Love is a word that is used more often than meant, or, should we say that different folks have different experiences and understanding when it comes to this word. A romantic relationship mostly starts with a strong infatuation towards the other. It is a state which is marked by intense passion and desire, without any intimacy or plans of committing to each other. This initial arousal towards the other is what often paves way for the couple to develop intimacy, and decide if they are ready to commit their loyalty and time to one another. We should avoid an empty love is when two people are with each other, without the presence of intimacy or passion.
Hey Vincent... Lot of wisdom was posted here - I wonder if you've found something useful to yourself already. This question remind me of one episode of a TV series "How I met your mother". It was about the situation, when the couple of characters decided that kind of situation really simple - they made sex instead of speaking about the matter=)) Ok - that is a joke, of course) Seriously - I think that you know the answer yourself. You need to speak to each other - and be ready for a compromise, both of you. Cause the compromise is a thing that all good relations are based upon. And make sex afterwards perhaps)
Hi everybody here) If you are the cheating party, you need to end your affair completely before you can expect to have any chance of healing your relationship with your partner or spouse. If you cheated with a co-worker, for example, you may need to consider seeking re-assignment or even finding a new job. An affair that started at the gym or in another social setting may require you to change your social habits. Tell your partner what happened and why. You can tell your partner the intimate details of the sexual experience if he asks, but it could be too painful to reveal at first. Your partner may not want to know at all.
i do not even know, if both of you think that it will help you and want it to be helpful then i think that it would definitely b helpful for you and you would enjoy everything and your relations would improve. but of one of you thinks that it is stupid and it would not help you then you may be sure that it won't help you with your problem. you just have to make it work and everything would be alright. i think that you would succeed and of course it is better to solve all the problems at the moment but not to wait long and think that they would disappear on their won. that is everything i wanted to tell you.
If you can't find a way out, well, I don't even know what to tell you. Really, when I and my husband argue about thomething, we give each other all the necessary argument why we think so, and one of us persuade another that his solution is best without histerics, or we just find the compromise.
I think that first of all we have to listen to each other in a relationship. I think it's really important. And it is much more important than anything else in our relationship. If we know how to listen to each other, we will always hear the opinion of our partner. And we will also be able to come up with some compromises that will be good for both of us to solve the various problems in our lives. I think it's really important. In addition, I think that when we consult with each other, our relationship becomes much better and warmer.
Communication between you and your partner should be completely open while remaining respectful. This is crucial for a healthy relationship. If your partner respects you, s/he should be able to listen to your concerns and come to an agreement that is fair to both parties. Remember: you'll usually regret staying silent more than you'll regret speaking up and making a mistake. For example, if you are concerned that your partner is uncomfortable around your family, it's important to discuss this, rather than hoping the problem goes away. If you don't, future interactions may get tense and awkward since you'll be forced to simply guess what's wrong.
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