Think about this, how much attention time and effort do people spend on dating each other, making the right impression, having fun, doing special things together?
Now think about this, when people get divorced how much time effort and money is focused on getting divorced, lawyers, planning what they want.
Now look at when the couple are married how much time, effort and money do they focus on creating the relationship they really want? That’s right most people spend next to no time on feeding the relationship what it really needs and are shocked when it starts to go wrong.
Getting relationships wrong cause couples the biggest trauma both financially and emotionally, AND WILL affect your future for years.
This really is crazy, but do you know what? You can’t blame the people, we are not taught from children that building relationships takes skill and understanding on a whole new level.
The area the couple really needs to focus on is the process of planning, creating and building the relationship with the goal the relationship stays lasting and passionate.
The main reason is most people don’t feed their relationships in the way that works is because they don’t know how, or they assume they don’t need to because their relationship is fine today.
You see relationships don’t just happen. Relationships will die no matter how good they are today if the couple don’t feed it what it really needs. Knowing how to grow the relationship through the ups and downs that life will throw at them is critical. Problem will stike and the couple have to know what to do and most don’t.
If you are going to throw your money and time into to anything throw it into learning how to building a passionate lasting relationship and prevent yet another divorce.
So if you are just starting out on a life together or some problems have started to creep in. Don’t do what most couples do, which is to only focus on the relationship when it’s going so wrong splitting up is one of the options.
Make your relationship your priority today and discover the path that leads you to…
- A relationship that’s full of love and certainty
- A relationship where you know you matter to your partner.
- A relationship that’s filled with adventure, fun and passion,
- A relationship that is growing even when life gets tough, because it will.
- A relationship where meeting each other needs become critical.
- A relationship whose bond gets stronger as the years progress.
- Isn’t that what you want?
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