Real Relationship Advice

Real Relationship Advice

Looking for relationship advice is a smart idea.  But, how do we sift through all of the so-so advice?

So you need some relationship advice?  Maybe everything is going well.  You and your partner have a great dating life, but you don’t know how to take things to the next level.  Maybe you have been dating for awhile, and you’ve git a snag and do not know exactly what to do.  That’s alright.  There are hundreds of thousands of people in the same position, and so many soothsayers offering advice.  How do you know what’s right for you?

One of the most common phrases I’ve got for you, if you want to start to really improve the quality of your relationship is to understand the saying “The grass is greener on the other side of the fence.”  What this means is that we need to be satisfied with what we have and not be jealous of what simply looks better.

Being satisfied with your relationship as it is is actually the best relationship advice I could give to anyone.  If everything is going fine, then you’re doing great!  Be happy!  There are so many couples out there with really deep, complex problems.  If you’re not in that position, then focusing on the positive will keep you from making mountains out of mole hills.

Another big piece of real relationship advice is to realize that relationships are about making us better people.  You are with someone because they make you a better person or help you find out about yourself.  If that’s your attitude towards relationships, then you’ll find that you respect yourself and your partner will respect you.

Relationships with no respect are poison.  If one partner does not have respect for the other, then that means the relationship is vulturous, where one partner just wants to extort something from the other.  I’ve seen this all too often.  A man takes a girl out on a date.  She’s not that into him, but she continues to go out with him because he gives her lavish gifts and money.  She eventually dates him for awhile, but cheats on him, and hurts his feelings.

It’s a sad story, but it tells us something: the oxygen of relationships is respect, and respect comes when we value ourselves.  If we don’t value ourselves, then really, how can we expect anybody else too?

Always remember, dating is supposed to be fun and exciting. It was never meant to be a grind or as a source of exasperation.  If you keep that mindset while going out on dates or wondering how to tackle the next problem in your relationship, you can never go wrong.

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