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1.When you want more quality time with your man, make time you do have as positive as possible. 2.Trust and respect him. 3.Stop nagging. 4.Allow your partner time away from you without giving him third degree. 5.Appreciate little things he does for you and tell him so. 6.Make love creatively and often. Donít be afraid to initiate lovemaking. 7.Honor any agreements you have made with him. 8.Support his goals and direction. 9.Ask for what you want! (Believe it or not, no matter how much he loves you, he really canít read your mind.) 10.Accept his ďNoĒ gracefully, trusting that he would if he could.
1.Go to bed angry with your partner. 2.Insist he always share his feelings with you. Talking about feelings is more what women need. 3.Attempt to converse with your partner during a good movie or sporting event. 4.Continue to ďgiveĒ in what you perceive is a lopsided relationship when you are at a point of resentment. 5.Criticize him or put him down, especially things he does. 6.Scold your partner as if he were a child. 7.Use sex as a prize for good behavior or withholding of sex as punishment for ďbadĒ behavior. 8.Compare him to a fictional character in a book, movie or soap drama and find him lacking. 9.Violate his privacy. 10.Try to change him. Appreciate man he is right now.
There is so much to learn about satisfying relationships that your parents never showed you. Please donít become one of statistics of divorce or perhaps worse, stay in a miserable relationship to honor your marriage vows while having so many regrets about your life as time ticks away.
Take charge and take control of your life. Learn some new ways to improve relationship you are already in or to prepare yourself for being a better, improved partner for next person in your life. Contact Kim at 708-957-6047 or email at Kim@TheRelationshipCenter.biz about relationship coaching or take one many Teleclasses scheduled on Events Calendar at www.TheRelationshipCenter.biz. Donít wait until it is too late.
Kim Olver is a licensed professional counselor and a life/relationship coach. She helps people unleash their personal power by living from the inside out, focusing their time and energy on only those things they can control. She also helps people improve the quality of their relationships with the people in their lives. For further information about Kim visit her website at www.TheRelationshipCenter.biz or contact her at (708) 957-6047.