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Your life up until this point; the identity you live with today, is a collection of your experiences, everything you have learned and traits that you may have inherited. These two values are crucial, if you desire the components that make up a powerful partnership that carries on throughout the rest of your life.
When I coach couples, I ask very tough questions in order to expose an honesty that someone perhaps lives with, but has not yet shared. I ask difficult questions because it indicates how well a couple communicate and how well people actually understand each other. Your past reveals your motivations and it reveals your emotional triggers, so just think about how this information can elevate bliss and happiness within your relationship. Teach your partner about the person you are, educate them on your past so that together you can have a mindful future.
The beautiful thing about letting your past out, is that you let it go. And if there are problems at the very core, the effect is felt at the surface i. However, as you begin to understand each other and connect, excitement generates from exploring life as you move your relationship forward. You may fear judgment and loss as a result of the information you share, but the whole point of sharing your life with someone, is that you have someone that accepts your identity completely and vice versa.
A relationship is about the elevation of spirit; to experience nirvana and to engage you in fulfilling your purpose. All the other things that you progress into i. Lastly and most importantly, sharing your past allows you to communicate confidently. It lessens the impact of misinterpretation and allows you to remain honest and maintain trust. Nobody should try to build relationships based on lies. When I coach couples, I always encourage intimacy through dialogue by asking couples hard questions.
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