Having worked with couples as long as I have, to me there has always been something missing in their relationships. An example: you can always see a couple that has just met, and, man there is love in the air. They can’t let go of each other, they are laughing at silly little things and catching the odd kiss in public, oblivious of who is watching, after all they are in love.
When a couple get together in a relationship or marriage, within no time, they settle down into a routine of what job is yours and what is mine, and boy don’t do it and the other way and partner lets you know. Willy, why mention this? Because from here on the stalemate starts to settle in and slowly it is goodbye to holding hands, kissing and even romance.
In every partnership one of the couple is the one that does most of the caring and the one that almost always says sorry!
Here is a real chapter on Sorry.
One of the areas where couples fail is the way that they talk to each other with no respect, it seems as though they are always in cross mode or just plain angry with each other. My question is “how do you get intimate with your partner with this type of mind set?”
(1) We go into the relationship with lots of love and then turn it into a business deal in you do that and I do this so if one of us does not do our job the other partner can complain, instead of being a team. ‘Team work’ means we ‘work together’ as a team and where one is weak the other one in strong.