How to nurture a relationship?
Do you really need work on your relationship with your partner? Does love really need work and effort? Are there ways to make a relationship work? How to nurture a relationship?
Jennifer mentions that after her relationship with her partner passed the dating stage, coldness and lack of intimacy has become part of their relationship. The connection between them is not as it was when they were dating as her partner stopped spending time with her like before, stopped being close to her, and stopped being affectionate like before.
Does that sound familiar? There are many couples who stop working on their relationship because they come up with all different excuses such as:
- There is not enough time
- Relationships don’t need work and effort
- All relationships change after the dating phase and affection decreases
- My partner already knows that I love her, so why should I keep saying it?
If you want to have a happy and healthy relationship, then you have got to nurture your relationship with your lover. Now, let me ask you something, when you have children, do you let your children grow up by themselves or do you start nurturing them, taking care of them, guiding them, and helping them?
Love and relationships just like many things in life need consistent effort and work. This is why I explained in my book “How to win your lover’s heart” that nurturing your relationship with your partner and making consistent effort is a major key to winning your partner’s heart and to having a successful relationship.
No time for a relationship
I can hear you say “there is not time for our relationship.” However, this is not true, you always have time if you want to work on your relationship with your partner. The key is to create a balance in your life and to manage your time effectively. If your relationship with your partner is crucial for you, then you will find the time to make your relationship work and prosper.
One of the exercises that I mentioned in “How to win your lover’s heart” is the 10 minute exercise. For example, from now on, make a decision to spend around 10 minutes a day with your partner and really connect with each other.
The key of this exercise is to be 100% mentally connected with your partner. Forget about your worries, your job, your friends, your children and focus on each other for those 10 minutes. If you two are fully connected, then I can guarantee you that this exercise will do wonders for your relationship with your partner.
Always remember that “Love is like a flower; with proper nurturing it blooms and flourishes as each day passes. Yet, if it is neglected, in a moment’s time it soon withers and dies.”
Love is like a plant. It needs consistent, careful attention to thrive. Without it, your relationship is destined to wither away. How to win your lover’s heart was released by 2achieveyourgoals.com to help you win and capture your lover’s heart and avoid breakups. To check 2achieveyourgoals.com books, click here
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