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Another tip: Plan for some time each week without digital distractions.
The truth is that it can often feel like you aren’t spending a lot of time together, but you actually are—you’re just on your phones instead of with each other.
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If you’ve noticed the telltale signs of cheating—like your partner is constantly on their phone, or they change their password, or they’re traveling a lot for work but not checking in—then it’s best to try to find evidence before confronting them.
3) I’m scared to talk to my partner about money—what’s the best way to do it?
Finally, do your research and show up prepared with questions—just like you would if you were going into a business meeting, advises Sussman.
If you know that one parent is a writer, for example, read some of their work before you go.
(Or Google the company they work for.) “Having some questions prepared helps you feel more confident going in,” she says.2) I’m in a long-term relationship, and it feels like my partner never makes time for me anymore.
The trick is to work together on this, rather than placing all of the blame on your partner, explains sex and relationship expert , Ph D, host of the “Sex with Emily” podcast on i Tunes and radio show on Sirius XM.