Reduce some stress off your romantic relationship by picking up the slack don’t worry about it being 50/50. Do what you do with a smile and pleasing personality; it makes a positive difference.
After you’ve done this everyday for at least three weeks, ask your partner how they would rate you on a scale of 1 – 10 with 10 being the greatest as it relates to you as a husband, wife, etc. If you are given a number that is less than ten, ask your partner what can you do to bring up your number to a ten. Then do what you can to make those adjustments happen and not just for an instant, but as part of your normal routine.
Repeat this process every few months. If your relationship doesn’t improve for the positive seek professional help and if that doesn’t work you may want to look for a new partner.
SPECIAL NOTE: Your partner should eventually take note and start to follow your lead without you asking them to do so. If they don’t you may have a selfish partner on your hand and/or they think they are doing everything correct.
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Sometimes two wonderful, intelligent, single and attractive people meet and through the course of courting and/or dating they find they aren’t right for each other and/or may not be right at that time for each other. It doesn’t mean either are bad people it simply means it wasn’t meant at that time.
After all the dating and courting process is meant to find out if you are indeed compatible with someone if I’m not mistaken.
“…shoes seem to be more permanent than marriage nowadays.” Tajuana Crayton
When should you purchase new shoes or cars? When should you get married? When should you leave the shoes or cars at the store? When should you stop dating someone? When should you return your shoes or cars? When should you get a divorce?
Trying on shoes in a store may sometimes be similar to test driving a car, you know for sure if the shoes don’t fit just as you know for sure if a certain car isn’t right for you when you test drive. Sometimes there’s the instant you’re not 100% sure on the shoes or the car and consider returning them after they’ve been worn.
Out of a perceived need to have the shoes and/or car immediately you may make the initial purchase figuring they’re “good enough” only to find out when you put the product to “your” real world use they really don’t fit. Unfortunately, people sometimes do this in their romantic relationships and prematurely get married thinking the person they married is “good enough.” That’s not fair to you nor the other person. Don’t marry because the person is “good enough” marry because…
My disclaimer, I’ve yet to be married.
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If a man ever feels his temper rising to the unfortunate point of no return he should do one of the most civil and simplest things possible, WALK AWAY FROM THE IMMEDIATE SITUATION and return when he knows he may keep a level head and communicate from a point of love and positivity.
What do you think may be done to diffuse a potentially volatile situation between a man and woman?
When responding attempt not to be to complex. This is meant to present solutions to create additional problems. Keep in mind your response may be just what someone is needing at this very moment. Share in love and in the most positive manner possible.
Thank you and I look forward to reading your sincere thoughts! Maat-Hotep!
Arthurice Brundidge posed the following questions on Facebook.
“Is this true or false: We ignore the ones that adore us, adore the ones that ignore us, love the ones who hurt us, and hurt the ones that love us? If it’s true, why is it true? If it’s false for you, explain how you were able to overcome these tendencies?”
Love Tendencies Response:
It may be true if you allow it. In many instances there are signs and we decide to ignore them, causing us to be trapped in that emotional roller coaster.
We like who we like and love who we love I think in many instances it’s a matter of divine intervention. However, giving the possibilities of choice we decide to act on those feelings or not. The goal then is go where you’ll find the greatest reciprocal feeling, love, attention and so forth.
The moment you recognize you aren’t getting what you’re giving then you have a duty to yourself, the other person and the nature of the relationship to voice your concerns. After considerable time if the person doesn’t make adjustments that work for your heart, mind and spirit then it’s time to exit, stage left, as soon as possible.
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