Is Creating Loving Supportive Relationships Possible?
One of the questions I receive from my students and clients very often is about how to create healthy relationships. There is nothing like being in an intimate relationship with someone who really cares about you. Positive emotions in loving relationships are wonderful, as well as other different types of satisfying human relationships. It seems that we all have issues at some time with our interaction with other individuals or even groups and need a little relationship advice. Issues with love can cause painful emotions and lead to a very unhappy unfulfilled life.
Needless to say, we all need some sort of healthy interaction with people. The most prominent of the types of relationships we seek out, of course, is the love relationship. The romantic relationship! It is one of the top subjects that consume our minds and conversations. It can even cause stress and anxiety in one’s life. We search for that one special person that will fulfill us. Be the yin to our yang. We can focus much of our energy on attracting that special person, creating an abundance of love, our soulmate. Then when we do find our partner we then begin to constantly question it in some way.
The individual seems to change before our eyes. But is it actually them or maybe it is you. Either way, it can put a strain on a couple. We are all growing all the time. Our minds hearts and spiritual nature are not stagnant. Change is really the only constant. No wonder our relationships change.
These are more or less normal stages of a relationship. That’s where love advice comes into play. Many people have relationship problems and answers are not always easy to come by. People come to me with some interesting questions. Some of which are:
- What are the signs of a bad relationship?
- What are some signs your relationship is ending?
- What are some relationship warning signs?
- How to know your relationship is over?
- What are the qualities of healthy relationships?
- How to create more intimacy in relationships?
Healthy Relationships: What Is Love?
Love means different things to different people. What one person finds appealing another may find revolting. The key to a solid, loving, healthy relationship is truth in communication. We have various ways of communicating with other human beings. We use words, verbal communication yet they only make up about 7% of how we make ourselves understood yet we all feel that it is the key.
If you believe in Professor Albert Mehrabian‘s 7-38-55 Rule of Personal Communication you will see that it is the least effective in getting your point across. The tone of your voice and your body language are 38% and 55% respectively. Yet we tend to depend on them as if they were 100% and the only way to get a meaning understood.
Healthy Relationships: What Is True Love?
So which is stronger? Verbal musings of I love you or looking deeply into some’s eyes while you hold them close. Love is not a noun. It is an emotion. Emotions are a force, they are energy. Love is actually a verb. When you love someone you need to show it not just say it. Do the little things that make people feel loved and cared for.
I love what John Gray states in his book, Men Are From Mars And Women Are From Venus. He states that he never lets the flower vase run out of fresh flowers for his loved one. This is an action that can be seen and truly felt. These are the little things that mean much to someone, actually to both. There is as much pleasure in giving as there is in receiving especially when love is involved.
Healthy Relationships: Quotes About Relationships
Love is not perfection in itself. The perfection comes from the effort you put in. Just because an individual wants to be a basketball player or doctor or lawyer it doesn’t just happen. It takes work and perseverance. And like everything else, there are good moments and those that aren’t so good during these endeavors. Yet when you look back at life to anything worth having or doing you will surely see that the efforts, the mistakes, the trials were all worth it.
Some of the best relationship tips come from wiser people than I. I am including some of the best love relationship quotes I could find on the subject to warm or re-warm your heart’s journey.
The interesting thing about these wonderful bits of wisdom is that the love quotes for him and love quotes for her are completely interchangeable. They are unisex.
Creating Healthy Relationships: Inspirational Love Quotes For Your Edification
-“Maybe you don’t need the whole world to love you. Maybe you just need one person.” Kermit the Frog
-“Love doesn’t make the world go around. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.” Franklin P. Jones
-“A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.” Mignon McLaughlin
-“Don’t try to be something to everyone. Be everything to someone.” Anonymous
-“Love is a two-way street constantly under construction.” Carroll Bryant
-“True love stories never have endings.” Richard Bach
-“Age does not protect you from love. But love, to some extent, protects you from age.” Jeanna Moreau
-“To get the full value of joy, you must have somebody to divide it with.” Mark Twain
-“The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.” Audrey Hepburn
-“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” Dr. Seuss
-“Happily ever after is not a fairy tale—it’s a choice.” Fawn Weaver
-“The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart.” Helen Keller
-“Love always cures people – both the ones who give it and the ones who receive it.” Karl Menninger
-“When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.” Harry, from When Harry Met Sally
-“Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.” Aristotle
-“We are most alive when we’re in love.” John Updike
-“Sometimes two people have to fall apart to realize how much they need to fall back together.” Anonymous
-“Love is a game that two can play and both can win.” Eva Gabor
-“Love does not consist of gazing at each other, but in looking together in the same direction.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
-“Never love anybody that treats you like you’re ordinary.” Oscar Wilde
-“Anyone can love a thing because. That’s as easy as putting a penny in your pocket. But to love something despite, to know the flaws and love them too, that is rare and pure and perfect.” Kvothe, from The Wise Man’s Fear
-“Forgiveness is the oil of all relationships.” Anonymous
-“A relationship with no arguments is a relationship with a lot of secrets.” Anonymous
-“Nobody has ever measured—not even poets—how much love the human heart can hold.” Zelda Fitzgerald
-“Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time.” Maya Angelou
-“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.” Morrie Schwartz
In this podcast, Healthy Relationships, How To Make A Relationship Work you will learn:
- Top 10 list for surviving a breakup.
- How to attract that special someone into your life
- What stops you creating a loving supportive relationship
In this episode of Unlocking Your Truth, Healthy Relationships, How To Make A Relationship Work we look at different kinds of romantic relationships, some relationship advice, and most importantly we look at some tips for creating loving supportive relationships.
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