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Busted Love? 

10 Things To Do

by Dani Stone

When you’re in a relationship and the love and affection seem to be dwindling, don’t take it as a bust and give up.   Try these 10 things to make it rejuvenate!

1. Put The Brakes On. Speak out openly about what’s bothering you.  State exactly what it is you don’t like.  Stop accepting what you don’t like.

2.  Gear Up:  If you’re doing a lot of complaining and nothing changes, then you must change.  Move away out of sight in active pursuit of happiness.

3.  Seek Fun In Other Places:  Believe it or not, joy can come from a source other than your current partner.  He/she is not the end of the road as it relates to an ideal relationship.

4.  Don’t Settle:  Remember, if you continue to settle for less than the best, your partner will have no motivation to change.  Don’t be afraid of a “time out.”

5.  Stop Talking About It:  Only seek advice from people involved in working relationships or your mother.

6.  Be Fair:  Review your sense of being reasonable.  Are you expecting too much?  Are your demands or commands reasonable?  Are your complaints legitimate?

7.  Don’t Threaten Aimlessly:  Don’t say anything with regard to pulling away, unless you plan to do so, idle threats whittle away at the respect factor.

8.  Don’t Argue:  Speak softly with meaningful dialogue that explicitly states your feelings and subsequent action if things don’t improve.

9.  Don’t Compare:  Never use comparisons as a verbal weapon.  It does not reflect maturity.

10.  Move Out:  Pull up if you’re unhappy.  It’s much more fun to be alone and not bothered than to be with someone and be miserable.

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