How Do You Know It's Love

How Do You Know It's Love

Kobo ebook | September 3, 2014

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The material contained in this eBook is formatted to be a working guide. The contents will challenge you to explore profile characteristics in your partnership or marriage that may not be readily obvious.
Understanding the character traits and core values of our partner permits us to create an effective yardstick to gauge the strength of our union. Useful tools will permit us to measure where we are in the growth of our oneness and where we are headed.
How well do you know your partner’s background? If you are married or contemplating marriage, you are on the threshold of a major undertaking. Be wise and take the time to perform due diligence; the cost of failure is expensive.
Create a plan or a road map that gives direction to the relationship. Where are things going, and how will you get there? Look at the relationship much as if it is a business in need of management, financing, warehousing and, most of all, a vision. Write out a mission statement and establish mutual goals. This is something all couples should do regularly. How do you know where you are going without the aid of a road map?
During a dispute, do not, and again, I say, DO NOT SAY SOMETHING INFLAMMATORY THAT WILL OUTLAST THE ARGUMENT! When the filters come off, we have a tendency to say things that are deeply rooted that have been heretofore delicately subdued.
In the name of love, we are expected to be forgiving. A loved one has disappointed all of us at one time. We gave them all we had, and they slighted us, said or did something cruel, purposely inflicting pain. Where would you draw the line in the sand on the question of forgiveness?
Success in any relationship rests on our willingness to make time and sacrifice for the sake of the union. An old familiar saying comes to mind, “What you cherish you will always make time for.”
Plan a trip choosing a secluded resort. This is all business; the purpose is to build and strengthen the relationship. You are seeking revelation and expanded insight. The objective is to discuss anything and everything that may be on your mind, no matter how minor. Do not foolishly use this time to criticize one another. You should use the time for strengthening, healing and building. Let it all flow; hold back nothing. Discuss what makes you tick and what it may take to propel your partnership forward.
Weigh the commitment in your marriage gauging how the relationship is evolving using your yardstick to measure growth. The yardstick markers are trust, commitment, your word, time investment, patience and the giving of self.
Loving without conditions is the foundation of the greatest love given from one to another. Love begs to be needed, fulfilled and wanted for the sake of its own preservation. Love is no fleeting leaf in the wind; it requires nurturing and safekeeping. Harbor love as a lasting spiritual connection. To say “I love you” is to come from the depth of your being. Give your love freely as an extension of who you are.
What price would you pay for love? How much of a sacrifice would your soul mate make for you? If life was the cost of love, which of you would pay the ransom?
We invite you to download this eBook today. You will learn the answers to the many questions presented both here and in the short overview. We know you will find the material thought provoking and of great value to your partnership. This eBook is a must read for those who dare to ask, “How do you know it’s love?”

Title:How Do You Know It's LoveFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 3, 2014Publisher:Frederick NurseLanguage:English

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