problems choosing the right relationship partner? Constantly questioning your
dating decisions? You could be giving mixed
signals through your attitude and body language.
first meet a potential relationship partner, to avoid scaring them off before
even getting to know them, we often exihibit our best behaviour. This by its very nature means that
we do not behave that way all of the time. Therefore we may seem much more tolerant and accepting in
certain situations they we would normally be in our lives in
Our potential relationship partner does not know this, even
if it's exactly what they are doing themselves! This is largely because each person is more
concerned about how they themselves are coming across, and the more easy-going you seem the more relaxed
they want to appear to be.
This is why we really need to know what we actually do want and not so much what we don't
want. This way we can more easily discover why we feel mistreated by our new relationship partners and how
they can feel their behaviour is justified. We need to
know who we actually are and stop pretending to be
anything other than that.
Yes, we can aspire to improve ourselves in certain ways and focus on
achieving that outcome, but we need to
truly inhabit who we are at every stage to be authentic and to attract an equally
authentic person into our lives.
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Once you know exactly
who you are and what you want in each specific area of your relationship, you can then begin to gently and persistent affect
changes with your relationship partner, explaining to them where necesssary, in a loving
and trusting way, exactly where you're coming from and what you desire from
When we do not connect
with our true selves - our needs and desires, we have little chance of
receiving what we want. We often end up critisizing, moaning or nagging our partners which usually leads to
us alienating ourselves from each other and completely sabotaging our
Couples will often misinterpret each
others behaviour, feeling that their partner had done or said something specifically to hurt, annoy or thwart them
in some way. This is to a great extent because as individuals we are not connected enough with our own
selves. Again this can be avoided by asking ourselves what exactly we want and why specifically we want
it, and so are therefore more in control of the outcome.
In some situations where relationship partners
havemisunderstood each others' behaviour, they will retaliate with some sort of
equallyhurtful or annoying behaviour, a bit of tit-for-tat interaction then
precedes the inevitable argument filled with accusations and denials.
At these times each person does not
believe the other and both are denying the accusations - this is a road to nowhere
as emotions are now running high and egos are inflated. As you might realise, it is
best to avoid this situation if at all possible, which fortunately it is simply by tuning into
yourself and checking what your agenda might be with regard to your relationship partner in the
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