Maintaining a healthy and happy relationship is a crucial aspect of life, but unfortunately, there are many individuals who tend to invite unnecessary problems into their relationship by their actions. In this episode, we will discuss the fastest way to ruin your relationship.
Communication is the key to any successful relationship, and if there is a breakdown in communication, the relationship is sure to suffer. You should always listen to your partner and ensure that you are heard as well. Avoid hiding your emotions and feelings from your partner, as keeping secrets only leads to conflict and mistrust.
Another aspect that can ruin a relationship is dishonesty. Telling lies to your partner, whether it be a major lie or a minor deception, can erode trust and break down any relationship. Always be truthful, even if it’s difficult to share information. Honesty is fundamental if you want a healthy long-term relationship.
Jealousy is another significant issue that can ruin a relationship. Possessive behavior, controlling your significant other, or always suspecting them of infidelity can slowly destroy the foundation of a good relationship. Trust in your partner and have faith in the bond that you share.
A lack of consideration is also a major factor that can ruin your relationship. Neglecting your partner’s needs, feelings, or desires, will create resentment over time. It is important to be there for your partner, show support when needed, and take time to appreciate their love and affection.
In this episode, Jason takes us along to his eloquent prose about finding How to love in the aid of Dr. Margaret Paul, the acclaimed author of “Inner Bonding Becoming A Loving Adult To Your Inner Child”, teaches us a run down basics about spiritual relationship, as in romance, but not the usual type we commonly perceived as physical affection or sensation.
Self Judgment will always recycle the past weaknesses and pain. Go and let your journey be a path of recovery. Don’t let yourself be stuck, deal with the problem because you have the power within you. Always remember the essentials. Learn and Grow. The path of your life is always the standard operating procedure of Creation and Evolution.
Jason Rigby breaks down some of Dr. Margaret’s famous context and he mixes up in conjunction with Creational Laws. There are many intricate but connecting lessons from this episode. He then streamlines the entire episode into four takeaways. But as Higher Density Living leaves the lessons to the viewer, you take the responsibility to find the answers within yourselves. Remind yourself that you are loved.
Listen in as Jason talks about self-love in this episode.
0:46- Once again Jason Rigby is riding solo for today’s podcast episode.
1:19- A basic question. Is your partner making you feel bad?
2:07- Do not be hopelessly devoted to someone you love. Strike a balance of self-love and love for others. Do not be a whim. Be you.
2:49- Love is like a knife, be careful how you handle it or else you’ll get hurt. Stop doing stupid things while in love.
3:17- Falling in love at first is the epitome of puppy love. It only increases your dopamine levels but doesn’t really indicate how far and deep the love can go.
3:58- Jason shares his vulnerable past love. We are reminded that love is a risk and a commitment. It can grow both people closer or farther away.
4:11- You’ll ever truly know something ONLY from the experience of it.
4:35- Reminiscence will always remind us of the pain of the past.
4:49- We need to change our expectations of other people. Don’t expect you are obliged to be loved by everyone. Change the perspective, change the expectation.
6:13- Despite the conventional wisdom of us being social animals, it’s not about other people. It’s about yourself. You are the problem and YOU are the solution.
6:51- Being needy can actually repel people from you. It’s counterproductive when there is no good understanding.
7:34- Everything about you is YOUR responsibility.
7:56- Jason reiterates the essence of the Law of One. You are pure consciousness.
8:00- Jason introduce the advices of Dr. Margaret Paul
8:11- Number 1: You are worth it.
8:27- Number 2: You may have an addiction problem.
8:40- Physicality has a direct effect on every other part.
8:43- You should take care of your meatsuit too. Take good health while we exist in a material universe.
9:21- Jason on functionally living while drunk. Having addiction causes some people not to address the true reality.
9:28- Number 3: You become needy when you choose not to learn and grow.
10:04- Always remember the essentials. Learn and Grow. The path of your life is always the standard operating procedure of Creation and Evolution.
10:07- Make sure to yourself that you are learning everyday. Learn, learn, and learn. Make the most out of life.
10:22- Number 4: You see yourself as a victim. Blame others or God for your current circumstances. Take responsibility and drop the blame game.
11:15 – Having to admit and commit to responsibility is not a warrant to judge yourself harshly. STOP BLAMING yourself and others. Learn to embrace what you can do and improve upon it.
11:50- Be the best version for yourself.
12:04- Self Judgment will always recycle the past weaknesses and pain. Go and let your journey be a path of recovery. Don’t let yourself be stuck, deal with the problem because you have the power within you.
12:56- Nothing happens to you. It happens for you. Stop being a victim.
13:47- We are gonna figure out how to succeed with happiness in the next episode.
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