How Good Is Your Relationship?

By admin / March 9, 2010
By: Roseanna Leaton
Category: Relationships

Very few people prefer to live a solitary life. We are naturally inclined to seek a mate and are more comfortable and happier when in a close relationship. This is reflected in many ways, even to the extent of our health and life expectancy. People who are in a good close relationship have been shown to live a healthier life and to live longer. This is an inescapable fact.

Another unavoidable fact is that the way in which we live our lives in the current day and age would seem to make it more difficult to maintain the type of relationship we so need and desire. The relationships which remain strongest are those which are based on similar backgrounds, which of course makes good sense; if you have similar backgrounds you are more likely to have compatible habits and common interests. Yet few people remain in the environment in which they grew up; most people move away from home, be it across country or even to the other side of the world.

In an environment where separation, divorce and being a single parent has become normalized, there is less environmental "pressure" or encouragement to stay together. It has become very easy to simply walk away from a relationship.

There is less cohesion in the community in which we live and this provides a less stable environment in which to build a close relationship. Values differ from one community to another and it is easy to lose track of who you really are and what you really want and need. We are inherently adaptable, which is a very good thing, but the necessary adjustments are not always easy to make.

When you are outside of your original home environment, and away from the support of family and friends, it is easy to fall into a relationship which might not be the most appropriate for you. When you are lonely, it is easier to see what you want to see, as opposed to seeing what is really there. You can also find yourself "putting up" with behavior or circumstances which you are not totally at one with.

The often used phrase "just hanging out" describes this phenomenon. When a person says that they are "just hanging out" this is exactly what they mean. There is no commitment in this terminology; they are sitting on the fence. Often though, one party in the relationship would like to feel more stable in their relationship, but is currently turning a blind eye towards the facts which they would prefer not to confront.

In this day and age it is more important than ever to have a strong sense of self and a true feeling of inner confidence. It is only by believing in yourself and your value as a person that you will give yourself the chance to find the right relationship for you. In a small and cohesive community, it is relatively straightforward to gain a sense of self and the confidence which corresponds with this. But when you live in a bigger and more fractured community your sense of self is not so easily attained or maintained.

If you are not completely sure of who you are, or what you want, then you can use hypnosis downloads to help you get in touch with your inner feelings and to train your mind to be comfortable and confident in every way. Hypnosis is easy to learn and easy to use. It is also powerfully effective.

With hypnosis you gain access to your inner mind, your subconscious, which is the part which acts automatically and spontaneously. Simply by using hypnosis mp3 downloads you can change your habits and expectations, gain confidence and create good relationships.

Roseanna Leaton, specialist in hypnosis downloads to help create good relationships.

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