Friday, February 5, 2016

Fifth Edition: Friday Favorites

Happy Friyay!! Welcome to the lovely month of love whether you’re single, married, in a relationship, or it’s complicated. You deserve lots of love this month and every month after that. I just want to recap the theme for Friday Favorites. Since it’s the month of “love” obviously as the romantic hopeful I am, I’m running with it. This month will be all about ways you can love yourself and others.

I think that every day should be Valentines Day, not just one day out of the year although having that one-day does make things for fun.  Today I wanted to share post that focuses on strengthen and building your relationship. I can testify that these are practices I apply to my own relationship and it’s been pretty successful thus far.

These are conversations I wished I had earlier on in my previous relationships because if I did I don’t think I would have moved forward.  These 7 topics Erin mentions in this post are make or break in relationships I believe. It’s great to have these conversations because you can see what you’re willingly to compromise with your partner and where you’re not. So I think this post was really insightful to read.

You don’t need to be married to read this post. I don’t think you need to even be in a relationship when you read this post. Some of the things she suggest are perfect for any relationship you have whether it’s with your kids or friends. I really loved her ideas and I saw some things I can work on in my life not just with my boyfriend but with others I love.

Once again you don’t need in a romantic relationship or married nor do you need to be religious. I feel like learning the way you receive love is very beneficial for you with all your relationships and I always think it’s a great way to learn how to love yourself. For those of you who are in a relationship, she lists great ways you can love your significant other if they have a different love language from you.

You’re never done growing together once you’re in a relationship. Sometimes people forget being in relationships are like gardening you always need to keep it maintained.  Once again some of the things Chelsea mentions don’t just apply to romantic relationships they can be used to maintain your friendships as well. She mentions a lot of important things that will help people grow as a couple and individually.

The writers of this blog post have been married for several years and have been through a lot that have tested their marriage and each other. I enjoy their blog not just for relationship things but life things. That was just a little back info so you know it’s not inexperienced people giving you advice.  Since they’ve been through a lot they really get to the heart and soul of relationships. It’s not all rainbows. They give a list of things that you’ll have to go through in relationships and how to use that to be better the relationship and each other. So I highly recommend reading this one and yet again it doesn’t have to be in a romantic sense. I think these tips are great for building close friends.

I hope these post help you think more about relationship and help you learn how to strengthen it. I want you all to have a great weekend and I’ll see you back here on Monday so we can start the week off with a great Mantra or battle cry.

What do you do to strengthen the relationships in your life?

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