look good, screw it! Follow the other 24 points instead of whining on about how romantic love doesn’t need sex appeal.

    If love in a romantic relationship meant only an emotional connection, then we’d all be in a romantic relationship with our siblings and our parents and our friends. For crying out loud, the only thing that differentiates platonic love and romantic love is the sexual attraction. Why are some people being so naive here? If you have insecurities, don’t take it out on the way romantic relationships work. Sexual attraction matters in a romantic intimate relationship, and anyone who denies that doesn’t see the difference between the love they have for their sibling and the love they have for their partner.

  • Snoopyslim
    June 26, 2012 | Permalink |

    Interesting comments. I would like to start by saying I workout because I enjoy having a fit body and find that it helps relieve stress. So really I workout for myself.

    My ex was larger, not quite obese but close and he never seemed to care how much I weighed. I lost 10 lbs when we were still together and he said my hips were starting to protrude (making fun)… I never cared that he had a jelly belly and I focused on the things I did enjoy about his body, like his strong arms. We always seemed to be out of sync though because I had a lot of energy and he was always tired and didn’t want to do activities. Now I have moved on and am dating someone on essentially the same fitness level as me. His body is so sexy, I love every inch of it, even his spine. If we are in each others company we can’t take our hands off each other.

    So I really have to agree in trying to keep up appearances. My new man loves it when I get ready for him or dress up in something special. He always compliments my body so it gives me motivation to continue to try to look my best for him at all times.

  • Jay
    September 4, 2012 | Permalink |

    This is a good article, just have to say: My boyfriend thinks I’m sexy even with a bit of tummy flab, in fact I didn’t have a flat tummy even when we first started dating. I still do a lot to look nice, but having a flat tummy isn’t a requirement for looking good! Come on people! ;-)

  • October 12, 2012 | Permalink |

    Maybe you all are right. If you love someone they should love you for you that is how they started to like you, right? By being you. But if you are in a serious relationship it wouldnt be so bad if you lose some weight, or change your clothes style for him/her. That just shows how much you really care for your partner and hey who wouldn’t want to look better? :) your helping yourself too. If your over weight and you lose some weight you’d be happier and feel more confident, yes?

  • rntracee
    November 10, 2012 | Permalink |

    @Kimberly
    Thank you!! Finally someone pointed out the OBVIOUS!! I was sitting here reading all of the comments, and out of 25, everyone got bent out shape (no pun) about the flat tummy. It was meant to say that, just because you have a sig. Other, you shouldn’t let your appearance go. Always try to look YOUR best (which is what they were attracted to in the beginning). But as Kimberly said, there are 24 other suggestions here too. And most of them work!! To believe your partner never thinks another person is attractive is just naive. If they act upon those thoughts, that’s where there is a problem.

  • Christinest
    February 7, 2013 | Permalink |

    TRUE!!! BASED ON MY EXPERIENCE, I TOTALLY AGREE WITH THIS 25 RULES. That’s why it’s a very good feeling to have a special someone and both of you are TRULY IN LOVE. With these 25 rules, you can all achieve these in your relationship if you have this in your relationship — LOVE! :) I’m in love!

  • Sexy n i know it
    March 10, 2013 | Permalink |

    Why if this fat bitch so happy with her husband reading this article in the first place ? Lmao just saying

  • qwerty
    April 12, 2013 | Permalink |

    @Jen, you’re wrong, and your comment is very ignorant. My girlfriend doesn’t have a flat tummy, she sexually excites me more than anyone, and our love is very successful, thank you.

    You know what? I AM more attracted to her than the lingere models on billboards and I DO believe that she is the sexiest woman I’ve ever seen. Her body type might not be what’s considered conventionally attractive, but I think that she’s perfect. I’ll admit that I do sometimes find other people attractive (because who doesn’t?), but none of them can compare to her, and I would never disrespect her by flirting with anyone else behind her back.

    And like Capn said with her husband, if you put me in the same room as a model, I wouldn’t even look at her, because I have my girlfriend, and she’s better than any model, flat tummy or not.

