One thing Aries always has an issue with is being patient and taking things slow. Building a successful relationship doesn’t happen overnight.
Give you and your partner some time to grow your love and create a harmonious, well-balanced relationship.
You should try to learn to accept criticism. You tend to feel like you’re being attacked even when your partner is giving you some well-meaning advice.
You, too, can be wrong. Love isn’t about winning, it’s about supporting each other.
Open up! We know you have a huge heart burning with love inside your chest. Why won’t you let your partner see that side of you?
Quit the formalities and stop hiding behind your strength. Showing your vulnerability doesn’t mean you’re no longer strong, it means you are powerful enough to show your entire self.
One thing you should really work on is your controlling nature. We know you try to control everything to avoid being hurt, but relationships don’t work that way.
Trust your partner more before your relationship becomes toxic.
When you’re in a relationship, you suddenly start feeling closed off from the rest of the world. So, you start blaming your partner for this.
Your partner didn’t take away your freedom! Remember this at all times – it will resolve any issues you have.
If your social life is suffering, it’s because you’ve decided to devote all of your time and energy to your partner.
Stop telling your partner everything they want to hear. Avoiding conflict comes with the cost of losing someone’s trust over being dishonest.
Keep in mind that everything in your relationship should work for both you and your partner.
Compromises only make sense when both partners are benefiting from them. You have to stop giving so much of yourself for the sake of trying to create a perfect relationship.
When there are things you aren’t satisfied with, you should speak up. Learn that your opinion matters, and you have a right not to accept the choices your partner makes.
Trying to protect yourself will only get you hurt in the long run. Your partner, no matter how connected you are to them, cannot always be aware of your needs and wishes.
Communicate your feelings and desires if you want to build a strong relationship.
One thing you need to learn is to finally accept that your partner’s focus cannot always be on you. They have to continue living their own life, even when that doesn’t include you.
Learn how to listen to your partner, even when they’re not talking about you.
Being at the center of everything is your ultimate desire, but sadly, no matter how willing your partner is to admire you all the time, they have needs too.
You believe your perceptiveness gives you the right to ignore what your partner is telling you because you feel like you already know how they feel.
Try harder to understand your partner and where they’re coming from.
Being able to count on your partner for support and help doesn’t mean you’re weak, it means you’re in a healthy relationship.
It’s a huge issue for you to lower your walls and invite someone else in your little world but this is necessary if you want to make your relationship work.
You need to stop burying your emotions. Feelings aren’t logical. That’s okay. Accept your own feelings and learn how to communicate them to your partner.
Also, be less judgy and more accepting. Your partner doesn’t have to, and cannot ever be perfect. Neither are you, believe it or not.
Stop worrying so much about pleasing everyone. Start thinking more about pleasing yourself. It’s time you learnt to say NO. You can’t create a harmonious relationship if you’re faking it.
Hiding your emotions and needs will make you passive-aggressive and all your hard work to avoid conflict will come back and bite you.
Stop worrying about how your relationship looks to anyone else besides you and your partner.
Try to enjoy your partner as they are instead of trying to make them into the image of them you have in your mind.
Balance, balance, balance. You need to learn how to achieve it. Stop trying to have all the power in the relationship. Not everything will always happen the way you want it to, make peace with that.
Open your eyes to see the bigger picture and stop paying so much attention to the smallest of details. Not every word, look, or sigh carries so much importance.
If you want your partner to open up to you completely and give you the key to their vulnerability, you could at least try to do half as much for them.
Give your partner the opportunity to show you that your life with them could be even more fun than your life without them. Relationships don’t have to be boring.
Your partner isn’t trying to suck all the freedom and adventure out of your everyday routine.
Don’t make your partner feel threatened by your constant need to seek something more exciting. Relationships can’t be fun all the time.
Work on building a strong relationship, it will pay off. If you can’t prioritize your partner over your adrenaline rushes, don’t try to build relationships at all.
Connections we have with people are more important than our jobs. Try to pay more attention to your partner. Don’t let your career take all your energy.
Try to relax. Not every second of the time you spend with your partner can be planned out. Learn to let go.
Another thing that would benefit your relationship is if you learned to compromise. Try to understand your partner’s point of view and realize that you’re not always right about everything.
More empathy and compassion will take you a long way.
You’re incredibly intelligent but it’s your emotional intelligence that needs some work. Luckily, becoming more emotionally intelligent is possible so try to work on understanding people’s feelings more.
Not everything can be rationalized. Everyone has a right to have different emotions, they don’t have to be approved by anyone else or even logical.
Your fear of intimacy is stopping you from having an open, honest, and emotionally fulfilling relationship. Try to let yourself enjoy your life (the one outside your own mind).
Your partner is not the romantic image of a partner you’ve created in your mind based on the many love movies you’ve seen.
Accept them as they are instead of forcing your idealized version of them to become true.
Work on the life you have outside of your relationship. Pursue your hobbies and interests – they don’t have to involve your partner.
Communicate your feelings, just because you always know how your partner feels due to your strong intuition and empathy doesn’t mean they will be able to do the same for you.