Nate Bagley was a single man fed up of hearing all the love stories. From scandal and divorces, to fairytale romance, he just couldn’t handle it. So he decided to spend a year interviewing couples.
During his adventure, he was very surprised to find the key ingredients needed to maintain a healthy relationship:
The happiest couples loved their partners as much as they loved themselves. They were independently happy and knew how to take responsibility for their actions.
They stood by each other no matter what. If things got a bit rocky neither one would walk away from the relationship.
They trusted each other and didn’t feel the need to undermine one another. Since they’ve proven that they are each other biggest advocates, they were both emotionally secure.
The happiest couples tried to experience some sort of meaningful connection or create a fun memory on a daily basis.