Our guests will provide daily tips to improve your relationship, advice for young couples, amazing books and resources and much more. Did you know that well over half of the communication you have in your relationship is nonverbal?

We all know that feeling when your partner 'needs to talk'.

One of the biggest relationship tips is to give your undivided attention when your partner is speaking. Giving back is a great way to keep perspective of how great your relationship is, and how lucky you both are.

Plus, we asked a few of our favorite relationship experts for Ami Angelowicz. It might sound obvious, but when you really allow yourself to listen—and ask questions about—what your partner says, it not only leads to better conversations, but also better communication.

From how to deal with jealousy to how to get over a potentially deadly lull, we’ve got 101 relationship tips that you can start implementing right now.

Help each other with chores and other necessary, if banal, activities — cooking, cleaning, re-organizing, etc.

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I Do Podcast interviews today’s most successful and inspiring relationship experts, therapists and couples.

Hosted by Chase and Sarah Kosterlitz, I Do Podcast is all about inspiring young couples to create a fulfilling and happy relationship.

I really enjoy all the different topics that you may have thought about or discussed with your girlfriends, but hadn't really discussed with your partner.

Being part of a couple is hard, but the best relationship tips are really all about maintenance. Have a handful of great friends or family members you can call so your significant other doesn’t have to hear every small grievance going on your life. It’s is one of the most important things you can do.

When you and your partner see positive actions, solutions, or behavior in one another, acknowledge it and remind each other to keep it up. Establish genuine connections with the other’s friends and family. This is the stuff that makes the world go ’round, people! Pay attention to the tiny things that bother your partner, and if it’s painless for you, work to change them. If your partner’s day sucked and yours was just “eh,” let them have the pity (and the control of the remote, and the choice of take-out).

Remember all the amazing things that brought you from then to now.

Finally a podcast about one of my favorite topics, love!