What else you can do to fix your relationship? Read on and discover.
Find A Mentor:
These are powerful ways to sharpen your relationship skills, learn to connect emotionally, enhance interpersonal openness, emotional expression, self‐care, and ability to understand other’s relationship experiences.
The gatherings help you rebuild camaraderie and confidence in other men and yourself. You’ll learn from each other.
It’s helpful to get input from other men who are in a similar situation as yours.
The environment is non-competitive and allows men to be who they are as individuals. You’ll see other men as they experience their relationship and hear about their challenges, failures and successes.
Building personal trust with others gives you the chance to give and get honest feedback.
Men’s groups give you hope as you work through your relationship.
A therapist helps you process deep-seated issues that are hindering you from progressing with your life. Therapy focuses on relationships, with others and with yourself. It is very useful in breaking through barriers related to your past, present and prepares you for your future.
A life coach serves to help you identify life goals, objectives and progress. It helps with keeping you accountable and motivated. Performance improvement and better quality of life become intentional. You also get accountability.
Turn Your Weakness Into Strength
You already know you’re not good at your relationship, so why not accept it. It doesn’t mean you’ve given up. You’ll stop using so much energy and time for no results. Use the energy you save to develop different ways to address the weakness.
Learn more about your mindset by reading up on your relationship style. Understanding your relationship weaknesses shows how you “do and do not do” a relationship. It clarifies the challenges you face and points you in the direction to address them. You’ll gain valuable self-understanding.
Know Your Automatic Sticky Thought Patterns and Your Mouthing-off Attitude
Becoming aware of your automatic sticky thought patterns and your mouthing-off attitude, you can practice stopping that flow and question yourself. There are other better options to get what you want. If what you’re thinking and doing isn’t working, try other ways.
What Would You Do If You Were Super Secure In Your Relationship?
This is THE question you should ask yourself. It changes your perspective and opens up potential thoughts and behaviors you may not have tried. Make a list. Work it and see what happens.
Take Better Care of Yourself
Feeling like you don’t measure up is an automatic response after you emerge from yet another lost battle with your partner.
Give yourself a break.
You may influence your partner’s behavior change but you can’t make them change.
Take yourself out of the situation, clear your mind and do something to sooth.
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