How To Resolve Relationship Problems & Ways To Make Your Relationship Work » How To Make Your Relationship Work

How To Resolve Relationship Problems & Ways To Make Your Relationship Work » How To Make Your Relationship Work

How To Resolve Relationship Problems & Ways To Make Your Relationship Work » How To Make Your Relationship WorkDo you spend more time wondering where the good times have gone than on thinking up ways to give your partner a better time? Are the negatives in your relationship weighing over the positives?

Does it seem like the sizzle in your relationship is now merely a dying ember? If your answer to all of the above is a yes, you have allowed your relationship to turn into a toxic waste. Wake up and smell the coffee. Own up responsibility for the mess, and detoxify your relationship. Here’s how you can change yourself to make your relationship work.

Let go of your competitive spirit. If you ensure that arguments and discussions always end with you having the last word, then you suffer from a competitive spirit that is detrimental to your relationship. Get rid of the need to be a ‘winner’ each time and every time. No argument is about you or your partner, but about you and your partner.

Let go of your critical streak. Constantly carping about every action or inaction of your partner, obsessing about his flaw(s), or putting him down repeatedly will only make your partner withdraw and your love peter away. Look at the good in your partner and appreciate his qualities. Love him for what he is, don’t despise him for what he is not.

Let go of your control disorder. If you can’t ever take blame for the wrong in your relationship and instead are willing to go to any lengths to prove you are right, you are a control fanatic. Focus on your relationship and not on your ego. Remember, it takes two to make a relationship.

Let go of your mean side. Are you toxic, mean and vicious when you have an argument? Do you believe hurting your partner will bring resolution to a conflict? It’s time to adopt a healthier attitude and learn to be civil in your communication. A good relationship is not about the absence of disagreements; it is about how well you deal with those present.

Let go of your inferiority complex. A woman who is greedy about attention, and always demands reassurance and love from her partner is desperate. She will only succeed in driving him away. Look at your positive attributes instead of cowering behind a facade of confidence.

Let go of your sloth. Are you taking your partner and your relationship for granted? Do you believe that it’s your partner’s responsibility, duty and obligation to work on retaining the spark in this relationship? Let go of your laziness. You are equally responsible for stimulating and contributing to the health of your relationship.

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