I’m lining up books for the next 12 months, and I know you’re a book-reading bunch (that’s how you found me, right? So if you have some must-reads that would fit in the above categories, please share them in the comments!And if you’d like to keep abreast of my reading, follow me on Goodreads: goodreads.com/Ali Binazir.Relationship rules for successful love There are a few relationship rules that can change a drifting relationship into a romantic one.But as trivial and simple as they may seem, it’s something that needs a lot of effort and dedication to achieve.A sense of security and belonging is important to both genders and you can usually tell if that’s missing. You know that you have no secrets Another good sign is if you know that you are keeping no secrets from one another.When a man is an open book and shares everything with you, then you can relax a little and be more confident that he will not cheat. He only has eyes for you If his eyes are not constantly roving, when you are out with him and he seems to only have eyes for you, then you can be confident that he’s not on the lookout for alternatives.If you have made plans together and are striving for common goals, then he is less likely to throw all that away for a quick fling on the side. He’s happy at home There is no excuse for cheating, it’s wrong, but there are often underlying reasons behind a man, or a woman, being unfaithful.If your man is comfortable in his own home and you obviously enjoy being together, then he’s not going to want to lose that.
True, falling in love is easy, but staying in love always needs a bit of work.He has a good track record It’s no guarantee, but if he hasn’t cheated before, then he’s less likely to do it now.Guys can get into the habit of cheating and the more they do it, the easier it gets for them, so, if he has no history of cheating at all, then it’s probably just not in his nature. You are working towards common goals It’s good if your guy has independence, but it’s also important that you are working towards common goals.At the beginning of 2016, I decided to devote more time to my favorite activity: reading.I set myself a rough target of two books a week, and got through about 110 of them (32,000 pages, according to my Goodreads profile). : These books aren’t necessarily the most fun to get through, but they’re talking about something super important that is probably affecting your life right now, e.g.