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12 Daily Habits of Super Happy Couples

Do you know a couple that looks so cute and happy it makes your stomach turn? On the one hand you’re thinking “I wish my relationship was like that” and on the other hand you’re all “get a room and never leave it.” Their sheer happiness makes you uncomfortable, and you look at them with equal measure of glee and disgust. Well, while looks can often be deceiving with these kinds of couples, it’s actually a real thing sometimes. What’s their secret?

It’s all about doing some things on a daily basis. This isn’t a waterproof blueprint, but it’ll help to find that disgusting level of connection with your partner so you can creep out your friends the next time you go somewhere. Let’s take a look.

Share a Ritual

Nothing is too silly when it comes to your daily rituals. Whether it’s putting that weird wrinkle cream on each other or sending your partner a song of the day. It doesn’t have to be this huge gesture, but it’s a short moment of time you spend with your partner or thinking of your partner.

Dole Out Compliments

Yes, I know, big shocker. The secret to a happy relationship is actually feeling inspired and awed by your partner and letting them know by giving them compliments. No one would have ever guessed this, right? Anyway, as silly as it sounds, just do it. A compliment a day keeps the divorce lawyer away.

Hold On

Physically holding your partner, even if it’s just for a few minutes, can be a great start or finish to your day. It’s just a matter of being in the moment and focused on your partner and blocking out the rest of the world. And it’s also a great excuse to not get out of bed immediately as the alarm goes off. Everybody wins.

Kiss Goodbye

Just give each other a kiss before you leave for work. It’s such a small thing, but it goes a long way towards solidifying your bond. It feels good to be able to come home to someone who refuses to leave the house without kissing you first.