How many times have you felt misunderstood in some way by your spouse or relationship partner? Whenever these moments came up did you ever second guess yourself as to the way you acted…or did you feel you did all you could, but for some reason feel this person doesn’t completely understand you?
Did this leave you wondering if it’s “them” or “you”, along with if the relationship will ever work out?
In this podcast episode Chaney discusses the most important factors (a few of which most people are completely aware of) that are involved in what it takes to “get” each other in order to have a caring, loving, and long term relationship.
- The importance of having a DEEP connection with someone and how this is involved with the people that “get” you.
- What it means to have a DEEP connection with someone…and why it’s different than just having a “typical” connection with someone.
- Why two people stay together in a relationship versus why two people don’t stay together in a relationship
- What to look for in seeing if you have a DEEP connection with someone (and who you don’t have it with).
- Why a DEEP connection (not just an ordinary connection) is necessary when it comes to someone “getting” you.
- How the only way you can have a DEEP connection with someone is if they also have it with you.
- How unspoken communication is involved (and vital) with the people that “get” and care about you.
- Why people who have an “off” and “on” relationship with each other do NOT have a DEEP connection with each other (and how this determines if the relationship will last).
- How what you DON’T see on the outside determines what you DO see on the outside in a relationship.
- What it takes (and is involved) in you knowing that your relationship will not result in a break up.
- One of the top 2 reasons why relationships fail (and it’s something that people violate almost all of the time in a relationship).
- What a one-sided relationship is versus a two-sided relationship (and which one results in a caring, loving relationship).
- How the similarities and differences of two people in a relationship work together in having (and maintaining) a caring, loving, and long term relationship.
- What it takes to NOT give up who each of you are in a relationship (while also reducing conflict).
- How to eliminate the need to be “right” in a relationship.