1.”Do What You Did In The Beginning Of The Relationship And There Won’t Be An End.”
Being comfortable with your partner is important when it comes to having a harmonious connection. But, getting too comfortable in the relationship can all lead to complacency and dim the spark. It’s a fine line.
2. “Your Relationship You Have With Yourself Set The Tone For All Your Relationships.”
We teach others how we want to be treated based on how we treat ourselves. To have a healthy connection with a partner you must first learn to fall in love with yourself.
3.”If You Don’t Know Your Own Worth And Value, Don’t Expect Someone Else To Calculate It For You.”
Knowing the value you bring to the relationship allows you to set healthy boundaries in your relationship. You decide your own worth, not your partner.
4.”Be With Someone Who Makes Your Life Peaceful.”
While all relationships will have their fair share of ups and downs, a meaningful relationship will bring you peace. A healthy connection will have a calming effect on your life, not a chaotic one.
5.”Don’t Chase Anyone. Get Your Life Together And You’ll Run Into Them Later.”
Relationships are meant to be mutually beneficial. If there is an imbalance, you will continue to feel frustration. Let the law of attraction work in your favor.
6.”Dating Never Dies. It is Something You Will Do For A Lifetime.”
Whether you’ve been in a relationship for five months or over a decade, having weekly date night keeps the spark alive and deepening for a lifetime.
7.”The Best Love Is The One That Inspires You To Become Better Without Changing Who You Are As A Person.”
While we are continuously evolving in life, a great partner doesn’t want to change you. They inspire you to become the best version of yourself and vice versus.
8.”Love And Fear Cannot Live Under The Same Roof.”
If you operate under the mindset of fear it will be challenging to reach your goals. If you operate from a place love then you’re more likely to see the results your desire, personally and professionally. But, we cannot operate from fear and love simultaneously as they are polar opposites.
9.”Never Lose Yourself In A Relationship. Love Your Partner Fiercely While Remaining True To Yourself.”
Self-love and self-care are vital to a healthy relationship. If you don’t take care of yourself first, the rest of your relationships in your life will suffer.
10.”Wait For Someone Who You Can’t Live Without. The ONE Who Tells Strangers About you.”
Your partner may not always be whispering, “I love you” in your ear, but rest assure if they are telling strangers all about you they do.
11.”Any Relationship That Ends Over A Conversation About Your Feelings And Values Wasn’t Stable Enough To Begin With.”
If you partner isn’t willing to respect your feelings while honoring your worth, then they not be the best partner for you. A relationship can only thrive with both partners respect each other and make the relationship a priority. Relationships thrive on healthy boundaries.
12. “No One Is Too Busy, It’s A Matter Of Priorities And Goals.”
If quality time is your love language and they have an excuse as to why they haven’t seen you in over a week, then are they really the person for you? Nothing will stop a person from seeing you, if you are their priority.
13.”It’s Not What You Say, But How You Say It That Predicts The Outcome Of Your Relationship.”
Our tone of voice accounts of 90% of what we say and how it will be received. If you are not communicating in a calm state when you need to address a concern with your partner, then give yourself time before speaking. Nothing can be resolved from heightened emotional state.
14.”Never Let Success Get To Your Head. Never Let Failure Get To Your Heart.”
Anything worth having in life is worth the risk. We can only learn from our failures and strategize better towards success. And, we can only learn from heartache about what we want and don’t want for our next relationship. But, most importantly a humble and kind spirit will keep us on the right path to fulfillment.
15.”You Are On My Bucket List.”
The greatest relationships are full of adventures. Inspire each other to get outside your comfort zones and grow together.
16.”Long-Term Goals Over Short-Term Gratification.”
If you’re only focusing on sexual attraction and quick attention, then you’re goal is short-term gratification. This type of connection which will often end in heartache. If you want a long-lasting relationship, then focus on the long-term goal to build a genuine connection to set yourself up for a positive outcome.
17. “Waiting For The Day “Come Over” Turns Into “Come Home”.”
Taking your relationship “one date at a time” is the only way to grow it into a fulfilling connection that lasts a lifetime.
18. “You Can’t Build A Kingdom With Someone Who Craves Attention From The Town.”
Your worth is built on your core values and morals. Seeking attention from an external source will leave you in a dangerously weak position. The minute the external source is gone, you will feel like you are left with nothing. If you try to build a relationship with a partner who consistently seeks outside attention through social media, then it will be difficult to build a solid connection. This type of partner will never be fulfilled due to a lack of self-love and confidence.
19.”Everything You Want Is Waiting For You On The Other Side Of Consistency.”
With any goal in life, it takes consistency and perseverance to reach it. If you are dating someone and there is a lack of consistency, then more than likely it will be challenging to reach a level of success in that relationship. The best relationships start slow and grow gradually over time.
20. “You’re One Connection Away From The Relationship You Want.”
That’s all it takes! Just a simple connection that blossoms into something beautifully called love.
21.”You Can Only Be Loved As Deep As You Are Willing To Love Yourself.”
A healthy relationship is the balance of two individuals who function as independent and interdependent. Meaning each partner confidently loves themselves from the inside out while valuing the relationship as a collective whole in supporting each other.