Love Series #4 – How Can I Make My Relationship Work?

Good morning, guys and gals! My name is Clark, and this is the fourth part of my “Love Series”. Now that you know the way to attract your soulmate to you, I would like to have a light-hearted sharing session with you here on the topic: How Can I Make My Relationship Work? As always, I will share with you my two cents, and then you may leave any of your questions or comments at the bottom of this page and we will have a discussion! (By the way, here’s part 3 if you missed it)

There is the theory that since he or she is your soulmate, your relationship would automatically work. But let’s not take things for granted. You will also find that the suggestions below could be applied to all the other relationships in your life as well (e.g. with your family member, your business partner, etc.). And more importantly, you’ll realize that these suggestions do not cost any additional effort to put into action.

Appreciate Your Soulmate

This should come automatically at the beginning of your relationship, but as with most relationships over time things take a turn for the worse. Familiarity breeds contempt, as the saying goes. Whenever you find yourself thinking a negative thought about your soulmate, gently switch your thought to something about your relationship that makes you happy, and puts a smile on your face or in your heart. Over time, you will find that the something about your partner that you had issue with in the past now seems not that important anymore, or you might even see it as a positive thing now.

When you wake up in the morning, gently go through a list of things that you appreciate about your life partner. Before long you would find yourself in a place of such immense joy and peace that your body feels light and afloat. Now just stay like that for as long as you can if you do not have anything urgent that morning that you have to rush off to.

There is that theory that the appreciation of your soulmate should come naturally to the two of you (because you’re soulmates, dammit!), but there is no harm in practicing this because the act of appreciating something always makes it better. Just know that the benefits of appreciating your relationship might even extend to the rest of your life, in the areas of health, inner peace and even wealth. And once you get used to appreciating, you will realize that being unappreciative takes more out of you than the opposite.

Cooling Off

Sometimes when things are not going the way you want it to be, it is better to take a step back and let each other cool off, rather than trying to forcefully overcome the issue right there and then. After both of you have had some time to yourself, the two of you might be able to think more clearly and be able to work through your issue.

It’s possible that the two of you have found yourselves at different paths of life and would be more suited to other partners. In other words, perhaps he or she is not your soulmate… But let’s not talk about moving on here. Obviously, there are many factors to consider before actually doing that, for example if you have kids… The first thing to do always is try to work through your issues.

Do Something Fun Together!

Once the two of you have work things out, here comes the fun part. It is time to spend some quality time together! See a magic show together, go hiking, attend a concert, see a comedy show, travel. There are loads of things that the two of you can do together that don’t involve spending a lot of money.

If both of you are soulmates, trust that there is nothing that the two of you cannot work out together.

And, on to Part 5!

That is it for the fourth part of my “Love Series”! I hope you’ve enjoyed it, and if you think that it is worthy enough, please share it with your family and friends in your social media pages, or anywhere else! If you have any questions or comments about this subject matter, just leave them below and I’ll get back to you ASAP.

Read the next part here: Love Series #5 – Love and Relationships Advice

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