I read a fascinating article today entitled "Are You Making Enough Time for Your Relationship?"
. I though it was a powerful question and it led me to read on.
What I found most interesting is the quality of time that is required to maintain a solid relationship, as well as the need of at least 15 hours per week! WOW, 15 hours of solid conversation or intimate activity? Can you say you're "taking care of business"? In today's life it's hard, but then again is not having a special relationship in your life!
More interesting, is how partners often assume that "what's good for the goose is good for the gander". We're all individuals, with individual experiences and reactions to life. We all like to be loved differently and therefore should never assume we know whether or not our partner is feeling quality love.
When was the last time you asked your partner "what's working and what's not working"? When was the last time you dared to consider that you're not providing the emotional satisfaction or gratification he/she desires?
Is it worth a simple question? Go ask, honestly, and with genuine patience & concern. I'd be interested in your response.
Founder & head Charminguy
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