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Relationships Should Be Everyone’s Study

Relationships Should Be Everyone’s Study

We are on this earth. But why? We (The LoveSnobs) believe the answers to this question is to build equal and just relationships while building the earth. It is a known fact that people are more productive when in productive relationships. This seems like common sense, yet people continue to risk meaningful relationships for personal gain. This ultimately leaves a trail of misery. Hurt is infectious. The cure is studying what makes relationships function. I know, when people see the word “study”, they see school or specialist but isn’t life school and shouldn’t we all want to specialize in relationships. Yes! We shouldn’t enter relationships blindly, nor should we misuse people just to discover what we want. Transparency and genuineness comes from understanding yourself enough to offer Love. Close your eyes and picture what you want in complementary people. People that enhance you and you enhance them. This is the start of equal and just relationships. We sit down with the person/people, getting to know them by asking questions, observing the answers in their actions, while exposing ourselves. That’s the hard part, “exposing ourselves”. We fear judgment because of all the missteps of our past. We fear not being liked or just being rejected. Yet, we crave connection. So, we avoid conflict. We go with the flow because we are in our heads forgiving to reveal our hearts. Our convictions are a strong part of who we all are, but we remain silent. Conflict is an important part of the process. Our heart house our principles and convictions. We get lost in our relationships because we forget to expose ourselves. We forget would believe is important to the survival of our relationships. Let’s study. Sex, physical attraction, and desires will motivate us to open the relationship door but it will only become a relationship if we are comfortable with commitment. Commitment stems from our ability to find common ground with people that are like minded and same hearted. It’s setting a destination and working daily to get to that destination. It is okay to make plans for your life. Matter of fact, it is necessary to plan to have an equal and just relationship. The first sign of someone that doesn’t want to commit is their inability to plan. True freedom is having a structure. Consistency equals dependability. We all want some we know will be present. We can go on o and on but the morale to this post is Relationships Should Be Everyone’s Study….

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