Improve Your Relationship, Love Yourself
by Tori Prieur
“If you aren’t good at loving yourself, you will have a difficult time loving someone else, since you’ll resent the time and energy you give another person that you aren’t giving yourself,” says relationship researcher, Barbara DeAngelis.
In the beginning of a good relationship, the new, exciting, and passionate exchanges are constant and you feel that your connection with your partner is an unbreakable bond. The long conversations and cuddles feel endless, and they make you feel gorgeous, intelligent and desirable. Inevitably, you have to come down to earth and learn to live a “normal” life together and often these good feelings diminish quickly.
There are so many books, columns and opinions on how to “keep the love alive”, and quite frankly what works for one couple could potentially end the relationship for another.
There is no one-size-fits-all relationship advice just as there are no two relationships alike in this world.
It is my belief that the most effective way to strengthen and keep your love alive, is to really love yourself first.
By striving to overcome our own insecurities and "hang-ups”, we allow ourselves the opportunity to really love
others and to accept love
when it is given to us.
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