Things that make your relationship feel like home!

Not beautiful interiors, exotic decor, regal chandeliers, expensive cars, too many servants, countless wardrobes and endless food. Even if you provide your partner with all these things or if you both work together to gain all the luxuries in your life to lead a sophisticated lifestyle, still you won't feel at home with your partner if you miss a few basics yet utmost crucial things in your romantic bond. A house remains a place where a home represents an emotion. Hence, you need to appreciate a few feelings inside out to make your relationship feel like home!


A healthy laugh is something no one can deny any day and if your partner gets that from you, it is way more precious than gifting expensive things every single day. After devoting a few years together, many couples lose the spark of being spontaneously fun-loving people. Instead of attending stand-up comedy shows together, you can make fun of each other whenever it is possible in between your daily routines to feel that you both remain as that crazy couple who can bring smiles to each other faces instantly without trying much. Don't neglect that fantastic side of you.

Completing the sentences:

Not literally though. If you truly understand your partner, you gradually become telepathic in your relationship and it's another amazing factor to understand your partner better. Here completing the sentences is all about undertaking things for your partner before he/she requests you. You don't have to book a huge banquet hall to throw a bash for your partner. Giving a hot bag for your partner to relieve cramps, making your partner's bed before he comes and crashes in it, preparing your partner's favourite recipe to cheer up her day, planning a getaway as a holiday break before your partner is about to ask and many more little things in the form of tiny efforts you portray to show that you understand your partner better than anyone else.

Peace of mind:

To feel at home, your partner should walk into your abode without thinking twice about getting inside and having your company in between the four walls. That's a very important factor. Of course, not all days are good but if you can make your partner feel welcome even on a bad day regardless of issues you both encounter as a couple, you can survive that relationship for a very long time with no doubt. It can be attained only when there's peace at home even after having crazy fights and arguments. It's difficult but not impossible.


After having a passionate commitment in the initial days of the relationship, glitches arise in a couple and in the process of overcoming those emotional and mental hurdles there's a chance for a person to lose one's consciousness of compassion and empathy. You only lose them if you consider your partner for granted. If your partner doesn't find such compassionate empathy from you, then there is no point in being in a relationship. Whom do you expect your partner must go to in the first place when he/she feels low? It must be you all the time!