  • Bob
    April 20, 2013 | Permalink |

    You guys are so lost in an illusion of your own mind.. As a guy, of course other women are gonna have a slight attraction even though I’m madly in love with my gf.. Of course she’s not the sexiest underwear model with the flat tummy every girl wants.. But I love her unconditionally and I always will.. And of course I accept her for she is. But this doesn’t mean I wouldn’t want her to lose weight. I wouldn’t mind if she didn’t, but I would be more attracted if she lost some weight.. I’m naturally skinny with a high metabolism, and fit as a college boy should be.. So I’m not insecure as the guys here LYING and saying their girlfriends are perfect and that they would prefer her over an underwear model. That simply because of desperation and insecurities about their own bodies and that creates lower standards.. But that’s not the only reason they would prefer their girlfriend.. Of course what you would have between you as your partner would be special simply because of how close you’ve got in the relationship and that creates a personal attraction to their personality and when you think of an underwear model, you stereotype them by thinking since they look so amazing that you wouldn’t be able to stand a chance and that they are probably stuck up since they could have anyone they want.. But they still are people and they share the same emotions as everyone else, it’s just that they are the main targets of players and have a heightened instinct to be aware of what we know as players. With that said, if that underwear model that has physical attraction had the personality of your girlfriend and was desperate for your love just as much as your girlfriend.. And accepted you for who you are.. Would you still say no to that? Guys can’t lie and say they wouldn’t prefer their gf’s to be sexier.. Everyone wants the best but settles for what they seem they deserve.. And don’t get me wrong, my gf isn’t fat or over weight, she’s simply just thicker than a underwear model.. If she lost about 35-40lbs she would be fantastic.. But the reason I am with her and not an underwear model or anyone else is because she’s been in my life for such a long time and the level of personal affection we have for eachother is amazingly alot.. Nothing was ever intended and we turned out to be perfect for eachother and it just happened, it’s not like any other relationship I’ve ever had or heard stories about and the personal connection we have for eachother is so strong that I couldn’t desire anyone else.. My heart is dedicated to her and no one else. But that does not mean I would not want her to look better.. I lover her for who she is and I can’t stress that enough, even if I explained how I personally prefer her not to wear makeup.. It honestly drives me crazy for her to put that crap on.. I’m personally attracted to her beauty and she just doesn’t need the makeup, especially makes me upset when I can’t see her freckles! Her body is the only thing I would want her to change.. This is all my opinion and is as honest as I can be. I can’t get any more honest about what I say.. Guys DO want sexier.. But the personal attraction and possibly desperation or insecurities and any other lines of probabilities.. But when guys lie and say they don’t want better, it’s in comparison of their personal standards.. Not involving their fantasies or desires.. Because every guy wants sexier and the only way you should ever believe that is if you are an underwear model and meet his idea of a fantasy girl.. But it’s ok to tell your gf that she is the best in your opinion because that isn’t a lie. The personal feelings you have for her are what makes her unique.. But lying and saying she’s perfect the way she is and that you wouldn’t be happier with her being a little more sexy, that’s not true.. But like this article states, a white lie isn’t bad here and there.. It can sometimes help, and sometimes when it’s obvious it just shows the girl that she can’t trust you enough to be honest with her.. Which will make her wonder what else you’ve white lied about, and question the thigs you’ve told her that maybe weren’t even lies at all, like if you told her she was the best kisser you’ve ever had and it’s true.. She’s gonna think since you lie and say she’s perfect, that your only trying to boost her confidence and then she’s gonna think that it’s possible that saying she was the best kisser you’ve ever had was a similar act., simply to boost her confidence.. So do what you want with your relationship, but your decision to go against your own instinct and base decisions upon what someone on some online website says is the “rules” of dating.. It’s not that great.. Don’t try to understand love and how to make it a reality.. Just let nature take its course, don’t be desperate to find love, it takes time to find it, and NEVER expect to experience it with someone that you meet at first with intentions to date. Keep your mind open and never expect it.. Because it will hit you blindsided and most likely by someone you would least expect it from. And don’t base your relationship off of what others relationships are like.. That’s so horrible.. Be yourself and follow your instinct, if you love her with real love, everything will become so clear and you’ll realize that the idea of what you thought love was in the past was so wrong. You’ll feel like you were so blind In the past and that you had such an immature perspective of ” love” because you can’t intentionally create “love” with someone.. It just happens and once you understand this feeling and how honestly rare it is, your going to grasp it with everything you have and never let it go, you’ll notice that you will not find yourself coming to places like this to find reminders to keeping it in course and alive or however you would describe it.. Once you are truly in love, all these things you read on this list and through the deepest forums will all come natural and you’ll realize that these are very un factual and based completely off of someone’s opinion and that all this is someone’s idea of what true love is about and their idea of how to make it true.. These people that try to give this kind of advice and “rules” are not superior to you and me, don’t think for one second everything they say is true. It’s opinion and strategy. ( don’t get me wrong, these people put LOTS of effort and thought into what they have created or researched and everything they’ve done, and these guides are helpful to better dating. It helps understand alot about relationships but doesn’t create real love) but just think to yourself.. If you find yourself looking for ways to make it happen, by coming here, do you think that any strategy will “create” love?

