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5 Important Things For a New Relationship

A friend of ours told us a wonderful story of how she found her partner. Rita decided she was ready to enter a relationship. She’d had a number of them in her life, but then it seemed for a long time nothing happened and no one came along.

She decided it was time to take the situation into her own hands and become active in creating what she wanted. First she would psych herself up for this life change. She threw all her undergarments away and bought new ones and cleaned and reorganized her bedroom, making space where none had been. She set up a little nest that was welcoming of someone and something new entering.

To read the rest of Rita's story and find out what will lead to success, click here.

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In this week's blog, we wrote about 5 important things for a new relationship. Here are some more suggestions for establishing a successful one.

Don't Start A New Relationship Until You've Done These 4 Things "... Over the next few years, I attended support groups and coaching sessions, shed tears over past choices, spent nights reading personal growth books, and tried to make sense of the madness of this new frontier. At some point, I realized I was done. I had faced my demons. And while my past would always be a part of me, I was truly ready to move forward. Here are most important lessons I learned about finding true, lasting love:"

What Research Tells Us About the Most Successful Relationships "While a perfect relationship might be beyond the grasp of science, studies on what makes a relationship successful are everywhere. Over the years, these studies have come up with some trends that help us better understand what sets a long lasting relationship apart from one that ends quickly."

5 Steps to Take Before Starting a New Relationship "Forget “The Rules." Stop believing “He’s just not into you." In fact, skip all the self-help confusion that instructs you on how to morph yourself into the perfect match for Mr. (or Ms.) Right. People who are genuinely happy with their romantic choices spend more energy working on their own self-development than on appearing a certain way to attract love. Instead of focusing on playing the game to entice a partner, put your focus on these five principles and, over time, the right match for you will present itself:"

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Phil and Maude
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