Living together. Yes or No?

Are you ready for the next step in your relationship? A question whose answer will take hours of talking with your friends. We have gathered all the information you would like to know, before you take the big step!

Have you lived together for over a week?

Cohabitation for a few days has nothing to do with permanent cohabitation. All of us, in the short-term cohabitation (e.g., holidays) give our best and pay attention to the last detail. We do not do it to “cheat” our partner for our perfection, but because we want these few days to have a Hollywood perfection (breakfast in bed, perfectly combed hair, etc.). But this perfection does not last forever, so be prepared for many things you have not thought of. Yes, the “always down” toilet lid is one of them.

Just because you are a couple does not mean that you are the same person.

Every person is unique. It has its own peculiarities and its own character. Just because you are perfect together does not necessarily mean that you will fit in everything. The secret to that? Make both concessions. You may have learned to have a perfectly tidy closet, but he did not. No need for quarrels, need for communication. At the same time, he may not be OK to find your hair or cosmetics everywhere. So, before you live together, you should have a chat about all those things you have learned to do for so long that you live alone and find the perfect solution, where you will both be happy, without having to stress.

How to survive in quarantine without breaking up

It is a fact that during the quarantine, many couples ended their relationship. This usually happens because neither of them was taught to be in the same place 24/7, with the same person. At the same time, quarantine is an unprecedented situation for everyone, so irritability and stress increase the chances of quarrels and possibly break-up.

Can you catch it? You can!

There are many ways to keep your relationship safe, even in quarantine.

Go for a walk, separately!

Send a message both of you and go for a walk. Do not tell each other where you are going. Take a walk, in areas you have not been together. After an hour, meet up and tell your partner what you saw, what impressed you or something that caught your attention. Thus, you create a topic of discussion beyond the trivial, while at the same time discovering new areas and points of interest that you can go along with. At the same time, you have completed a very important step. You have taken a wonderful walk with yourself. Is there anything better than that?

Find a “homework”.

Because of quarantine, many of us either do not work at all or work from home. So, our daily life has become a routine! There are many “homemade” activities that can change this routine, excite your creativity and, why not, attract the interest of your partner. Indoor gardening, mini renovations, DIY, Youtube tutorials, clothing processing and board games are just a few of the many things you can do to keep the routine away from your home.