Domestic Dish: The secret to being a happy couple

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Apparently, the key to couple bliss isn't over-the-top romance. According to a new study the secret to happy couples lie in four surprisingly-simple practices.

1) Don't try to change each other

2) Frame your demands as favors: Instead of saying "I hate how you have to have everything scheduled," say, "I would love a day were we can just be spontaneous."

3) Vocalizing your appreciation: Give your partner positive reinforcement.

4) Focus on the positive: Instead of thinking about all the annoying and wrong things your partner does, stop and remind yourself of all the great and positive things they do.

Watch the video above for more.

Also in this edition of the Domestic Dish, the retro stroller is back and the Pinterest picks of the week.

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