  • Keai
    May 7, 2013 | Permalink |

    I do agree with Jen & Bob. I have been with my boyfriend for almost 3 years. When we both look back at our old couple pictures, we commented on each other that we look wayy better before and want each other to look like before. Yes we do love each other, but once in a while you must make an effort to make the relationship ‘spark’, looking good is one of them.

  • Keai
    May 7, 2013 | Permalink |

    And yes, try to always look your best and never be complacent. Thats what this article is trying to say with the point #13

  • Shannon J.
    May 13, 2013 | Permalink |

    I love these tips, however #13 rubbed me the wrong way (as it seems it has for many people). While it is true that you shouldn’t stop trying to be attractive just because you are comfortable with someone, you don’t have to have a flat, toned tummy and a gap between your thighs to be attractive. Everyone is attracted to different things.

    For instance, my boyfriend is not attracted to thin girls and told me once, long before we started dating, that he preferred women who “look the way nature intended”. He is by no means a “chubby chaser” (though some people who are and that is perfectly fine) and prefers women with curves and some meat on her bones. That is just his personal opinion.

    There are many different types of beautiful and there are many different types of people who find different things attractive. There is nothing wrong with wanting to have a flat stomach in order to look good for your partner, but I just wanted to voice my opinion and say that you don’t have to indulge in unhealthy changes just because you are afraid that your relationship will be ruined if you have a little chub around you.

  • Liz
    May 16, 2013 | Permalink |

    Whoa, whoa, whoa! Ladies and gents, I think the message about staying sexy, is staying confident. Do what you know makes you attractive, the way that YOU are. If you’re chubby, but have always known how to dress in cute shirts that suit your size, then go for it! It’s not about trying to look a certain way so your husband will still love you, that’s nuts. It’s about taking care of yourself in the way that you always have, and not letting yourself go because you think he’ll just have to suck it up and not complain that your uni-brow is growing in a bit too much. Don’t get lazy, stay confident as well as well groomed!

  • Graham
    May 18, 2013 | Permalink |

    I agree with Liz who posted above. It seems like all the fat boys and fat girls who feel insecure are coming together to convince regular folk that being obese is sexy and natural. Guess what, we call fat people fat because they’re not normal, at least when it comes to proportions in the body.

    No one’s saying you won’t find love if you’re fat. All that one single point #13 (out of 25 happy points for god’s sake!!) is trying to imply is that we should try to look good for our partner, and for ourselves. That pointer just points that having a tummy that’s flat means you’re trying to stay fit for your lover. If you can’t be fit and have a good physique, for crying out loud, focus on the other 24 points instead of whining about how your love lives could get ruined because the author says you need to have a flat tummy! Really now!

  • Mika
    August 15, 2013 | Permalink |

    I hope the majority of you body shamers realize that a “flat tummy” is not natural. Women are naturally supposed to have a bit of a pouchy stomach, and shaming something as beautiful as the human body is moronic. I’ve dated guys who prefer thinner girls, and my boyfriend now loves that I’m curved. A bit of meat is not obese, and having your spouce love you and find you attractive dispite your size is not unheard of.

    Some of you are so incredibly shallow.

  • Chris
    August 28, 2013 | Permalink |

    Oh my God thank you very much for this post…

    Chris

  • kim
    September 29, 2013 | Permalink |

    i’m gonna practice every single thing here… :)

  • Mdb
    October 12, 2013 | Permalink |

    Well.. #13 doesn’t apply to everyone. My boyfriend is a bit chubby and I love the way he looks. I’ve never felt attracted by six packs and overly muscular guys (and being an ex competitive swimmer, I’ve already been around many). I like the way it feels when he wraps his arms around me, it feels so comforable and warm :) Muscles feel like stone…
    I think the message to get from here is to not stop caring about yourself once you’re in a relationship. Have a good hygiene, shave, go buy new clothes, have a haircut, put on some cologne… Look attractive for your partner, and remember people have different tastes!

