Inspiring and Empowering Positive People
Any insight/pearls of wisdom to offer you guys? I'm curious...
I'll be watching with interest also :)
Be the partner you want in your life. Make a vision board of the kind of life you want and what kind of partner would work in that life and imagine that partner in your life daily. If you have a partner, pray for them daily. I heard if you make 6 positive or maybe 7 positive statements about your partner to every 1 bad comment, your relationship will be ok. If you are saying more negative, then for 31 days try to find one good thing about your partner and tell them daily. what's for you won't pass you by...so be yourself. Try to love unselfishly but still be thoughtful for you partner..love them how you want to be loved. If you can't accept someone how they are, then leave them alone. I know all this but I still have much to learn about relationships.
Insight and pearls of wisdom on what exactly. That's pretty broad. Believe me; I have a lot of them. One that I am particularly fond of is LET GO! When you hold on too tight, it's self-defeating. I just wrote a short ebook with tips on getting over a breakup. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ATQ8M2I Do you want tips on staying together? My favorite one for that is ACCEPTANCE! You can change no one but yourself. Of course, don't accept the unacceptable. I agree with Enjo that if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Unfortunately, you can fool yourself into thinking that you are really accepting a person as they are when you really don't. Sooner or later it will come to a head. I believe it is better to give than receive; however, don't get taken for granted. Early on in a relationship if bells go off in your head, heed them. Don't drag it out. I dragged it out for 18 years, all the while knowing in my heart it wasn't right. However, don't regret the past. Had I not had those 18 years I would have missed out on some incredible experiences and meeting some wonderful people. Don't be clingy and jealous. People who are self confident have no need for jealousy.
Wow, for somebody who didn't know what to write, I sure did write a bit! Actually, could go on forever, but I think I'll leave some for my next book! :-)