Please ask specific questions to the community.
Asking for generic tips for personal improvements in a serious commitment isn’t going to be as promising as you may hope. We simply don’t know all of the private details about your relationship structure or progression, and we have absolutely no deep understanding of who you or your partner are as individuals. We don’t know where you, your partner, or your relationship is in any regard, and we don’t know your capabilities, entire personalities, or desires.
Put time and effort into identifying ways you can improve yourself and your relationship. Ask specific questions based on that when trying to create a route to achieve or maintain the improvement(s). That’s the best starting point. You should educate yourself about your partner and their interests, which should also lead to specific questions you may have or specific material you feel you need to research. Use generic advice generically—there is no “one advice fits all” for all relationships that exist or will exist.
Your partner is special, right?
Your relationship is special, right?
Then how would a group of strangers know how beautiful what you have is enough to help you improve it by providing generic “advice”?
Think about it.
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