  • Hannah Parker
    October 27, 2013 | Permalink |

    I actually enjoy reading posts here. I can’t say that I agree with everything you say but they are very helpful in evaluating one’s relationship. Not every tip would apply to everyone and I think that you should not judge or argue about it. For each his own, right? It only shows that even in relationships there are different scenarios and the individuals in such relationship are totally different from other people in other relationships. Only those two people in that relationship will be able to know the cause of the problems in their relationship and how to fix it if they are both willing to make it work.

  • Shiney
    January 16, 2014 | Permalink |

    I think Jen is a tad harsh.
    Bob’s honesty is refreshing. (As is his love for his gf)
    And the “chubby” girls get just as much play as the skinny girls.

    Don’t forget what we’ve all seen, and then wish we hadn’t, on daytime talk shows about fetishes.
    There are men who get “turned on” by obese women. So, obviously they don’t apply to the “flat tummy” phrase in point #13. So leave them out of it.

    I agree that point #13 was meant to say just because you get comfy in your relationship, doesn’t mean you get to stop shaving your pits, and wear pajamas all day. Guys love you; of course they do, if they do, but they go to work everyday. They will most likely be around nicely dressed, beautiful and even sexy women who laugh at their jokes, outrageously flirt, and tease your man to distraction– all while smelling like fresh shampoo and intoxication perfume.
    Just saying, after a day at the office like this, are they coming home to a familiar version of the girl at work, or are they coming home to a girl that hasn’t showed that day, smelling of stale baby-vomit, with acne meds plastered on their face?
    While days like these are certainly unavoidable, they should never be the norm.
    There is nothing wrong with keeping your love’s interest focused on you.
    I would even suggest getting dolled up in his favorite lingerie (or even naked, if that’s what he prefers) and surprise him with a text every now and then.
    That will do a lot toward keeping him less “distracted” by the aggressively sexy girl at the office, and more focused on what’s waiting for him at home.

    Don’t hate on the guys who love their wives as they are. Or vice versa.
    Sometimes, all it takes is little creativity and confidence to stay ahead of the game.

    And I’ve been both, skinny and fit, AND 30 lbs overweight during my marriage. My husband, who may or may not find other women attractive, never gave me not even one small indication that his sex drive had lagged during either stage.

    I’m now currently not at my thinnest or my heaviest. I’m 5’3″, 125 lbs, size 4-7, and look better than I did when I was @ 112lbs, size 2-5. My body wasn’t meant to be that thin and I looked like I was a cancer patient, but when I wasn’t feeling faint, weak, or dizzy from being anemic, I sure did love the freedom of looking amazing in a bikini (and nude).

    My point is, my husband didn’t seem to notice my weight gain (I look at the pictures and I’m amazed he didn’t! Ugh) because I managed to stay clean, confident, and sexy despite it.

    *But, he’s never been able to keep his hands off of me, so maybe it’s just the way he is.

    (And don’t go thinking he is one of those addicted to sex types, either. He was the only guy in our circle of friends that was picky about who he had sex with. In fact, I was attracted to him because of that character trait in a guy surrounded by his slutty friends. I think he’s just the kind of man that has to “be in love” for sex to be great for him. Wish there were more men like him.)

    I don’t believe you need to have a flat tummy to keep your man in love with you, but I do think it wouldn’t hurt either. If they love you, it will just be like icing on the cake.

  • Gabby
    February 14, 2014 | Permalink |

    Qwerty we all know ur fat wife made u type that. And of course the fat ones where going to have an issue with rule 13. I’ve been w/ my husband for 11 yrs and yes I luv him no matter what. He has gained weight and he’s also much older than me. Do I sumtimes call him fat and disgusting? Yes, because we can’t seriously say that at some point in our happy ever afters we can stop the bs. But I on the other hand as a WOMAN love being healthy, limber, and sexy as can be for him. So that way he knows that even though I know he loves me no matter what, I give him all the eye candy he needs. We don’t need to be glamorous everyday but show ur man that u want to at least make him feel that u still want to look ur best like when u first met. It makes them feel special as well.

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  • anonymous
    March 23, 2014 | Permalink |

    I have been in a relationship for about 5 years and i don’t think girls should have flat tummy or have a beach body to impress their boyfriend/husband. They should love you for who you are but not by the physical look. I have an average curved body and every day i go out i don’t wear makeups or wear anything tight to impress my boyfriend. I just be who i am and i don’t need to change anything just to make him love. He loves me the way i am and i love the way who he is. If you guys are truly meant for each other you guys don’t have to try hard to impress your partners.

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