How to Have a Meaningful Relationship
Happy relationships are what we all crave, but do you really know how to tell the difference between friendship and love or just sex? Do you know how to have a healthy relationship” or even better how to make a good relationship stronger? Do you know what makes you tick” or how others push your buttons and why you can’t help but react? Do you see reflections of your parents in your own actions and relationships as you sometimes glimpse at yourself and your life? Do you even recognise or like what you see? Are the signals you send out as clear as you think? Does love flow freely back in return?
Despite all of your efforts are you happy” or have you been looking to fit for most of your life? Are you now in a place where you’re willing to move forward, where you’re open to new possibilities? To understand exactly how to have a deep meaningful relationship, perhaps the one you’ve always wanted and deserve, is much easier and effortless than you think? Are you ready to try something new?
From a very early age we want to belong. We crave love, attention, understanding acknowledgement and support. We have a base need to fit properly” somewhere, to someone, to feel special!
Our first lessons in meaningful relationships” or to be more precise, on knowing how to start a loving relationship in the first place” will be taken from influences around us, from our parents and grandparents examples, from siblings, friendships and peers, from social conditioning, circumstances, family networks and dramas playing out, from school, story books, songs, films and cartoons|at a time that we’re too young to know better.
As children we have nothing to measure against, so we naturally take all information as gospel or as truth, and we build our love picture accordingly” as good, bad, difficult, easy, turbulent or calm, supportive or not|The list is endless” and the structure we build is unique.
Because this ‘love’ model grows silently within, we never have cause to refine it or to question its validity, reality or definition. If someone were to ask ‘how you know that you’re loved’ or ‘what it is that you need to feel” to feel that you’re loved’ would you know, would you know what your trigger points are?
To understand and know how to improve your relationships is popular subject” indeed how to start a loving relationship in the first place is a question asked by many.
Once you have found love or friendship it can sometimes seem difficult to keep things on track, especially if you feel that you complete” or compete against one another. Things can quickly get stale and samey. The sparkle you once felt can seem dimed, but if you know what to do” or what to watch out for, your relationship from this point can get stronger. Your love will get richer and will climb to new levels of understanding, depth and respect.
For nearly two decades Stephanie J. King has been working on soul to soul empowerment, health, wealth, love and relationship techniques. Her incredibly easy tips on how to have a deep meaningful relationship have quite literally helped hundreds of thousands find, build and keep, deep” long lasting love.
Are you brave enough to try too?