If I've said it once I've said it a billion times — relationships are hard work. When you've been with the same person for a long time, you inevitably get to the point where you know each other in just about every way possible. The good— and the not so good. There are certain things every long term couple does everyday that build their relationship up and make them the definition of #relationshipgoals. And the best part is that a lot of these happen as a natural part of progression. (I mean, after all this time, is there really a reason for shutting the bathroom door anymore?)
My husband and I have been together for almost four years, and in that time we've seen the best and worst of each other. We have weird little quirks that bring us closer, and habits that we practice everyday without fail.
Whether you've been with your SO for 15 years or five, these habits are inescapable and healthy. Before you get worried that you're getting "too comfortable," remember that these habits are just the sign of a relationship that's working. Some of them are funny, some are serious, and others are just plain weird. Nonetheless, it's the day to day interactions like these that build a genuine long term relationship.