Have you checked the balance in your relationship account lately? We often find ourselves simply withdrawing from our relationship bank account, without taking the time to make any deposits, complete asset evaluations, or even diversify. Relationships should be about mutual pleasure and gratification, so for a healthy relationship; diversify your relationship portfolio.
It is so easy to get caught in a systematic routine: chicken on Monday, steak on Tuesday, and take-out on Friday. Our lives are built on routines; from grammar school to the workforce. Your bedroom does not always have to conform to a schedule. Adding a few new entrees to your relationship cookbook could benefit you and your partner. But remember, if you’re asked for seconds in the bedroom; relish in the feeling. Deposit those emotions into your relationship bank account and serve your partner seconds with love. Try something new during your next tryst to ensure your relationship is adequately diversified.
Imagine your reaction when you learn of a lover’s infidelity. Withdraw those feelings from your account. Allow your partner a second chance to at least explain. You don’t have to forgive and forget, but you can definitely allow them to apologize. After withdrawing your hurt, listening to their response, and evaluating your balance; decide if you’ll be closing the account. Whether you decide to grant the second chance or part ways, you’ve made your final decision after evaluating your relationship assets.
Like a bank account, your relationship will never earn any substantial interest if you maintain the original opening balance. The second, third, and continual deposits grow the account, compound emotional interest and set you up for relationship-financial success. Along the way, don’t forget to check the balance on your relationship account, balance your checkbook, and make frequent deposits.
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