When Karin Denison was in her early 20s, it seemed that all her peers were coupling up and planning to live happily ever after.
The number of parents living together but not married has tripled.Relationships are inevitable, everyone we meet or connect with in some way, is a relationship — and how we interact, respond and react has a great deal to say about our well-being in life. If you feel truly comfortable in your skin, the good/bad/ugly then there’s a good chance you’ll be comfortable in relationships with most other people.If we go through life mostly irritated by people, or feeling we’re always walked on or taken advantage of, (“I’m such a giver, people are always taking advantage of me”) then the chances of being happy, with ourselves and our life is pretty slim. Once you know truly who and how you are, being in any relationship with another person becomes simpler. v=p9Cm3w IZjz4Step 1 — Know and live your values Step 2 — Know and live your priorities Step 3 — What are the key 4 or 5 needs for you in all relationships Step 4 — What would you like to have in all your relationships?Or if you prefer, we can think of it like wine tasting.Different flavors, different vintages, all good, but not everyone to your taste. (list the 5 or 6 key values you hold in life) Do you actually live your values?