Sunday, May 1, 2011

Is Your Relationship in Danger of Sinking?

Relationship Sinking? What You Can Do to Keep It Afloat
By: Chris Tyler

If you are getting the feeling that your relationship may be sinking, then you should also be aware that it is probably in danger. That little bit of intuition that is telling you that something might be wrong is there for a reason and it is up to you to pay attention. Way too often people will ignore that feeling, that intuition and then end up looking back and realizing that maybe they shouldn't have. Relationships can be tough to handle and deal with, but if you are already getting that feeling that your relationship is sinking, you may want to pay attention.

When people break up, lots of times they end up using cliches as reasons for why it happened. Things like, "it just didn't work out between us," come to mind. However, most of the time there was something that they could have done to patch things up or make it work. It's not always easy to be in a relationship, but if you don't want it to fall apart or come undone, then you have to be ready to do things to make it work out the way that you want it to.

Here are some things that you can do to keep it afloat if you feel like your relationship may be sinking:

1) Delegate some time to spend with your partner and make sure that you stick to it.

We live in a fast paced world and at times, that can be a bad thing. Sure, we have microwave meals that you can heat up in 2 minutes or less, but sometimes that high pace leads to us ignoring the person we are with. When that kind of 'neglect' happens, you can be sure that it will have some negative consequences. Sometimes it just means that you will get the feeling of not really being connected with your partner. Other times it can lead to a break down of the relationship or a situation where one person looks for someone else to fulfill their needs.

2) Learn how to communicate better with the one you are with.

It's kind of strange how two people can be together and yet, they don't always share what they really are feeling. In lots of relationships, one person will end up feeling like they are all alone or that they cannot freely express their true emotions. When that kind of communication break down happens, it's almost inevitable that one day things will come to and end. If you do NOT want that to happen, then you have to learn how to communicate with the other person so that you both know what you truly are feeling.

3) Learn how to inject passion back into things.

When the passion is gone, chances are... a break up is bound to be down the road unless something is done sometime soon. The passion is that glue that gets people together and it usually is one of the first things to go when a relationship is truly on the fritz. Passion is not just about sex, although it definitely can and should be a part of it. It's also that passion of just being with the other person that has to be there for things to get back to the way that they should be.

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