Posts Tagged ‘Family Friends’
There are several types of relationships that man today gets himself into, from the ones that are purely professional like the ones at the workplace, or with certain business acquaintances, to the more intimate ones such as those that we have with family, friends, spouses or partners. Most of them usually start out to be quite fun, and you always look forward to meeting those people, but as time goes by, your zeal to meet some of these people dies down, and I most cases this comes about after you failed to sort out an altercation that arose. Bert Tassoni has thus come to the rescue, offering tips that are sure to get the spark back to your relationship.
When it comes especially to family members that you do not see often but were once close at one time probably because you lived together, or visited each other often, most people soon realize that there are no longer at the same wavelength in terms of the conversations that you have. Bert Tassoni credits this to the not keeping in touch with one another often. Nowadays, it is so simple to keep in touch with those that are far away but dear to us through things like mobile phones and social networking, so you do not have an excuse not to talk to your mother or uncle who happen to be far away. It is good to know how people are doing, and have a meaningful conversation, or chat as is becoming common nowadays, as this would ensure that you do not lose value to each other.
Still on the point of communicating, you need to be people who are pretty candid in the way that you handle matters that arise in the relationship that need to be solved before you move forward. Bert Tassoni says that you are bound to face hurdles in a relationship because it involves the coming together of people that are totally different in terms of personality and how they carry themselves around. It never helps to shout at each other at the top of your lungs or even begin throwing insults at each other. It would also be quite dangerous to the relationship if you just decided to ignore a matter that is bothering you as in the end you will get fed up and the issue would have become bigger and much more difficult to solve. Bert Tassoni says that if you fear bringing the issues up, or see that coming up with a proper solution would turn out to be difficult, do it through an independent intermediary such as a therapist or a religious leader.
A relationship is about caring for the other people that are in the relationship, and this is shown by actions not words. Bert Tassoni says that you should act on the resolutions that you had come up with to make the situation of the relationship much better. For example, if you had said that you would spend more time together, please do so.