Everlasting love is not a fairy tale or a feeling. It’s a verb.
Finding everlasting love and living happily ever after
aren’t built on feelings, but on taking loving actions
that bring out your best and help you and your beloved partner
feel loved and lovable in your relationship.
Living happily ever after isn’t built on a romantic fantasy that
you married the perfect person, but on the wholesome reality
that each of you is a work in progress so you will grow and change
as you are tested in life and love.
Living happily ever after isn’t based on the myth that your
beloved partner makes you whole, but on a marital commitment that
you each will stay true to your spiritual growth and your partner’s.
Living happily ever after doesn’t mean you’ll never be attracted
to another person but you’ll be dedicated to the health and well being
of yourself, your beloved partner and your relationship as you deal with
attractions outside of your marriage.
Living happily ever after isn’t built on a traditional vision of marriage
but on a conscious agreement to communicate feelings with kind-hearted
honesty, to make decisions and settle disputes with a win-win solution
and to stay focused on positive attitudes and loving actions that build
the life and relationship you love.
What if you and your beloved partner or fiancee’ disagree on a plan to
make love last in your marriage?
Remember you and your beloved are works in progress. So is your marriage.
If you don’t like the results you’re getting now, then use this success
formula. Stop doing what doesn’t work and start doing what does.
How do you know the difference?
Talk about this with your beloved partner. To get better results,
ask better questions, like:
What are some unspoken expectations that each of you bring to the relationship?
How does this differ from the way you each behave in your marriage?
What are the top three things you each gave up to be in your marriage?
How have you grieved these losses?
What joys have made this a worthwhile tradeoff?
Can love heal disappointments and losses from your childhood or adult life?
How do you get relief from old loss and grief that can sabotage love
and marriage without you even knowing it?
What two new things can each of you do now to make each other feel loved
and lovable in your relationship?
Will you each schedule them in your datebook?
Will you do something new to get new results you desire in life and love?
Get all the happy sexy love you desire in your relationship,