At some point, we will all reach a stage in our relationship where we become so comfortable or at home. It’s not that you feel comfortable and you don’t want to make an effort anymore. That’s different. It’s good to have a high relationship comfort level because it means that you are finally completely in sync with the person you love.
How High Is Your Relationship Comfort Level?
You’ve probably experienced a high relationship comfort level in the past. You don’t need to make yourself up anymore, and you have already seen characteristics of your partner that you find annoying. Despite all of these, you still choose to be with your partner anyway. But, how do you know that you’ve reached this point already in your current relationship?
1. No more stressing about the small things.
You don’t need to worry about separating whose food it is inside the fridge because both of you understand that it’s both yours. The same goes for your chores. When one is tired, the other doesn’t mind picking up the slack. There’s something very comforting about sharing mundane things together.
2. Less pressure, more relaxing.
You don’t have to worry about putting on makeup nor do you have to think about putting on a nice shirt. Your partner accepts you for who you are, whether your made up or not, whether you’re nice or not. In short, you can be yourself and that’s a lot of pressure off of your shoulders.
3. Both of you have a routine together.
Do you already have a flow that you follow? For example, have breakfast, go to work, give the other a call, meet during the weekends, and so on. You’ll have settled in very well if your relationship already works like a clock. Of course, not totally, but both of you understand when to contact each other and when date night (or day) is.
Once you have reached this point, you’ll be able to adjust to your partner and vice versa. You can look forward to a relationship that’s filled with love and less pressure. However, you have to, of course, reach this point first. For more relationship and dating advice, read other posts on the blog.