Did you establish a stop loss point for your stock investments?
Did you ever choose the lowest point you’d let your stock value fall before you bailed out of the investment to stop your losses?
What if you could use this investment strategy to stop your love losses in dating or long-term relationship? How does that work?
I’ll show you how to use this love tool as you ask yourself two questions in this love test:
How low will you let your relationship interactions go before you cut your love losses?
How low will you let negative, frustrating interactions go, before you decide to do something new to get new results you desire?
These are the top two choices we make in a dating or long-term relationship:
1. Bail out of failing relationship to stop your love losses.
2. Do something new to produce new results you desire.
What choice do most couples make?
With a 50 percent divorce rate for first marriages that soars to 80 percent for third and forth marriages, it’s obvious that most divorcing couples make the first choice. Why?
Because divorcing couples simply lack the love tools that build a life and relationship they love.
Divorce is a failure of creativity.
Divorce is a failure to use love tools and techniques to:
resolve conflicts with a win-win
rebuild lost trust
revive romantic fun
rekindle passionate intimacy
rededicate yourselves to your relationship
renew happy sexy love that lasts.
I admit that I once lacked the love tools to repair my marriage after we lost our way to each other’s hearts.
After my long marriage ended in divorce, I dedicated the next 13 years to working with top experts and sharing love skills needed to bounce back from setbacks and be each other’s best cheerleaders and support system in life and love.
What love tool could you use right now to improve a relationship?
Stop criticizing. Start seeing and expressing gratitude for all the good things you and your partner do in life and love.
Why does that improve interactions?
What you focus on expands. Focus on the best qualities and interactions to grow more of them. Focus on negatives and criticize them to grow more negatives and criticism.
How do you change a negative, critical focus that kills love and relationships?
Relationship researcher, John Gottman, says it takes 5 positive interactions to make up for one negative interaction, including criticizing perceived flaws or ignoring your partners needs.
Starting today, commit to replacing each critical comment you habitually make with an expression of thanks and appreciation for positive steps your partner (or children) make.
See for yourself how quickly this love tool brings out better behaviors in your partner and yourself to help you–
Get all the happy, sexy love you desire,