Love stories are great because they remind us of our desire to experience love that is deep, fulfilling and life-changing.
Relationships take hard work. If you are lucky enough to have found an amazing person that you want to be with for a long time, we congratulate you. But you should probably check out this article to make sure that your relationship stays as happy and healthy as it is today.
The most powerful and fulfilling relationships are built on Connection, Respect, Responsibility, Growth, Love, and Commitment. Here are the 5 things to consider to built good and happy relationship:
Connection happens when you are willing to be vulnerable; when you let your guard down, so you can be fully seen for who you are. Careerwise, it is being authentic in your creative endeavors, honest about where you are and by having the courage to be fully ‘seen’ for work that reveals who you are.
Partnerships break down when a person feels unheard, not respected and not valued. This is no different in a job or career. If you don’t feel valued, respected or appreciated for the work you do, eventually you’ll break down.
It’s easy to blame our partners when things go wrong or when we don’t get what we want. However, unless we take responsibility for our part, we remain powerless. When a business venture fails or if we’re unhappy in our jobs, it requires us to look deeper into where we are responsible for the current situation so that we can change it.
Change is always uncomfortable, the same thing can be felt with the presence of growth. Growth is a beautiful and unavoidable part of life. Both relationships and careers need expansion and change in order to flourish.
Love and Commitment
Without love, there is no trues inspiration for commitment. When there’s love and commitment, there’s a drive to see things through, no matter what happens in our relationships and careers. And when we focus on what we love, the world cannot help but bring us more of the same.
Lastly, there is one common mistakes that couples usually make. They do not ask for what they need. -PSST