Refresh Your Relationship: a vision
If your relationship with your loving partner is in trouble or just in a moment of crisis, think of a vision in order to refresh your relationship. Not a vision just for you. For you both! And not a momentary vision, but a long-distance one, for years ahead. A common and a longer vision means a more profound meaning for you two being together. A vision that would show you both a kind of aim or direction. Why important? When you have a sense of a meaning, the energy you are producing should be much stronger. The aim or an ideal that you believe in and want to materialize evokes much hope and stamina. You feel stronger, your partner feels stronger, and you both feel stronger. Perhaps, some time ago, you had this meaning in your relationship; try to think how to refresh it either by coming back to this previous mood or how to modify it according to the present needs and circumstances.
Refresh Your Relationship: your partner needs
Another way to refresh your relationship can be thinking of some unrealized needs of your partner. Thinking not of your needs. Thinking not of what you think she or he needs. Of his or her needs that are expressed by words or by actions. Expressed, perhaps, in a hidden way; perhaps in an open way. If you aren’t sure, it would be good to ask. I mean, ask in a serious way, not just ask an accidental question, you know. In order to do it, you would need some communication skills, the most crucial being a real interest, a say: real, in what your partner wants to express. Why important? The synchronization of the serious needs that you have and your partner has can produce miracles, especially when there is some hope to make them happen, at least partially.
Refresh Your Relationship: new challenges
Routine and boredom kill the relationship first. At first sight all goes perfectly well, as if in a mechnism. Yes, but a mechanism does not have emotions, hopes, and excitements. So, a mechanic type of structure of your routine can be misleading, perhaps dangerous sometimes. What to do, then? Literary, ‘refresh your relationship’ means: ‘make it fresh’ and a new challenge, one or two, can be great. Some new hobby, performed together of course (a dancing club; jogging; journey; whatever)? Some new routine (stop watching TV and convert it into learning languages together)? A new way of erotic experience (yea, here you can get to watching movies together in search for some inspiration)? Looking for new company?
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I have a 25 year-long professional experience. It’s mostly as a university professor, but also includes coaching, consulting, and teaching. 35 years of karate as a hobby and the best way of learning self-discipline.