Laughter seems to many is a banal and automatic act. However, in a relationship, he holds a very important place. It significantly strengthens the link that exists between them. With work and the daily routine, it has become increasingly difficult for a large number of couples to find a little complicity in laughing together and sharing strong moments.
Laughter is important because it can help a relationship last, it is also a good medicine to cheer up.
Why do we need to laugh in a relationship?
A study of dating sites has shown that humor is a criterion that is very often required for those who are looking for their half. This shows indeed how much in a couple relationship, we need humor so that the common life is not a weight.
- Laughter is a good remedy for getting out of everyday routine.
- It is also a moment memorable and pleasant that we share with two and that in time allows building strong links.
- Laughing together is also a way of sharing true complicity. It helps to erase the tensions that have accumulated over time.
- Sharing moments of humor is also a way to understand how important the relationship is with each other and that each feels supported by the other.
- It also evacuates stress more easily.
A couple who takes the time to share moments of laughter is easier to forgive when a problem occurs.
Essential memories of a relationship
To be able to laugh together in a couple, you have to find the ideal subject or the ideal context. The best moments are surely childhood. It feels good to dive back sometimes in this period. Especially the games that made us laugh when we were kids like water guns, make good jokes, paintball, pillow fight.
Even if it’s a game, it helps break down the barriers that have built up over time. But there are also these moments of meetings:
- the little blunder
- the first kisses
- the first outings together
They helped build many relationships.
In short, often, by going back a little, we realize that we have lived many things, but also that we realize how some situations are fun. For this, a psychologist working at a university in South Carolina conducted an experiment. The principle is simple, we must remember the first meetings and everyone will talk in turn, then this moment will be recorded.
The couples who visualized the video then laughed. The conclusion was satisfactory, couples who shared laughter together have more intimate and stronger relationships.