The quality of your relationships is the quality of your life. This advice is primarily meant for you and the relationship with your Significant Other (SO).
- You get into a relationship to give something rather than to go to get something out.
Empowering Question: How can I give more to this relationship?
- Avoid anchoring your negative emotions to the people you are with
- Keep arguments / discussions short and resolve them as soon as possible
- Be playful and adventurous in the growth of your relationship
- Show you love and care in the way that fits the need of the person involved. How does this person know someone loves them? Say it, show it, touch in a specific way. (find out the primary representation system) How do you know you are most loved by me? Is is absolutely necessary that I show you that I love you by buying you thing, taking you places or looking a certain way? (visual) Is is absolutely necessary that I say it (auditory) Is it absolutely necessary that I touch you in a certain way (kinesthetic)
- Create key-moments that are fun or special
- Enjoy where you are right now, do not fear the (possible) end. Act as if the relationship is going to last forever. Mutual commitment is the identity of every lasting relationship.
Identify exactly what you want in a relationship and what you don't want.
What do you want your relationship to be about?
What unique things can you do to enhance the relationship?
International Online Training Program On Intractable Conflict Many problemcategories and reflections on several wordwide conflicts.
Conflict Research Consortium, University of Colorado, USA.
General Social Problems
SIMPOS: Netherlands foundation for information on social problems and occult tendencies. A somewhat critical view on social themes related to New Age, religious cults, etc.
Although it may seem contradictory to refer to critics about information I presented earlier in articles and books but I feel it is your personal responsibility to be fully informed about people, systems and methods presented on MetaMagazine. Just keep an open (positive) mind...