The Movie Couple “N. Mammadzadeh and F. Hosseini” who became real couple

“What may seem insignificant, trivial, or cute to you may be serious to your partner,” Tessina says. “Recognize what is important to your partner and don’t discuss it with your friends or family.” Everyone gets annoyed with their significant other sometimes, and that’s fine. However, a good spouse never, ever airs their grievances publicly. “Even when it sounds like a joke, our partners are hurt, embarrassed, and shamed when we discuss private matters with family or friends,” says dating and relationship coach Rosalind Sedacca. “As tempting as it may be to bring up those incidents with others, resist. It’s disrespectful and won’t lead to a positive resolution.”

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November 12, 2021 | 5:00 pm