201 Relationship Questions: Build Trust And Intimacy With My New Book
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Are you married or in a committed relationship?
Do you desire a close, emotionally intimate, loving connection with your partner or spouse?
If so, creating this relationship is one of the best things you can do for your overall happiness and satisfaction in life. According to a study published in the December 2011 edition of the Journal of Happiness Studies, “Having a satisfying romantic relationship is important for retaining and increasing future life satisfaction.” Says psychologist and relationship expert Arthur Aron in an interview with Tech Insider, “The single biggest predictor of human happiness is the quality of [a person's] relationships.”
We all want a close, loving relationship and the happiness that comes from it, but creating and sustaining that connection can be really difficult. As much as we love this person, inevitably conflict, misunderstandings, and old wounds pull us apart and put a strain on the relationship.
Much of the discord in relationships stems from a lack of safe and respectful communication, where each partner is able to express their needs, fears, and desires without being judged or put down. In the heat of conflict, it's nearly impossible to show vulnerability or to listen to one another with heartfelt compassion and understanding.
That's why it's so important to create this safe space for communication before conflict occurs. One of the best ways to build a foundation of respect and understanding is through mutual questioning and listening. And that's why I've written my latest book: 201 Relationship: The Couple's Guide to Building Trust and Emotional Intimacy.
Question Your Way to An Amazing Relationship
Wouldn’t it be great to have a relationship coach on call to help you and your love partner have the most joyful, loving relationship possible? What if you had someone who knew exactly what to ask to draw out your deepest desires and help you calmly navigate areas of pain or conflict? Having a coach is wonderful, but if you know the right questions to ask one another, you can start right now building the relationship you both desire.
- What does unconditional love mean to you?
- Do I do anything to make you feel disrespected?
- How can I listen to you better so you feel completely heard?
- What should I never say to you, even in anger?
- How can I make you feel more desirable and sexy?
When you and your partner embark on a mutual questioning journey, you are committing to an intimate, satisfying, joyful life together. This journey will be enlightening, fun, and sometimes challenging — but the rewards are immeasurable, as you lay the groundwork for a lifetime of happiness together.
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I really need your help!! If you find this book useful, then I’d love a review from you on Amazon.Would you please write just a few sentences sharing what you think of the book? (Here is the link to the book on Amazon: liveboldandbloom.com/201-questions)
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201 Relationship Questions is your guide to creating a happier, healthier, sexier, and more intimate connection. Share each question, read the question prompts, invite discussion, and keep a personal journal of the changes you both want to make. Action is required, as your answers to the questions reveal exactly what you need to do to protect and strengthen your connection. Set aside sacred time together for questions each day, and keep your relationship fresh and exciting for a lifetime.