How to Save Your Relationship
How to Save Your Relationship – Are we compatible? For any relationship to last, it is essential that you are compatible.
This does not mean that you have to share all of each other’s hobbies and interests and live in each other’s pockets.
In fact, it could be considered unhealthy if you do. The happiest people in the most successful relationships give each other space and time to follow other interests away from the relationship. You are after all two separate people with two separate personalities and interests.
The important thing is that you are able to come back together and enjoy each other’s company and pursue other interests that you may share together.
Being compatible with someone is being able to work well together. It is about having similar outlooks on life, sharing a similar sense of humor, wanting similar things.
Consider the following questions within your relationship. Indicate where you feel your relationship rates on a scale of 1 to 10 for each question (1 being the least and 10 being the most).
Try to think about each question in terms of your feelings over the last month or so rather than just how you are feeling today:
Sex – How sexually fulfilled do you feel? Are you happy with the frequency of sex in your relationship?
Fun – Sense of humor. Shared interests. How much do you laugh together? Shared values – Do you have a similar philosophy of life and moral code?
Common goals – Are you heading in the same direction? Do you want the same things or is there room for compromise?
Social life – Friends and family. How happy are you with the level and quality of interaction you have with them?
Conflict resolution – How well do you both manage disagreements? Do you respect each other’s boundaries? Are you able to ask for what you need?
Communication – Do you know what’s going on in each other’s life and are you both interested? Chores – How happy are you both with the way chores are shared?
Emotional support – How supportive is your partner especially in times of stress and illness?
Career support – How supportive is your partner of your career or other aspirations?
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