There is a recent article for women on how their husbands can do it happierand it seems like a lot of people have something to say about it.
I don’t know what you think of this article, but one thing is for sure polarizing piece that has provoked many reactions from the opposite ends of the spectrum.
I’m sure you’ll have a lot to say after reviewing the article.
Do you think it is too biased against women and does not make men responsible for their role in a relationship?
Or do you agree that women should be more aware of it? possible errors could they be doing?
As for me, I think both people in a relationship can make use of the author’s advice (she did mention that men can apply it too).
However, the way the article was written (how women “destroy” their husbands and “kill” their marriages) might have seemed a little harsh to some people.
Surely this is where the flak comes from; these people believe that there is too much attention to women (and, in turn, blame them).
Construction of a two-way street
Because a relationship involves Two people, I think they are both equally responsible for their health. If only one of you works to make things better, the others the person must also enter the act.
With that, I agree with the article when it says you should get yours feelings out in the open. It’s almost useless to pretend you’re not upset, which just prolongs it inevitable.
But let me add a small provision: When relieving your partner, be sure to point your frustration at the situation and NOT attack him.
In the heat of the moment, it’s easy plaster in others. Arguments to climb mostly because of harsh words and negative labels thrown to others.
The best is keep to the pointattack the problem, avoid making accusations, and suggest what you can do to resolve the disagreement.
Find your “safety valve”
Here’s the other thing that happened to me after reading the article: Any relationship needs a sense of balance.
Without a good mix of time “me” and “us”, something is bound to give.
Imagine having a job that you really enjoyed, but that you had to do seven days a week without any day off. No matter how much fun you have, you can’t help but feel worn out after a while.
Very soon, yours exhaustion it will overwhelm your patience and you will end up tired of the work of your dreams.
So in a relationship, you have to set aside enough time to do the things you want. When you are able to do this, you will be recharged and keep your enthusiasm for your partner intact.
Being the perfect partner is impossible, and no one should expect you to be one. I think as long as you have a habit of keeping your relationship in good condition, it should be more than enough to keep that connection.
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Yours, in Perfect Passion,
– Carlos Cavallo
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