Living together means sharing, yes? IT means asking for help when you need it too. Know why? When you fail to ask for help you may feel angry and resentful you are getting what you need.
The things is, your partner cannot read your mind.
what to do?
Watching dementia steal away my Mom’s last five years of life compels me to let you know
Are you concerned about brain health? Or, of one day not recognizing your partner or closest friend? The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Summit starts on July 25th, and tens of thousands will learn from the expert wisdom so important to preventing, slowing and even reversing Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Will you be there?
Did you know?
• Every 3 seconds someone gets diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia
• Dementia starts in the brain 30 to 50 years before symptoms appear
• Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death
• The average burden on families dealing with late-stage dementia is $300,000
• 46+ million people are losing their minds (this will double every 20 years)
• The “silent epidemic” of early-onset dementia is on the rise
When you were a kid you started certain behavior patterns to get by and to create relationships. NOW, as an adult, do those same actions support or destroy your marriage? In Today’s Take Action Tuesday Challenge you will reveal what you are doing – and probably do not even know that you do it.
As human beings we live as social animals thriving in relationships with others. Whether those relationships simply encompass people who we meet in passing, clerks in the store, family, friends, or colleagues, makes no difference. AND our well being happens when we have at least one special relationship.
How is your relationship going, your romantic relationship with your partner?
In the award=winning song, People, a highlight of the 1964 Broadway musical Funny Girl (music by Jules Styne and lyrics by Bob Merrill) the lesson expounded simply states that “People who need people are the luckiest people in the world.”
Science tells us that people in successful relationships are healthier, happier and live longer. So I have an important question for you, “Who is the most important one in your life?”
Watch the video to discover the one and only person who MUST be #1 in your world. After all, you want to save your marriage and improve your relationship. Remember even a good relationship can still get better!
Do the Take Action Tuesday Challenge and allow us to celebrate that person with you.
Stop limiting the behaviors you accept in your partner and watch your relationship heal and light up in ways you never imagined. Ah ha, and therein lies the secret – acceptance allows in behaviors you never imagined possible.
Remember to share this info and make a difference for yourself, your partner and your friends.
This one habit you do not even know you do is destroying your marriage. Stop limiting the behaviors you expect from your partner. Focus on the love you feel for your partner instead and watch your relationship heal and light up in ways you never imagined.