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  • How To Make Relationship Successful

    Most people pursue happiness in life but they can never achieve it unless they are happy in their relationships. Relationships form the foundation of a person’s emotional state and his happiness or grief more of less depend on the way he is emotionally. You see in order to make sure there are no bumps in a relationship you must follow some extremely essential principles.


    Be flexible – Relationships are all about making compromises therefore learn to be flexible instead of rigid. You should be willing to shed your ego whenever necessary and consider the wants and needs of your partner. You see it’s more or less a two way thing and a relationship can never survive in the long term is one of the partner is unhappy with the other.


    Admit to your mistakes – One of the best possible ways to end all arguments within a matter of seconds is to simply admit to your mistakes instead of fighting over them. You see admitting to your mistakes does not make you small rather it gives your partner the indication that you are strong enough to admit to your mistakes whenever you are wrong.


    Make your partner feel wanted and loved – Now this is the core foundation of a strong relationship. Every human being has a basic need to feel significant and feel loved. And this love has to be unconditional. You see the moment you start taking your partner for granted the relationship starts going down hill. This is the major reason why you must make your partner feel loved and wanted.

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    It's true, be flexible and my words: Be humble, learn to say you're sorry, apologize sincerely, make amends, change for the better, be unselfish and empathetic. 2-way street though. One person can't do all the work to make it happen. Also, to save a lot of headaches later and minimize bumps, choose the right person in the first place.
    "If you bungle raising your children, whatever else you do well in life doesn't matter very much."

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      Originally posted by jhoshmark View Post
      Most people pursue happiness in life but they can never achieve it unless they are happy in their relationships. Relationships form the foundation of a person’s emotional state and his happiness or grief more of less depend on the way he is emotionally. You see in order to make sure there are no bumps in a relationship you must follow some extremely essential principles.


      Be flexible – Relationships are all about making compromises therefore learn to be flexible instead of rigid. You should be willing to shed your ego whenever necessary and consider the wants and needs of your partner. You see it’s more or less a two way thing and a relationship can never survive in the long term is one of the partner is unhappy with the other.


      Admit to your mistakes – One of the best possible ways to end all arguments within a matter of seconds is to simply admit to your mistakes instead of fighting over them. You see admitting to your mistakes does not make you small rather it gives your partner the indication that you are strong enough to admit to your mistakes whenever you are wrong.


      Make your partner feel wanted and loved – Now this is the core foundation of a strong relationship. Every human being has a basic need to feel significant and feel loved. And this love has to be unconditional. You see the moment you start taking your partner for granted the relationship starts going down hill. This is the major reason why you must make your partner feel loved and wanted.
      Are you here to engage and participate in the forum or just here to pontificate about your worldly experience and wisdom in relationship dynamics? Because your posts are starting to read like lessons.
      There is overwhelming evidence that the higher the level of self-esteem, the more likely one will treat others with respect, kindness, and generosity. People who do not experience self-love have little or no capacity to love others.

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