Commandments For Happy Relationships
One thing I have realized it's that love is not just about finding the right person, however it's about creating the right kind of a relationship. That It’s not about how much love you have in the beginning, but how much love you build until the end (If the end comes). A relationship should be healthy, caring, loving, kind, upbeat, and positive. It should make your smile a little wider and your life a little brighter. - Say "Amen Tyler" if you agree. J!
Well, there are quite a lot of things that I can look at under the sky that I can write about, however today I’d like to focus on “Happy Relationships/making your relationship work” as an Item – specifically introducing the relationship commandments that you and your partner can set for your love. But first, if I may ask; - What comes to mind as soon as you come across the word "commandment"? I know most people think of the bible and all those hectic rules that it’s not easy to abide by, however in this case you make the rules and that will enable you to easily abide by for your love that you share with you counterpart for that special kind of loving.
Happy, healthy personal relationships are one of the greatest joys of life. So starting today, choose to take control of your relationship with your significant other. Here are Ideas of commandments to think about when listing some of your own together. Remember you are not limited to Ten Commandments, but it’ll be wise to have few so that they may not confuse you and can easily remember.
Remember that every person and relationship is different. - People don’t fall in love with what makes you the same; they fall in love with what makes you different. Be your imperfectly perfect self.
Listen to each other openly, without judgment. - It’s far too easy to look at someone and make a snap judgment about them. But you’d be amazed at the pain and tears a smile hides. What a person shows to the public is only a small fraction of the iceberg hidden from sight. And more often than not, it’s lined with cracks and scars that run all the way to the foundation of their soul. Never judge. Learn to respect and acknowledge the feelings of your significant other. Pay close attention to them. Be present. Sometime we don’t really always need advice. Sometimes all we need is a hand to hold, an ear to listen, and a heart to understand.
Will say what we mean and mean what we say. - Share what’s on in your mind and heart, your deepest thoughts, needs, wishes, hopes, and dreams. Open communication and honesty is vital to healthy relationships. Give people in your life the information they need, rather than expecting them to know the unknowable. Information is the grease that keeps the engine of communication running. Start communicating clearly. Don’t try to read other people’s minds, and don’t make other people, especially your significant other, try to read yours.
Support each other through good times and bad. - Be there through the good, bad, happy, and sad times – no matter what. Be willing to provide a listening ear, a hug, and emotional support in all circumstances. Trust that you can count on each other, and be available not only when it’s convenient, but when you need each other the most.
Be loyal. - Love isn’t about being inseparable. Such a relationship is about two people being true to each other even when they are separated. When it comes to relationships, remaining faithful is never an option, but a priority. Loyalty is everything.
Well, those are few of which I can name just for an example so you get the idea what I’m talking about. Remember always to accept who you are completely – the good and the bad. And make changes in your life as YOU see fit – not because you think anyone else wants you to be different, but because you know it’s the right thing to do, for you (Well, not only in relationships).