How do you interact so that your relationship or marriage can move forward? (Part 2)

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To interact with your spouse effectively, you must first do the followings:

Acceptance

Acceptance is your willingness to take that person for who they are, and what they are able to do because you know who they truly are. This is like knowing that the person is unique and that their deeds are like an expression of how unique they are. With such an idea, you will find them and all that they do very interesting, since you will not find fault in their actions.

Trust 

Trust is the assurance you have that your partner is who you think he or she really is. It is not who you think they are going to be in the future. Trust balances your mind on a flat base, where you think that your partner will behave in a particular way especially in a way that will make you feel safe and proud, no matter the situation the person is in.

 

 

To be continued…

 

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16 responses to “How do you interact so that your relationship or marriage can move forward? (Part 2)

  1. Seeing your partner as interesting is an important idea; so often it seems that we get too familiar with our partners to the point that we take them for granted. Each day with your beloved is a marvelous gift; to see that with fresh eyes is vital to the lifeblood of the relationship.

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    • You are right, lisaslarsen. Familiarity brings contempt, and in most cases couples fall to that trap and that is where they start taking each other for granted. So finding one’s partner interesting after a long relationship is the lifeblood of that union because it’s like seeing them with fresh eyes daily. Thank you for this excellent contribution. I really appreciate.

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    • Yes it is, but in the real sense one has to know when to give one’s partner the chance to have their quiet time. It’s important not to get angry or become a different person because one’s partner is tired or busy, and not available. This is where most spouse’s make mistakes because they tend to behave differently from what their partner is used to, forgetting that the best way to always string their partner along is to remain sweet and helpful.

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