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Nobody’s perfect. Just because you’re a neatnik doesn’t mean your partner is inclined that way. That said, anyone is going to find some of their partner’s habits annoying after living together for a time — but focusing on the negatives is a pattern you should try to break if your goal is to rekindle the love you once felt. Psychologist Julie Malone says it takes practice to accept another’s flaws, but the payoff will be worth it, because you’ll soon be having kinder, more loving thoughts about your partner, just as you did in the early days.“Accepting your partner’s shortcomings is an invaluable way to move past negativity toward a healthier mind and relationship,” she says.Shortcomings such as physical or emotional abuse are, of course, never acceptable, Malone warns. “There may be other shortcomings that only you know within yourself are unacceptable according to your life values, but it isn’t things like leaving the toilet seat up!” she says. Try this: If you’re not naturally organized, consider built-in storage that gives you a place for everything.