How to experience greater joy and fulfillment from your relationship
Do healthy, perfect relationships spring out of nowhere? Is it as triumphant and perfect as social media presents to us? If you are reading this right now, chances are that you are intentionally seeking to take your relationship to the next level and are prepared to redouble your efforts. If this sounds like you, keep reading.
Why do you think we have Relationships?
Being in a relationship allows you to discover new aspects of yourself that you might not have been aware of. An accountability partner watches over you and ensures that you consistently achieve your objectives. Love teaches you to appreciate the little things in life and makes you live more intensely. Your outlook on life can be improved by the presence of someone you love, which may enhance your life’s meaning.
As an EQ Coach, I would summarize the purpose of relationships is to magnify human emotion and experience.
Knowing your destination is a good idea before starting any journey. Understanding where you are is the first step in developing the ideal relationship. Everyone occupies one of six relationship positions.
- A magnificent relationship with love and passion. – A relationship with fun, spontaneity, intimacy, excitement, passion, closeness, and devotion
- A relationship with love but no passion. – A relationship that is more of a friendship.
- A relationship with love and passion. – A Relationship where each partner lives together yet is separated in their own world.
- You are planning your escape. – A relationship where there is no love, friendship, or romance and a forced to live together due to external factors
- You are looking for a new relationship after a breakup. – Never had a committed relationship but believe that a relationship can make you complete.
- You don’t want to be in any relationship. – You have generalized that relationships don’t work, and you are better without them.
With our Relationship Coaching Program you can work on your beliefs, generalizations, emotions, and fears, shift to any of the six positions and taste one of life’s most incredible emotional experiences!
How to grow and develop your relationship to continue experiencing greater joy, love, fulfillment, and passion.
Here are a few suggestions that may help you to achieve this end:-
Know your Partner like No one Does – What makes them happy? What is their pet peeve? What makes them come alive? Chances are that the more you know them, the better you will understand what governs their actions. And they will sense that you are taking a keen interest in them, making them view you differently.
Make relationship a priority – We are all operating on busy timelines. Life has become frantic and everyone is rushing to meet the next deadline. It is pretty easy to put one’s relationship on the back burner. It’s no surprise then that millions of families are on the brink of divorce. Can it be Avoided? Absolutely. But one must be ruthlessly intentional about family times and date nights. And let me reiterate this. It is not an Option. It’s an absolute priority.
Rekindle intimacy– We reclaim the spirit of play, presence, and passion that resides within each person. Open the range of experiences in sexual intimacy to include not only the emotions of loyalty, contribution, and devotion but also the emotions of naughtiness, possessiveness, and lust. Play fearlessly, tenderly, intensely, and wildly. Why not take advantage of the benefits of your relationship if there is genuine understanding, selflessness, and trust between you? Open, try new things, be adventurous, and have fun! Your relationship will flourish when you create this level of heart-to-heart communication and fun.
Be an Expert in Conflict resolution– Fights and disagreements are inevitable. Different individuals might have different mechanisms when it comes to conflict. This is where knowing your partner can come in handy. You know how much time they might need to cool down and come around. Couples who learned conflict resolution have undoubtedly mastered the most challenging subject.
Don’t keep a Record of Wrongs– It’s tempting to bring up past mistakes and wrongdoings and it can only backfire if said at the wrong time and with malicious intent. It can cause irreparable damage and tear relationships apart.
Go beyond the Ordinary– During Conversations, it’s easy to focus on the basics. Even though everything is taken care of, remember people must be heard. And they must feel comfortable asking and sharing. It is usually those conversations that tend to be therapeutic and strangely uplifting. If your partner has been distant lately, having a long, drawn-out conversation might be a good idea. Sometimes, we just don’t realize that communication is the answer.
Take Mini Vacations– People usually have grandiose ideas of going on the perfect vacation. Well, perfect doesn’t exist. Taking impromptu breaks can not only boost your mood, but it can also be a game-changer for the relationship. Millions of marriages have been saved when people have been given the opportunity to rediscover each other, minus the innumerable distractions that life presents.
Rediscover your Partner Again– Years of living together renders people insensitive to each other’s needs. What was exciting once and filled one’s soul with happiness seems like a burden and a disappointment. Nothing can snuff out a relationship like taking a person for granted. Therefore, it is so vital to rekindle the romance in a relationship.
Seek to Grow as an Individual– Invest in your growth. Relentlessly seek opportunities that develop your skills and talents. I think this is something that we routinely miss out on. Two people cannot establish something worthwhile if either one is grappling with past trauma or unresolved emotions. I cannot emphasize this enough. A relationship by no means completes an individual. It is supposed to enhance them. Make them better versions of themselves.
No Quick Fixes – A relationship requires an investment of time, effort and genuine commitment. Anything less and it will end by default. The absence of issues does not make relationships great. They work because both parties care about each other enough to try to make it work.
I remember reading this somewhere and it encompasses everything in a single powerful statement, “Do what you did while starting a relationship and there won’t be an end.”
But without a doubt, working on yourself first is the secret to developing and experiencing a remarkable, fulfilling relationship.
Sajid Ahamed is a “Certified Trainer of NLP” and organizes John Grinder approved NLP training in India and the Middle East. He is one of the few ITA (International Training Academy) trainers in the world who are authorized to run New Code NLP and NLP Master Practitioner Certifications in India and the Middle East. He has more than 1000 hours of coaching experience and is an ICF accredited Professional Certified Coach (PCC). He is also certified and authorized to conduct Emotional intelligence Assessments by Six Seconds, International. He is a firm believer in High Performance Coaching. He enjoys engaging in powerful conversations that lead to effective learning and results. Sajid empowers his clients to achieve their most significant potential and evolve into their personal best version through emotionally intelligent coaching.
Listed among the best NLP Trainers in India, Coach Sajid is known for his Accredited NLP Certification, especially the NLP Training In Bangalore and Parenting Workshop In India. Apart from the Trainings, his NLP Coaching In India covers a wide niche of coaching including Relationship Coaching, Parenting Coaching, Leadership Coaching.
One of his personal favorites seems to be How To Get Rid Of Phobias and How To Manage Your Emotions.
He has completed studies in Psychotherapy from Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is presently pursuing his PhD in Alternative therapies and Integrative Medicines.
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