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How to develop relationships? How to tackle problems of relationships?

  1. JYOTI KOTHARI profile image55
    JYOTI KOTHARIposted 8 years ago

    How to develop relationships? How to tackle problems of relationships?

  2. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 8 years ago

    Before you can develop a relationship with anyone, you must develop one with yourself first.  How can you love someone if you don't truly love yourself?  If you have issues deal with them, face them head on so if the one you love has issues, you will understand and have the patience to work with them if they have not dealt with their issues fully.  If you are selfish, learn what it is to share, care, etc.  Now I did say the one you love, just not any and everyone!  The same works for tackling problems in a current relationship.  If you haven't worked on the basics ***yourself*** you will not be able to tackle the problems of the relationship that you're currently in.  It takes self love, awareness, understanding, loyalty, maturity as well as decency to make any kind of relationship work.  Good luck!

    Vonda G. Nelson

  3. ritosolange profile image55
    ritosolangeposted 8 years ago

    On relationship problems: Talk about it. Nothing will be resolved by bottling your feelings, because this will cause an overflow of emotion. Be kind, supportive, and willing to listen, however: NEVER sacrifice who you are to please others, no matter how much you may want to love that person.

  4. darrylcrawford profile image71
    darrylcrawfordposted 8 years ago

    COMMUNICATION is key. To be honest and straight forward with them about what it is that you are uncomfortable with. Letting them know your heart is where to start. Tackle problems one problem at a time. Reassure her that you love her each time you are about to say something that could make her feel a bit uncomfortable. It's never good to be fake and act like nothing is wrong if it is . Being real is good. Loving communication is better.

  5. Alemkala Imchen profile image54
    Alemkala Imchenposted 8 years ago

    Relationships can be developed when we have a strong sense of understanding and can really feel someone from inside(pathos).
    To tackle problems sometimes becomes quite complicated as what you really want to convey to the person is not sufficient to make the person understand. As we all know as human we all have some or the other disadvantage we are not perfect though we are create in the Imago Dei. Sometimes we have to make and have to realize the person our love. We cannot say that if we are closely linked then misunderstanding will not happen, again it is part of our human nature. But sometime we have to try and find out what is the actual fact behind the problems and should think it in a manner which may not disturb our partner. There are different problems in relationships and so no straight answers can be giving.

 
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