Get on the same page in your loving relationship.
I can BET you and your girl aren’t anywhere near the same page–and if you don’t get on board fast she may lose interest–or worse.
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Love or be loved?
There’s a great question that I got asked once when I was at school, and it said: “If you had the choice of being in a relationship with someone that you loved, or the choice of being in a relationship with someone who loved you, which would you choose?” My natural response was to say that I’d rather be in a relationship with someone that I loved. But then, when the question was asked back at me, “What happens if that person didn’t love you?” it really made me question what was important.
You need both.
I guess that in the end, I don’t think we can have a successful relationship with just one of those components. And it’s really important to bring your attention to creating a loving relationship, because those should be your two priorities. Firstly, finding someone who loves you and respects you for who you are; and secondly, finding someone who you love and who you can respect.
Take rejection in stride.
In the early parts of a relationship – or maybe it’s not even a relationship; maybe it’s a situation where you’re approaching girls at the bar. If the girl rejects the guy, he will feel really hurt by this. However, what she’s doing, in many ways, is a positive thing, because he wants to be able to set a standard that he only lets people into his life who appreciate him and who love him. He doesn’t want to waste time with people who don’t see why he’s special. This is a really key priority… setting the standard that you will only spend time with people who value you and who see you for who you are, and who appreciate that and respect it. Naturally then, you should be finding people who you can also appreciate and respect.
She makes you more…
A third priority, I would say, is finding people that you can spend time with, where when the two of you get together, you feel like you are greater than the sum of your parts. So you feel like the two of you together add value to each other’s lives, and make each other better. Now, I know that these might seem like fantasy type answers; however, that really is the key to building love in a relationship.
I don’t agree that someone has to love you more than you love them. That’s a flawed philosophy because if that happens, only one of the partners is going to be successful, or will feel successful within the relationship. Ultimately, relationships are at their best when there’s a balance, where you love the other person as much as they love you. Now, that balance will oftentimes shift, and it’s how we get deeper into a relationship. So maybe one of the partners will move ahead and they’ll start to feel stronger feelings for the other partner. Then the other partner might catch up and maybe then they’ll move ahead together
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