How to Choose Your Partner and Build a Stronger Relationship

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You finding the right person and building a relationship is the topic of the century. More and more people break up, divorce or find themselves lonely and disappointed by their partners.

Secondly,

  1. Firstly:

    In the beginning, you need to look for some common grounds related to life in general. Mind for a similar level of education and career aspirations, choice of geographical location, desire for a long-term relationship or building a family. Same applies for lifestyle expectations, religion and values or sexual

    Compatibility

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  2. Secondly:

    Watch for deal-breakers: vices, infidelity, abuse, immaturity, 3rd party intervention, self and self-worth insecurities, care for appearance and cleanliness. As you dive into the relationship, recheck for point 1 above religion and upbringing differences, long-distance, significant income differences, money interests or money or fame greed, another family, interest for personal development.Dating Advice Woman

  3. Thirdly:

    if you feel comfortable that the above criteria do not raise the major issue, then, it is worthwhile paying closer attention to building your partnership at a stronger level. Perhaps you have already been doing so, which is great, this will therefore only raise your awareness.
    1. Build each other’s confidence, treat with trust and respect

    2. Support individual projects for further personal growth and sharing

    3. Ensure time together for common passions and hobbies

    4. Practice positivity, patience and whatever you do, do it with good intentions and love

    5. Increase your level of presence and embody two-way communication (when in conflict talk about facts and your feelings without throwing arrows at the other person)
    As the relationship advances and years pass, perhaps remind yourself to:
    1. Make sure you stay in touch: hug, kiss, write, talk, plan for connection and intimate moments

    2. Realign your priorities, interests and vision for success (avoids unmet expectations)

    3. Don’t get lost in roles (parent, child or toxic relationships; you are an adult for your couple) or lose identity (do only things that other wants and not take care of self)

    4. Practice healthy communication (positive feed-back, allow SARAH, conflict resolution)

    5. Don’t get caught in thoughts, worries and material possessions, but take life with ease and be in the flow. That will bring security and joy in a natural way
    How do you know he or she is the right ”one” for you?
    If all things in the right direction, you feel it. Your intuition tells you. You effortlessly flow in the same direction, you dream together, you do not care what others think or say. Your partner is your friend, lover and confident and you grow together. In a partnership fears are waived, feelings are not guessed but shared, disapproval will be done from equality. You are comfortable together and you want to be part of each other’s activities even if they don’t seem extremely special. Doing nothing is wonderful together. You are joyful, energized and passionate. Conversations unwind, you laugh at each other without hearting feelings and you don’t feel an urge to control what the other is doing.

  4. Depending on your stage in life and personal agenda, above may or may not apply. You may wish to decide for yourself what is the criteria that matter at every step. Make your own list of ”musts” and ”deal-breakers”. Whilst picturing it, you may come to realize lots of things about what is important to you, what really matters in your relationships and what are the things that you could never come to terms with. Generic recipes don’t work for everybody. They are meant to kick the process of self-discovery, investigation and personal development.
    The journey is your destination and it’s not easy or straight forward. 


    Dating Advice

  5. If you feel comfortable that the above criteria do not raise a major issue, then, it is worthwhile paying closer attention to building your partnership at a stronger level. Perhaps you have already been doing so, which is great, this will therefore only raise your awareness.

1. Build each other’s confidence, treat with trust and respect

2. Support individual projects for further personal growth and sharing

3. Ensure time together for common passions and hobbies

4. Practice positivity, patience and whatever you do, do it with good intentions and love

5. Increase your level of presence and embody two-way communication (when in conflict talk about facts and your feelings without throwing arrows at the other person)

As the relationship advances and years pass, perhaps remind yourself to:

1. Make sure you stay in touch: hug, kiss, write, talk, plan for connection and intimate moments

2. Realign your priorities, interests and vision for success (avoids unmet expectations)

3. Don’t get lost in roles (parent, child or toxic relationships; you are an adult for your couple) or lose identity (do only things that other wants and not take care of self)

4. Practice healthy communication (positive feed-back, allow SARAH, conflict resolution)

5. Don’t get caught in thoughts, worries and material possessions, but take life with ease and be in the flow. That will bring security and joy in a natural way

How do you know he or she is the right ”one” for you?

If all things in the right direction, you feel it. Your intuition tells you. You effortlessly flow in the same direction, you dream together, you do not care what others think or say. Your partner is your friend, lover and confident and you grow together. In a partnership fears are waived, feelings are not guessed but shared, disapproval will be done from equality.

You are comfortable together and you want to be part of each other’s activities even if they don’t seem extremely special. Doing nothing is terrific together. You are joyful, energized and passionate. Conversations unwind, you laugh at each other without hearting feelings and you don’t feel an urge to control what the other is doing.

Depending on your stage in life and personal agenda, above may or may not apply. You may wish to decide for yourself what is the criteria that matter at every step. Make your own list of ”musts” and ”deal-breakers”.

Whilst picturing it, you may come to realize lots of things about what is important to you, what really matters in your relationships and what are the things that you could never come to terms with. Generic recipes don’t work for everybody. They are meant to kick the process of self-discovery, investigation and personal development.

The journey is your destination and it’s not easy or straight forward. 

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