How To Improve Your Relationship In Marriage

A marriage is a commitment to love, cherish and honour your other half in sickness and in health. It’s an exciting time in any couple’s lives and a celebration of their relationship. However, over time it’s easy to become complacent and take each other for granted. Just because you’re married, doesn’t mean you should stop romanticising your lives. So, here are some ways to improve your relationship in marriage.



You’ve probably heard many people talk about the benefits of communication in relationships. Discussing what you want and need from your partner ensures that you’re always on the same page. A relationship without communication can lead to distance between the two of you, overthinking and even separation. So, make sure that if any issues arise, you talk about them and work through them together. Subsequently, this avoids things getting blown out of proportion.



Living in the same place for a long time could put a strain on your relationship. Often, people choose to live in the same area as it’s an easy and comfortable option. However, relocating could help you feel revitalised and start fresh. For example, divorce can be common in London due to the busy lifestyle and fast-paced lifestyle. Often, people who focus on their own goals don’t have room for marriage. Moving to a more remote or peaceful area will give you the space to let your marriage flourish.


Quality time

Balancing full-time jobs, family, friends, and other commitments can be hard. But we often forget about the things most important to us. Making quality time for you and your spouse will give you the space to work on your relationship. Try to do something you both love and just take some quiet time to relax together. Some great ideas are a spa day, a night away, a trip to the beach, a meal out or a movie night at home.


Working on issues

If there are problems in your relationship, it’s important not to disregard them. Facing issues head-on in your relationship will help maintain a healthy marriage. Sweeping any issues that you might have under the rug will only cause larger problems in the future. So, take the time to work together and move forward.



Once you’ve worked on your communication, it’s time to listen. Making a conscious effort to listen to your partner and make them feel heard will transform your relationship. Life can be stressful, so hearing each other out and working on any problems both little or large will help you both open up in the future.

Stewart Thurlow

Stewart Thurlow

I once shared a lift with Meryl Streep & Julianne Moore. Oh, & Victoria Beckham smiled at me. UK Editor for ADDICTED.
Stewart Thurlow