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Suzanne Muller-Heinz. Recently, I was beginning a coaching program with a very curious and eager male client. He explained that he wanted to learn more about the following questions to be more adept in dating and romance. How do I know if I am truly in love with someone? When is it the right time to fall in love? How do I choose the right type of person for me?
I applaud him for being willing to ask these questions in the first place. They are excellent questions. How often have we picked the wrong person for us?
How often have we stayed too long when we should have left earlier? How often were we hoping that the person would change? I did that when I was dating! Does anyone else find this situation familiar? On to his questions, which are brilliant. What I do have are some questions that can help guide you to that special person.
Guide you into the arms of that person who will have your best interests at heart. Guide your heart to love. Guide you to that person you can trust, lean on and consider someone to share your life with so you do not repeat past mistakes. None of us wants to repeat those old mistakes. For these reasons, it is important to take this seriously. People are over-busy these days, and they do not have the time, money and emotional energy to waste.
Dating can be a drain, if you let it. Are you one of those extremely busy people who is out there dating? Do you deeply desire to be with someone great? Do you want to escape the dating jungle and be in a healthy relationship? When I was single, I would jump at the chance to be in a relationship if someone liked me. Often, my life went skidding downhill. So, see if your life is better with this new person is in it versus jumping at the chance to be in a relationship. My husband is amazing.
He makes it like his job to ensure his wife is happier. See if this person enhances your life. My husband is a technology guru and the best travel planner I know. I am fun and playful, so I add those qualities to his life. Make sense? We all understand that disagreements are inevitable, but for the most part, does this person feel good to be around? I am very protective of my time and who I spend it with.
Is this person someone you like spending time with? Is this person worthy of my free time?
Covet your time and use it wisely. If the later, move on, and meet someone who you respect and appreciate. Communication is a massive part of any relationship and something not to take lightly when entering into a relationship. Consider, is this person someone who I tell anything too? Will this person listen to me and allow me to feel heard? Is my opinion taken into consideration and understood? You are looking for a healthy life partner, and this one is a biggie! I was in a few relationships in the past where I did not like who I was when I was in the relationship.
And, yes we are all responsible for our behavior. My point is, look to see if you have the opportunity to become a better person inside of this relationship. Hang out with couples who do have a healthy relationship. If you understand what a healthy and fulfilling relationship is and feels like, so you can be sure you are entering into a healthy one, instead of being misled. As I mentioned above, listening is one of the skills that I have honed over the years with lots of practice. Finding the person you choose to fall in love with, to give your heart to and to honor with the privilege of being your life-mate is not something to be taken lightly.
If you are a successful professional in every area of life except dating and love, and you hunger for a healthy love life, connect with her at Happy Living Forever. Has Ms. Perfect-for-You been elusive? Are you still searching for Mr. Use these questions as a quick guide when deciding if a possible match is the right one. Is my life better with this person in it? Does this person make me happier? Does this person add value to my life? For the most part, does being with this person feel easy, light and good?
Do I enjoy spending time with this person? Is this person safe to communicate with? Does this feel like a healthy partnership? Does this person listen to me, and is mutual respect present?Questions to ponder about relationships
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