Have you ever experienced a relationship that left you feeling totally alone while you were still in it?
It happens to many people – and there’s a reason for it.
The initial falling in love phase is wonderful. But we tend to do it with out hearts and not our heads.
And even if we do use out heads to a certain degree, sometimes there’s still stuff about ourselves that we haven’t thought deeply enough to know.
The reality is – ALL RELATIONSHIP ISSUES COME FROM UNMET NEEDS.
So making a choice of partner based on knowing our core needs is essential to having a great relationship.
If you haven’t truly explored those needs, there’s a good chance you won’t be making good choices.
You need to know you are with someone who can meet those needs.
Sure, you might have a list, but if that list isn’t based on a deep understanding of your core needs, you still might find yourself feeling lonely and unsatisfied down the track. That’s where the arguments start.
It is much easier to make sure you are entering a relationship with someone who can meet your needs than to try and sort them out down the track.
Or break up, because you know how much that sucks.
Knowing your core needs is essential to giving your relationship a great head start.