Thanks to all who attended the AOGP GP Speed Dating event on Thursday 23 March.
The night was a huge success and planning for our next event has already begun. In the meantime, come along to our Practice Managers dinner on 30 March to learn more about how AOGP can support your practice.
To keep a relationship alive and share common interests, it’s important to communicate and learn about each other, every single day.
When you’re just spending time together without really talking, there’s no communication in the relationship.
[Read: How to pick the perfect date restaurant] To increase communication in a relationship, make plans with your partner to go out at least one evening in a week.
Even the best of lovers can overlook a few details now and then.
So if something’s bothering you, learn to speak out the very instant it bothers you.
Irrespective of how long you’ve been with each other, both of you grow as individuals every single day.
If you asked your partner what their favorite food and color was on the first date years ago, there’s a pretty good chance it’s not the same anymore.
One of the biggest mistakes couples do is expect their partner to read their mind.
Yes, you’ve been together for a long time, but that’s no reason to become mind readers.
Communication in a relationship For a relationship to grow and evolve, both partners have to learn to communicate with each other.
One of the biggest reasons behind the failure of several relationships is communication.
Ask about your partner’s day at work, and find out about their friends and all the other little details.