Are you ready for great relationships?

... or do you prefer average ones?

When it comes to relationships, we usually ask one of two questions. Where do I find a good relationship? and how can I make mine work better? There is the additional state where no questions exist because the relationship is great in every way. Do you know many of those types? Generally far and few in-between, but they do exist.

It may be easier than you thought and what is so important to keep in mind when answering one of those questions, is a examine a short series of traits around what makes up a good relationship. But we all know those. Right? You might be surprised to find out you are with the current one for the wrong reason(s) or you are looking for someone who doesn't actually exist. In other words, you are looking for a person who fills a specific set of traits that you have a mental picture of and when that person shows up, you forget about some of the very important traits that make up a healthy relationship. These traits include

  1. Respect.
  2. Compatibilities.
  3. In-compatibilities.
  4. Values and belief system.
  5. Trust.
  6. Friendship.
  7. Communication.

By examining these items in comparison to your partner or potential, you can quickly come to some idea of the strength and/or quality of said relation. It is not always easy however to examine these objectively and without emotion. After all, aren't relationships emotional states of being? They are and that's why it become difficult to see the forest through the trees as is said.

Let's examine those together and co-create the desired outcome and course of action or action plan that will create or enhance what/how you experience relational love. Are you ready to act

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