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Healing A Relationship

Healing Or Curing A Wounded Or Injured Relationship


Almost all romantic relationships goes through their moments of ups and downs. The problem comes in when there are more downs and fewer ups. When this continues, the ups keep on decreasing and the downs keep on increasing. A time comes when there are no ups and all are downs. This is the worst phase of any relationship. Though, it is still possible to take some corrective measures to heal or cure a wounded or injured relationship.

The very first thing you need to do is put a stop to all fights and arguments. It doesn’t matter who is right and who is wrong. It is relevant who wins and who loses. You both are in it together, so your victory or defeat is your partner’s victory or defeat and vice versa. You both are one unit and part of the same team.

Show some humility and gratitude to each other. Be humble and nice to one another. A small act of kindness can go a long way. Just be good to your partner without any expectations. It’s funny that we often kinder to strangers than we are to our loved ones. The main reason being the accumulated grudges and resentments.

Learn to be patient and channel your negative emotions to somewhere else. Your feelings are yours and it is only you who has to deal with them. Don’t let your negative emotions create problems in your relationship. So contain them or better if you can divert them in some other direction to finally release them.

Realize that a relationship is between two people. Neither one of you can do it alone. So you have to work as a team and as one. Show appreciation and gratefulness towards each other. It’s all about perspective. We see what we want to see, we see good when we want to see good and we see bad when we want to see bad. Just learn to see the good in each other.

Also learn to be less demanding and more liberating. Set your partner free instead of putting them in a cage. Love prospers best when there is freedom. Love is a butterfly that is the happiest when it is set free. Be respectful of the private space while being close at the same time.

Lastly remember that love can conquer almost everything. Love has the most healing power to heal even some of the deepest wounds. When the same love is mixed with intimacy, it becomes many folds more powerful. It is almost like using a steroid to heal a wound on your body. Love too has the same power as a steroid to heal almost any problem in any relationship.

If you want to heal your wounded relationship, try to apply some or all of the points given above. The sooner you begin the healing process, less the damage and faster the recovery time. Remember, there is no wound in a relationship that can’t be healed. All you have to do is apply the right ointment at the right time. Once you become good at this process, the next step should be to not allow any more wounds or injuries to occur in your relationship so that there is no need for anymore curing or healing.
Date Posted/Updated On: 12/05/2016
Author: ispace1


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