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The “coronavirus outbreak” has led  to big changes in the way we live our everyday lives. Our relationships are hugely important to us just, at a time when they are being placed under the most intense pressure. Relationships are not built on the expectation that you’ll be spending all day, every day with that person.

If you’re both still working from home, with nowhere to go in the evenings, there’s a chance you may experience some friction. Perhaps it’s happening already? 

To add to this, relationships with close and wider family members have been impacted by the pandemic. The constant changing restrictions and guidance on what you can and can’t do, it’s easy to feel frustrated, angry and confused. At times you may not agree with family members with regards to their choices and they yours. Just take a deep breath and allow people to have their freedom even if you don’t agree with their choices. 

All this is perfectly normal, particularly given the increased stress we’re all under right now. But, as we could be in this predicament for a while yet, it’s worth taking some steps to ensure we get through this period with our relationships intact. We may even come out the other side stronger!

Give these strategies a go:

1. Create the love with your differences

Write a list of the positive differences between you. This can help you begin to appreciate each other again.

2. No criticisms/No put downs.     

When niggles arise between you, or one is criticising the other, say something silly. Your partner will be so taken aback, it will throw them, and may even make them laugh. But, most importantly, it will break any tension.

3. Cuddle Time

Find time in the day, just for this, with no further expectation.

4. Allow the Dreams

Encourage your partner to fulfil their dreams and ask them to allow you to achieve yours, too. When you both feel free, you will both be happy.

5. Discuss Rather Than Argue

Turn irritating comments into humour – see the situation as a cartoon so that you can laugh at it.

6. Learn To Listen

Make a conscious effort to really listen to what your partner has to say.

7. Love What Is Actually Real

Don’t set up your partner to fail by having expectations of them which are too high.

How Hypnotherapy for Relationships works

Relationship hypnosis can help you:

  • Deal with negative emotions
  • Have much improved communications with the people around you
  • Recapture those feelings of love and romance
  • Build strong relationships towards a brighter future

You too can shift the dynamics of your relationship.

To help you further, download this complimentary  Relaxation Hypnosis  Recording on my home page.

Just submit your email address and receive the complimentary download.

Enjoy a better relationship! and thank you for reading.

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