Discover SECRET Ingredients To a Happy and Fulfilled Relationship
How is your relationship travelling at the moment? Does it need a recharge or overhaul? Are you deeply unhappy with your partner and the situation you are in?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, your relationship needs a recharge or injection of something positive. The cost of separation is just too high … lost money, housing, stress, child access, etc.
If You’re Bored and Frustrated With Your Partner, Then This is the Medicine You Need to REVIVE Your Relationship…
Take heart. Separation or divorce isn’t the only answer. Research from the 80s and 90s by Linda Waite from the University of Chicago showed some interesting findings. Couples who reported being unhappy were followed up five years down the track. Couples that separated were not happier than couples who stayed together. 80% of the couples that stayed together said that their relationship turned around and they were now very happy.
The difference was education. Many of the couples that stayed together got coaching from a professional or worked hard through their problems by themselves.
Do You Spend Your Nights Tossing and Turning – Worrying About Your PARTNER’S LACK OF ATTENTION and the Lack of INTIMACY?
There are some major differences in males and females. These differences need to be understood to improve your relationship. For example, female psychiatrist and researcher Dr Luan Brizendine estimates that most women talk three times as much as the average man in a single day. As a matter of fact, research has shown that women speak an estimated 20,000 words a day in contrast to a man’s 6,000 – that’s a whopping 13,000 more words per day for the average woman!
Take the following survey to check the health of your relationship:
Question # 1:
Do you argue with your partner about the same issues over and over again (at least once a week)? This could indicate an unresolved issue (or issues) that needs TLC.
Question # 2:
Do you find it difficult to love your partner these days? This can be any type of love (passionate love, simple caring, being “in love”).
Question # 3:
If money or children were not an obstacle, would you leave your partner (or at least seriously consider it)?
Do you have feelings for another person in your life?
Question # 5:
Have you stopped having sex on a regular basis with your partner?
Question # 6:
Do you feel underappreciated by your partner?
Question # 7:
Have you or your partner considered a trial separation?
Have you been (or felt like being) intimate with a person other than your partner in the last 12 months?
Do you or your partner abuse alcohol or other drugs at least once a week? This includes nicotine, cannabis, or prescription drugs.
Do you regret having a relationship with your partner?
Now, add up the responses you marked with yes. Check the scale below to see if your relationship is considered healthy or if it needs help:
0-2 Yes =The relationship is completely healthy. It does not need counseling right now.
3-6 Yes = The relationship has some problems which could escalate in the future; it would be advisable to seek some advice now.
7-10 Yes = The relationship is unhealthy right now and it may be toxic. You need to do something about it immediately.