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Here is your Find Your Perfect Life Partner tip 48.

At last science shows what makes a relationship last...

Life Partner Tip 48. How To Make Your Life Partner Relationship Last.

You have found that special life person and now you want to make love last. So what do you do? Prize your partner's happiness and well-being above your own, a new survey suggests.

Putting your partner first -- called altruistic love -- was what the University of Chicago survey studied. In fact the scientists looked at more than 1,300 people, 60% of whom were married.

They Found That:

* Married people with high levels of altruistic love had happier marriages.
* Married or not, altruistic love for a life partner or significant other improved overall happiness.

How Do You Rate When It Comes To Altruistic Love?

Wondering about your own level of altruistic love? Write down how strongly you agree or disagree with these statements on a scale of 1 to 10. 10 being the strongest agreement:

* I would rather endure suffering myself than let my lover suffer.
* I am happy when my life partner/spouse/lover is happy.
* I am am usually willing to put aside my wishes to let the one I love achieve his/her goals.
* I would endure almost anything for the one I love.

The vast majority of survey participants agreed or strongly agreed with those statements.

9/10 agreed or strongly agreed with the first statement.
7/10 agreed or strongly agreed with the second statement.
8/10 agreed or strongly agreed with the last two statements.

What does this all mean when it comes to a life partner relationship?

Those people with a relationship "that have a high sense of altruistic love toward their partner turn out to have much happier relationships," says Dr. Smith.
Altruism is normally defined as helping others without getting anything back. In this case when one does this the relationship grows stronger and everyone wins!

Not Just for Married People

Married people were more likely to rank high in altruistic love than the unmarried. But altruistic love improved things even for those only dating.

When non-married couples “put each other” first the resulting upward spiral in the relationship actually lead to marriage and long term relationships in many cases. So if you are looking to improve the success of your life partner relationship, put your partner first! And what do you know? You gain too!

To your success!


By: Sasha F.P. LeBaron
Sasha is a relationship coach, founder of and author. He lives with his life partner Amy, a large fluffy cat and still goes on romantic dates on a regular basis.

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