All healthy relationships have the following components at their core. Respect, trust, and mutual affection.
All these three qualities of a relationship make up the foundation of the relationship. And just like a foundation of a building, if one component fails, the others soon follow suit.
For example, if your partner begins to withhold affection in your relationship, it will likely lead to an erosion of trust. You might wonder why the sudden change. Are they eyeing or even seeing someone else? Is there someone at work or at their gym?
This erosion of trust can slowly lead both of you to lose respect for one another: your partner becomes uncomfortable with all the second-guessing and starts to doubt your interest in them and the relationship.
Every relationship, at some point, is bound to run into problems with one or more of these core components.
In this week’s meeting, we are going to discuss these components and how they make or break our relationships.
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Our Weekly meetings are held on Tuesday nights (a minimum of 48 weeks per year) 6 - 8 pm via Zoom. They are split into two parts, the check-ins, followed by the presentation and discussion on the topic of the night.
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