Relationship Advice: You Have to Work for Your Relationship

Relationship Advice Like a Pro:

Relationship Advice:
Work on your relationship every day

In order to receive anything you want in life you have to put in the work to get it.  A happy, healthy relationship is no exception to that rule.

You don't go through school or life for that matter just hoping that the best happens for you without putting out any effort in it do you?  Then why would you think that a relationship would be any different?

A relationship is a commitment just like everything else in your life.  You have to want to be together and stay together in order for that relationship to work and both partners have to want it just as badly as the other.  A relationship cannot be one sided.  It has to always be a two way street or it will be doomed from the start.

When you get into a relationship there is a certain responsibility that comes with that relationship.  So many people anymore feel that they can simply decide the relationship isn't working for them anymore and they just go their separate ways.  It's an easy fix to a problem that a couple didn't want to work on together to resolve.

You both have to commit to each other and to the relationship in order for it to work.  Say you've had a bad day at work and you come home and immediately start taking it out on your partner.  That's the wrong way to go about it.  It's not their fault you had a bad day so why not use your partner as a safe haven, someone who will understand and help you through the issues of the day.

Everyone today seems so much more stressed than they used to and that stress carries over into their life at home rather than letting home be the best place that you want to be because it's peaceful and happy.

We aren't given a how-to book on ways to make our relationships work, but being kind to one another is a great place to start.  Give each other compliments and keep them coming every single day.  Not just on the days when you remember to do it or just feel like you should.  Do it because you mean it. 

Be quick to forgive and even quicker to apologize.  Both will go a long way in helping you maintain happiness and blissfulness in your relationship.  You will both be more willing to compromise and realize that your relationship is sometimes 50/50 but more often than not, it's 40/60, 20/80 or whatever numbers you choose.  It has to work both ways in order for the relationship to be successful.

Life is short so be happy with the life you have and be even happier in the relationship you have.  Treat your partner with respect, love them with all you have, and be kind to them every single day of the week.

Relationship Advice:
You Shape the Future

Relationship Advice: You may have been shaped by the past - but YOU shape the future

You may have been blaming yourself for appearing unfeeling. Perhaps a partner or spouse has criticized you for being 'cold'. This can really hurt when you nurture deep feelings inside yourself. But somehow it just seems that you can't show your true intimate feelings on the outside.

There can be lots of reasons why you find close emotional relations difficult. The kind of experiences you had as a child will have molded how you respond to others now. The kind of person you are will also have played a part. Previous relationships may have influenced you. But whatever the cause, if you are reading this now you are seeking a way to respond differently and be able to enjoy emotional closeness.

And you can.

Unhelpful emotional patterns can be changed

Emotional and behavioral patterns that we develop in life are not set in concrete. We develop them because they help us deal with certain things in our experience, and they do tend to become habitual. But it is perfectly possible to shed a pattern which is no longer useful and develop new patterns which are more suited to what we need in life now.  The quickest and most effective way to do this is through hypnosis.

Let Hypnosis Be Your Reset Button