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By Lisa L. Payne, Ashley Seeger, Dr. Kevin Dobrzynski
Even the most rock-solid couples feel insecure about their relationships sometimes. As part of our Irresistible You survey, we asked readers to fill in the blank: “I have the most confidence in my relationship when my partner/spouse ___________.”
The top two most popular answers were “compliments me/tells me how he or she feels about me” and “really listens to me/gives me his or her full attention.”
So, how do you build confidence in your relationship? We asked our experts to weigh in with their best suggestions, and
Hear what they had to say at yourtango.com
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Men and women think differently. We are bound to conflict in romantic relationships. Thus, it has to be understood that disagreements and non-violent arguments will happen and you will have to get over it. Anger takes energy, and it’s easier to just let it go. So, if he’s not cheating with your best friend, try these ideas to show you’re still in love with him: