By: Michelle Parker WorldWideWeirdNews.com
When you fall in love with somebody, you want to be with them forever.
Many people worry that someone will ruin it for them by stealing their partner.
However, to ensure that your partner does not cheat on you and stays with you for a long time, you have to know what got your partner into the relationship in the first place.
Each person gets into a relationship for an emotional connection, to be loved and respected for who they are and not to be lonely.
Here are tips to make ensure that nobody steals your partner.
Make sure your partner feels loved, and never feels lonely or misunderstood.
When your partner is emotionally happy and satisfied, they will not be interested in other people, and no matter how much others will try, your partner will not fall for their advances.
Think about the time you first began dating, when you were so into getting to know your partner and to win them over, and your partner did the same for you.
The relationship was all about each other, and both of you were not interested in anyone else but each other.
During that time, you spoke on the phone everyday, and you listened to everything your partner said.
This is why you partner fell in love with you and what your partner still wants from you.
People tend to lose sight of this once they get their partner to be in a committed relationship.
You may be working many hours to provide for your family and you come home too tired to have a deep conversation or to listen to complaints.
However, your partner waited for you all day and wants to connect emotionally by sharing their feelings and everything that happened during their day.
If you are not willing or able to listen, you partner will likely feel lonely and then they may seek emotional support from someone else.
Find ways to keep your lover emotionally happy. One great way to do so is to go to their job. Ask your partner when you can come see where they work, and meet their coworkers.
This way you can see the environment where they spend a large part of their day, and when they speak about their day and their work, you will understand them better.