To make your relationship inspiring is getting it to the point of creating an effect that encourages someone. It also means to motivate, stimulate or influence. What exactly is responsible for this influence? Some of the indicators that stimulate or influence are stated below:
Sense of belonging and inclusion.
Sense of value/worth to the partner in the relationship.
Freedom of expression without fear of intimidation or fear.
Humble enough to admit wrong and take responsibility to say sorry.
It will be difficult to get to this point if it is not something you and your partner had decided to progressively work at. Getting to this point is to say that you have gotten to the point of generating an effect that inspires, motivate or influence. Inspiring doesn’t mean the relationship is void of misunderstandings. It just means you have mastered the art of resolution when such misunderstandings crop up.
Making your relationship inspiring is a function of joint continual improvement at what you do.
It is an art you and your partner have to continually work at in order to increase your love for each other. The more love you exhibit to each other, the more likely the radiance from your relationship. This radiance will subsequently determine the level of influence it will have on people around you.
However, you don’t just sit down and expect things to work out on their own accord.
You’ve got to be intentional about it!
Admit that there are differences in your personalities, mindsets and views about life. Admitting this will put a responsibility on both of you to see how to harmonize those differences.
Get together to agree on common interests and goals. Decide your destination together with God and see how each party’s role will contribute to getting to that destination.
Be willing to work as a team in such a way that you complement each other. See failure on the part of one person as a failure for both parties.
Be ready to give what it takes to make things work in your relationship.
Be humble enough to admit wrong when you get your partner angry and be quick to say sorry genuinely. You have to develop your relationship to the point where you can even say sorry when you know you are right in some instances.
Wondering why? It is called maturity.
If you are still finding it difficult to see how this will play out practically, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to take an assessment test. It will help you narrow down on those differences to work on.
Always remember, you can experience bliss in your relationship.
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