How well you know your partner is largely dependent on the level of openness between the two of you.
Openness might not come naturally to some people. One of the reasons could be as a result of upbringing or programming from past experiences. Take a look at the following questions and see if you can relate with any one of them:
How were you raised? Exciting or not good?
Did you witness any of your parents or guardian open to his or her spouse?
Any familiar statement like; “I will tell you what you need to know” as a response to a query asking “Why didn’t you tell me this?”
Did you observe secrets between them?
This might just be part of the reasons making openness difficult for some people. The time those events were happening, you will definitely not like it. But there is a sense in which it goes into your unconscious state, progressively programmed and waiting for the right time to play out when you become an adult.
Whether we like it or yes, ? openness is a critical part of building trust. Trust is the bedrock on which effective communication and friendship build on.
Work at protecting it in order to keep the hope of experiencing bliss alive.
There is so much more to knowing your partner. For instance:
a. Do you know your partner’s love language(s)?
b. Do you know his or her personality traits?
c. What about culture compatibility?
d. How about this person’s values and views about life?
These are possible to unravel as a single person planning to get married or married, seeking better ways to enjoy bliss.
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