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The Top Tip for Remaining Happy in Love

For the last few weeks, I have been feeling completely and utterly happy in love. Why? Firstly, I had my best business month to date and I love all the work that I do as the Happyologist®. Secondly, my horse Mickey started behaving and performing at dressage competitions again and I love experiencing him grow and develop. Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, I said yes to marrying the man of my dreams #engaged! That’s why I expect this feeling of being completely happy in love to last quite some time.

This also prompted me to think about why I am feeling so happy in love and why the relationship I have with my fiancé is so beautiful. That’s when I remembered a brilliant relationship tip I heard from one of my positive psychology professors from years ago. It really stuck with me because I believe it is the number one tip for remaining happy in love in any relationship. It probably also stuck because this professor was the lead researcher in multiple relationship studies – so she really knew what she was talking about!

That’s why today’s video is all about this one tip that helps you to remain happy in love for good. Watch the video below if you want to discover what it is – and even learn about porcupines ;)

I hope you enjoyed the video – and the bonus porcupine story that came with it. As I said, I truly stand by it and live by this tip in my own very happy, fulfilling relationship. I encourage you to try it out too!

If you did enjoy this post, please like it, share it, tweet it, all of it – I really appreciate it and so will your friends and followers who are eager to learn more about happy relationships :)

With that, I wish you good luck in your (porcupine) adventures and until next time!

With love, light & happiness,

Susanna x


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