Relationships are all tailored differently, people create unions for a number of different reasons.
It is important to note what defines a healthy relationship, which is sharing similar goals and being on the same page as to where you want it to go.
Broken relationships, and especially broken families, numbers are growing in society today, and many suffer.
Agony, panic, rage, non-acceptance, loss of trust and self-respect are just some of the issues that people wrestle with as a result.
Does this mean we should give up on relationships?
Would it be better to never bother to get close to others?
It would definitely cause less hurt!
But we all want a deeper, more meaningful connection with at least one other person. As has been said, ‘Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all!’
Which brings me to the first core c - communication.
Effective communication maybe the key to long-term success in a relationship.Talking deeply, openly and honestly with your partner.
Listening and thinking before speaking.
Misunderstanding is normally a major part in the breakdown of any relationship, and communication is the way to reduce the likelihood of this happening.
At some point one or other partner is going to have to give up or negotiate on what they would prefer. See the other persons view and give and take.
For example; recently, I was watching house hunters. In this episode the wife wanted a traditional style home while the husband wanted a big, modern style home.
Two different taste but in the end she thought of all the compromises her husband made for her and thought he deserved to pick the house they would buy - modern style it was.
We all know what it’s like to dislike certain activities, but having made a commitment we keep our word.
In some case one person is fully committed -exclusive relationship. While the other believes there is no strings attached.
Hence, the first core C - Communication is very important.
You have to be right version yourself before you can truly commit to someone.
When a couple relates with equality and respect, they are considered compatible.
It’s important for couples to have fun together and really enjoy the time they spend.
Thriving unions are when persons share friendship and recreational activities. But, that does not mean both parties share all common interest.
Incompatibility in a relationship will lead to unhappiness.
Unfortunately, we don’t always pick partners for the right reasons. We might be drawn to someone based information placed in our mind from our childhood.
In our quest for a compatible relationship should never be a search for “pieces of the puzzle”.
Or when we seek out someone who “completes” us, we might limit ourselves and our personal growth.
Instead, we should pick people who challenge us and help us evolve.
When we seek out someone who “completes” us, we might limit ourselves and our personal growth.Instead, we should pick people who challenge us and help us evolve.
Understanding and listening to the person you are in a relationship with is the basis of consideration.
Continuous and careful thought. Considerate people to clap back at your partner when their words or actions falls short. Instead take into consideration that maybe it was a rough day and isn't intentionally being short.
If you tend to listen more than others because you know that the other person has specific issues and you understand those underlining issues and ask and listen?
You are considerate.
Day by day, we make choices. We can choose to invest time in someone, or to neglect.
Life is all about the choices you make picking the right career, buying a new house and sharing your life with the right person for you.
Your choices will be the summary of your life.
The possibility of a relationship falling apart will always exist, it is the determination and commitment of all parties involved to make it work.
Having a good relationship with yourself and practicing good self care is the foundation needed for any other relationship to be formed.
In addition to healthy self-care, the core c's are all important to grow your relationship into the healthy partnership that you desire.
6 Core C's