Finding Comfort in Your Partner


All good relationships take time to develop into great ones. Nothing good comes easy in life, and definitely not when it comes to having the type of relationship that you want. Sure, you may have found the perfect person for you. But just because you found someone that you might tend to view as utter perfection, it doesn’t mean that the road ahead will be smooth or easy all of the time, nor should you expect it to be.


Good relationships are something that we all want and hope to have in life. But if you’re not going to be willing to do whatever it takes to make things work, you’re not going to get to where you hope to be. If you’re willing to put the love, effort, and hard work into working on yourself and becoming an even better person than you were when you were single, then it’s going to be hard to do your part in your relationship. We all have to be the best versions of ourselves in order to have a great relationship with someone else.


What’s great about being in a loving relationship is knowing that you have one another. But more so, knowing that you have the person, not only in times of happiness filled with laughter, good times, and for smooth sailing, but that you also have that person when you need comfort, understanding, a friend, and someone to confide in. Having a partner that you can depend on can mean so much, including the fact that you’ll never feel alone. I’m a big believer in being with a partner that can also be your best friend and someone that you can run to when in need or coequal just to share things with.


Nothing in life is as good as having that one solid companion that can be a shoulder to lean on, to cry on, and to embrace. Having a loving hand to hold is everything, and can be incredibly comforting, whether as a sign of comfort, or simply as an expression of your love. Holding hands is something that two people can both equally benefit from that provides effortless warmth and comfort. Having an adequate amount of closeness is imperative in any relationship, and even more so, in times of healing and when one or both people are going through challenging times. And the same thing goes for your feet, believe it or not. Let your feet touch when you sleep. Especially, after an argument. It’s a way of staying connected on a physical and an emotional level. 


Although relationships take hard work in order to succeed, it’s also important to remember to do things like having a date night, and to go out of your way at times by keeping the fire alive in your relationship. All couples will have issues, disagreements, and even argue at times. But you know that you’re in a truly good relationship when you can always go to your partner in times of need, and when you need a little comfort. After all, being there for one another and knowing that you can depend on each other through the good and the bad times is everything.

Anne Cohen

Founder, Owner, Writer, and Editor at Anne Cohen Writes
Anne Cohen is a lifestyle and relationship blogger based in Los Angeles, CA. Her blogs are Anne Cohen and Anne Cohen Writes. She contributes to various publications including The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and many more. She's passionate about love, writing, chess, and more than anything, her two kids.

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