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andredesignz
Here are some suggestions of things that we do to keep our
relationship alive and are things you can do to build strong roots in
your relationships beginning right now...

1. Talk about everything that is important to you and don't keep
secrets. Let your partner know who you are.

2. Keep your heart open to your partner even if you want to close it.
That doesn't mean you always agree with him/her but it does mean that
you listen and you remember that the two of you love each other, even
if it doesn't seem that way in the moment.

3. Resolve differences as soon as you can and don't let them simmer.
Old resentments and judgments that come up time and time again
without resolution kill relationships from the inside out.

4. Stay in the present moment. Nothing damages relationships more
that when you live in the past-even past relationships-or futurize
what "might" happen.

5. Make a commitment to "not run away" -physically or emotionally--
when things get difficult or if there is a problem or challenge
between the two of you. It's okay to take some time to "get
yourself" together so that you can be totally "present" while your
partner speaks but make sure that you set a time to do so if either
of you need to do that.
kutekitten
I like this, you have a very firm grasp on relationships, this isn't very common in today's world... Sad
macky
andredesignz wrote:
Here are some suggestions of things that we do to keep our
relationship alive and are things you can do to build strong roots in
your relationships beginning right now...

1. Talk about everything that is important to you and don't keep
secrets. Let your partner know who you are.

2. Keep your heart open to your partner even if you want to close it.
That doesn't mean you always agree with him/her but it does mean that
you listen and you remember that the two of you love each other, even
if it doesn't seem that way in the moment.

3. Resolve differences as soon as you can and don't let them simmer.
Old resentments and judgments that come up time and time again
without resolution kill relationships from the inside out.

4. Stay in the present moment. Nothing damages relationships more
that when you live in the past-even past relationships-or futurize
what "might" happen.

5. Make a commitment to "not run away" -physically or emotionally--
when things get difficult or if there is a problem or challenge
between the two of you. It's okay to take some time to "get
yourself" together so that you can be totally "present" while your
partner speaks but make sure that you set a time to do so if either
of you need to do that.


hhhhmmmm... i like what you've said. All of the things you stated is right and yah those things is the common things that we need to remember and always remind our selves each and every passing days. Well i just like want to add something about the first thing you said that talk about important things from us as a partner. I think when your partner does vice versa, you have to listen carefully and try your best to appreciate all of the things that she mention about her/his self because it makes for her/him that she feels shes/his important to her/his partner and i bet it will result as a good way of making your relationship better and stronger..
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