Have This And Drive Your Man Into Passionate Commitment
If you are like I used to be, I’d be in an unhealthy relationship thinking that with enough work (from me) I could get it to be in the arena of healthy relationships, aka me feeling loved.
It never occurred to me that healthy relationships needed to start with, well, a healthy relationship!
You too may really have no idea what a healthy relationship should look like.
Sometimes women neglect learning about how to have a healthy relationship with their boyfriend and they just go with the flow. They never have plans or goals to avoid unhealthy relationship that creep into relationships.
Maybe you think healthy relationships need to be the opposite of feeling intense pain with your guy.
Or maybe you think a healthy relationship would be you feeling loved according to your wishes.
Of course a healthy relationship is you feeling both of those…loved and not in intense pain, BUT, you may want those two qualities based upon you CONTROLLING them into the health of the relationship vs. BEING and RECEIVING them as a by-product of healthy relationships.
There’s a fine line difference that is major for signs of a healthy relationship.
How to have a healthy relationship must be one of your priorities in dealing with relationship to your boyfriend. Ask yourself, “what is a healthy relationship?” or “what makes a healthy relationship?” By then, you can have a step closer to your goals on how to keep a healthy relationship with your man.
The very “work” I did to control him, cajole him and prod him into healthy relationships week to week was unwittingly the very poison that was making any hope of a healthy relationship fall well into the unhealthy relationships zone.
Alas, I like you, have been lead to believe our leading and guiding a “hapless, clueless” man into loving us, aka, healthy relationships, is ALL WRONG.
It all just becomes more unhealthy and relationship disaster.
And the man isn’t hapless and clueless. He is resisting being controlled and guided to become your version of what you need in a healthy relationship.
Your idea of healthy relationships may be what you want, not what you need.
You may want a super, hot-looking tall guy who pulls in major salary in a high-position career and yet you find he is too busy, too many other women have their sights on him and you feel triggered around him (insecure and fearful).
What you need is something from YOU.
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There you have it. You own the key to the success of healthy relationships each day.
It’s about you relaxing into letting life come towards you and observing it…very feminine.
By you not asking him ‘why’ questions, asking him how he feels, suggesting trips or dates together, not doing nice things for him…this is a great start in the complex and forgotten art of being feminine. These are all things he needs to do for you.
He can’t do them if you are doing them.
He can’t connect (fall in love) with you if you are doing all of those masculine things.
Not in romance.
Therefore, the basis, the foundation is you being romantic and him being masculine to start a romantic relationship in healthiness.
How to have a healthy relationship and fall in love forever with your boyfriend stands on the passionate dynamic of you in feminine energy and him in masculine energy.
A healthy relationship truly is a product of that understanding and effort to maintain the romance-dynamic between the couple.
Building healthy relationships keeps you out of pain and controlling him and it keeps you feeling loved.
Healthy relationship tips do include all of the obvious such as no abuse, no violence or substance abuse, but I hope you know that.
To know the characteristics of a healthy relationship and how to maintain a healthy relationship with your boyfriend or husband absolutely starts with you in feminine energy.
Yes, many triggers will be pushed in a relationship, but if you have this feminine let-life-come-to-you, accept it each minute, observe your feelings, feel them, state what you want and then be ready to go with his leadership—even if it wasn’t your idea or inclination—healthy relations abound!
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