There can be some difficult learning curves when it comes to matters of the heart, but there are some valuable lessons to help you gain insight, along the way. The trick is not to repeat mistakes or negative patterns of past relationships, so you can continue to move on in a better direction.
If there is a repetitive issue or argument that takes place whenever you see your family, this needs to be addressed and dealt with as quickly as possible. Not only does it take a toll on your self-worth within your family dynamic, but it can also alter how you connect on an emotional level with your partner. In other words, your moods affect your partner’s moods.
Today on Dear Sybersue I discuss this popular question: How Do We Maintain the Love in Our Marriage As We Get Older? ❤️ It is
Some people stay emotionally unavailable to protect their hearts. They walk away before they allow any attachment.
It takes two people to be in a relationship and both of you should be contributing to making things work together on a daily basis. It is not one person’s job to maintain or control the partnership. If you are finding that you are ending up in relationships where you are always giving more than you are receiving, it is time to get to the bottom of why you allow yourself to end up here.
For a relationship to work long-term, you both have to be on a similar page within most aspects of your partnership. Red flags are there to make you pay attention as a couple and find a compatible way to solve the roadblocks that happen in every relationship. We all go through them, but it is how maturely we handle them that will keep the love and respect alive in our partnerships.