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Relationships

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Relationships as you've probably experienced aren't always easy & this section is probably the most difficult for me to write about. Love sometimes can be more destroying than it can be beautiful; whether it is with someone you can see in your future, a friend you've known since school or a family member you struggle to cooperate with.
I want you to feel understood with your feelings & hopefully come to a conclusion on how you can move forward either with or without this person; again, this might not be easy but the hardest journeys create the strongest people.

 

"Maintain your frequency of good feelings. If there is someone in your life who remains at a negative frequency, the law of attraction will keep you both apart. A relationship ending between two people is the result of the two people no longer being on the same frequency. When the frequencies of people no longer match, the law of attraction automatically responds by moving them apart."

Rhonda Byrne

 

What you need to know

Regardless of any type of relationship lasting or coming to its natural end, relationships are there to teach us & test us. For me, relationships are about the 3 C's; Commitment, Compromise & Communication. 

Without commitment, you have a casual relationship which can quickly breed jealousy & insecurity.

Without compromise, you have a distant relationship where both parties fail to enhance each other's authenticity, causing the relationship to drift.

Without communication, the relationship will sink faster than the Titanic; A lack of communication causes a negative perspective of the other person. 

To turn away from each others attempts to connect can make the other person feel unseen, lonely, unheard; and in turn, cause a lack of intimacy. 

We all want to be cuddled at night, we all want to find a deep connection with someone & we all want to enjoy the finer things in life with the people we love.

You have to hold yourself accountable for the results of your relationships.

Friendship is a relationship between two individuals who do not depend on each other to make decisions

Romantic relationships can be viewed as voluntary relationships between two people who have intentions that each person will be a significant part of their ongoing lives

A family relationship can be defined as any combination of filiation or conjugal relationships that join two people directly or through a third party

 

When you can place relationships into a category like above, it's easier to see who stands where in your life.
You will have had someone in your thoughts whilst reading each one.
Unfortunately, we live in a world where most people jump from person to person, carrying past traumas to their next relationship without healing from their previous one.
You can have all the right intentions & be the perfect partner, but if someone isn't on the same frequency as you & simply doesn't see your worth, then you will lose yourself every time.