Talking about the weather, sports and what's on television is not real communication.
Communicating is being open and sharing your hopes, dreams, fears, excitement, and uncertainty - the full range of emotions - with your partner.
Great couples will go a step further and celebrate their differences.
Trust is a very important part of any relationship.
There are certain behaviors and attitudes that separate immature couples from mature couples.
Some couples learn these skills only after many years of trial and error. All couples, however, can and should work to improve their relationships.
However, the more you keep from each other, the less satisfying your relationship is likely to be. Mature doesn't necessarily mean older, though sometimes maturity comes with age.All couples can work to become more mature, healthier couples regardless of how long they've been together.Trust must be earned, and it's earned by being dependable.When you tell your partner that you will do something, try your best to deliver on your promise.Why settle for a mediocre relationship when a little effort can greatly enhance your intimacy and enjoyment of each other?