Happy relationship – How to choose the right partner

Should you better chose a risk-taker or risk-minimizer?

Businessman with an umbrella over the precipiceBy Julia Noyel

You wanna have a happy long-term relationship? What kind of partner should you chose ? A risk-taker or risk-minimizer? Committing entirely to one single partner involves a huge risk! The risk of giving away our hearts and being hurt, abandoned and entirely seen. Therefore a lot of us, especially if we have had some bad past experiences decide never to entirely commit to one single partner again. We use the love-portfolio theory in order to disperse the risk of being hurt. However does this work in order to build a long-term relationship?

By never investing our emotional & sexual energy, our spare time and finance in one single partner we we keep a wall between our partner and us. In this way we protect ourselves in case of hurt and separation. However, if you want a long-lasting and deep relationship with a partner, it is crucial to  check if your partner is rather a risk-taker or a risk minimizer. While the risk taker is ready to invest entirely in you (sexually, emotionally, financially, time..etc.), willing to take the risk of being hurt and to work through any problems, the risk minimizer will always keep a distance to you, never commit entirely. He or she will invest in different people regarding sex, emotions, communication, passion, his or her spare time  and will leave you frustrated and with a feeling of loneliness.

In my training  program ‘How to find the man of your life’, you will learn

  • why you are still single!
  • why you accumulate failures in your love life!
  • how to attract the right partner and avoid toxic men!
  • how to remove barriers and choose the right partner!
  • how to communicate to be heard by a man!
  • how to be authentic without playing games!
  • how to get a man to commit!
  • how and why a man withdraws!
  • how not be obsessed and do not chase a man.

More…

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