Life would be far less problematic if we had a cheat sheet with answers telling us what to do in difficult situations.
We know some secrets on how to make your relationship harmonious and long-lasting.
4. You Can’t Make Someone Love You
People are not obliged to reciprocate love. You would hardly be able to love someone who’s head over heels in love with you if you don’t like them, would you?
We need to treat the feelings and choices of others with respect. You can improve and be better. Then the person whose love you are trying to win will decide for themselves if you are worthy of their feelings.
3. If You Are Loved, You Will Feel That
Everyone has at least a rough idea of what a good attitude towards them looks like.
You will definitely notice if someone sets you apart from others, spends a lot of time with you, respects you, and cares about your feelings, no matter how it happens.
But if your partner doesn’t always seem to have time for you, it’s a reason to take a serious look at the situation and stop making excuses for it.
2. You Need To Love Yourself In Order To Love Someone Else
Loving yourself is not selfish or putting the crown on your head: it is respecting your wishes and feelings.
This means that you will never be betrayed by doubtful pleasures or by serving someone you are indifferent to.
Loving yourself allows you to save your face and act with dignity in any situation.
If you know how to love yourself, you will also treat other people with love and respect and you will never force your partner to do anything against their will.
1. Don’t Hold Back Someone Who Fell Out Of Love With You
This is a common mistake. As cruel as it may sound, no one is obligated to love you forever, whether you have borne them three children or built a diamond-encrusted palace.
And if it happened that the sensations have passed, think about what is the best: end the old story and start a new one or impose yourself on someone, overloading them like a sack of potatoes? We hope you don’t want to be potatoes.
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