Tips to achieve relationship goals by Misha Jain
Hi friends, today’s guest on my blog is a well-known personality among beautiful people. She makes them look good with her beauty boutique- Angtatva. She is transparent like water and pure at heart. Let’s get into the conversation with her on the same topic.
Introduce yourself in
a few lines. What is your relationship status?
Hi.!! This is Misha Jain, An entrepreneur, blogger, amateur photographer, decently good cook n baker, traveller and a mom of
There’s always a change in the definition of love at every stage of life. What change did you feel after your kid/kids was/were born?
Well! I believe we have matured enough since the kiddos were born. Lil things do not bother us anymore, it’s much stronger commitment now, with kids both of us have learnt sharing responsibilities and also we love reliving our childhoods, together this time <3
Do you live in a joint family? If yes, do they help in building a
strong relationship between the two of you? If no, do you miss their presence?
Joint family has been a blessing for me. With hyperactive twins, I don’t think it would have been possible for me to reach here without losing my sanity. If we talk about my husband and me then yes being in the Joint family gave us another level of meaning of FAMILY. We could keep our love and time giving more alive as there was always my mother in law to look after kids. We never stopped going on our Dates and Dinners and movies too.
Kids make their parent’s bond stronger. But at times, parents argue because of them only because their teachings differ. What is your safe mantra in such a situation? Explain with an example if possible.
Well ..!! For any arguments, one of us stops. At least for that moment and then we discuss once we both are calmer. For Ex: He didn’t approve of putting Kiddos in play shook at age of 20 months. And I could see the kids were really active and that active brains needed a good direction. Being working I couldn’t give as much time to them. So finally we mutually discussed this and decided to let them start at 22 months and eventually he liked the idea too.
Respect for your partner is the most important aspect of a successful relationship. Still, at some point in an argument, your ego comes in between and things become worse. How do you tackle such a situation and make your life peaceful once again?
True that. So for this, we always make a point that we do not stretch a cold air. So if there is an argument and after some time we stop. One of us somehow finds a reason to talk and
Everyone loves surprises. There’s always an excitement involved. But when you are together for over a decade, you know him/her inside out. How do you still manage to surprise your partner?
Well, surprises are something that keeps up the spark. So with time meanings and types could change. But he still plans on valentines and I still do on our anniversary. We still take each other out on surprise dates. I get stuff planned from kids for him. So does he.
From your experience of married life with kids, please share some motivating tips to make your relationship successful? What is your ultimate goal in a relationship?
My ultimate Relationship goal is that our Kids should see us as a happy couple who respects each other, so they grow up to be respectful to both the genders and also are happier kids.
- Never stretch a cold Air moment. Always speak up. The more you stay quite, harder it becomes to talk again.
- Keep a little personal time, I understand its tough in nuclear families.
- Always wait for other one to get calmer before arguing over something they strongly believe in and try to make it a discussion instead of an argument.
Thank you dear Misha. It is interesting to know your views on maintaining the spark in the relationship.
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