OK, I'm in a Relationship, Now What Do I Do?

There are so many single guys and girls that are in the “Single – never married” category in the online dating sites and online dating to get that wonderful stage we are a couple.

And then they get cornered. “Great , I was in a relationship! And now what?” That is often when they come up to me to work with them as their relationship coach.

Because they have never been married before. Or they were married, and do not want to repeat their previous mistakes. It’s okay. We’re all human, are not you? But they want to learn and move forward.

Getting to the relationship was really the goal they kept in his mind.

– They succeeded.

– They’re out there now.

– Now what?

How to build and nurture relationships ?

What do you really want in a relationship?

What does it mean to be and to have a relationship mean to you?

They successfully negotiated Exclusivity, long-term relationship, and continuity of your being Pair, and now you are one. Now you have a life in front of you. What do you want to include in that life with you in the future to evaluate the opportunity to be together for life?

worldly life things

mundane things of life, in fact, that make up a large part of his life instead of treating them as annoying chores that must be endured, thus leaving you to withstand about 87% of its life, choose a different attitude. The mundane tasks of life may now be possible to create a close relationship and proximity. Doing dishes together can be a time to connect your day. Folding laundry and appropriate socks may be the time to learn about your partner thinking about world news and events.

You can have a conversation, doing these things, and the ladies, I’ll let you into another secret. Often silent people will be open and talk more when you do not make eye contact with them, and they are in the middle of doing something. After they speak the same subject, they are, as the diesel engine is warmed up, they are more likely to keep talking. “So, how about this football game last night? …. How are things going at work?”

create memories together

Remember to live and do interesting things together.

Quite often, the couple who will be found to get into a rut. Overshadowed by couples do it, too. We’ve all seen it happen, perhaps with our parents. Perhaps it is the fear you have of marriage. “I might get bored. Anything but that!”

Mix things up a bit to keep things lively and interesting. Go on a weekend road trip. Take a trip to another metropolitan area together. Hop in a foreign country. Some couples really enjoy planning these trips in advance, as the expectation of sexual flirtation and foreplay, planning and forecasting creates and enhances the pleasure and enjoyment.

Sometimes taking a trip at the last minute creates excitement and strengthens the sense of spontaneity and in a relationship. Lord, do not show up on a Friday night with your itinerary in hand and say, “Honey, we are going to sunny San Diego this weekend Pack your bags!”

It may initially resist, “Oh, I have a million things to do!”

But you already knew the schedule with her this weekend (because you’re talking to her, doing the dishes and go shopping, right? All right.) That’s just the fear of it. This next weekend, she has 5 errands she has to do. Show your male lead and insist on going away this weekend. Whereas these periodic trips together helps to avoid this terrible feeling he takes me by giving or she never appreciates me.

MEMORIES and build together. The memories you can share with each other when you are in assisted living later in life, when fragile. Memories to cement relationships and to remember together for many years to come with the children, nieces, nephews and cousins.

The memories make for interesting conversations with other people, so you are still interested and involved in life. Go ahead and build some memories, and eventually you will now slowly understand, you have a successful, long term, fulfilling relationship. It’s a great feeling, is not it?

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