Take it easy and pace yourselves in the relationship. Sometimes we’re in a hurry to find love so we sort of rush the process. Keep in mind, God created the heavens and the earth in six days. Now, ask yourself. Did He really have to do it that way? No. Of course not. He did it in order to teach us, the human being, that building anything great takes time. Relationships can be great. However, we can’t rush the process by expecting too much too soon. Also, it does not serve us to have unrealistic expectations. I recently wrote an article about how some of us bring our romantic movies and songs ideas into relationships. They are not reality. The reality is, the more you’re with someone, the more you will have to learn, grow, and be patient with if you want to establish and build something special.
It’s not all laughs, romance, and great sex. Building something powerful and strong takes setting boundaries and respecting the boundaries of your partner. It takes asking hard questions and not always getting the answer you want. It takes distinguishing the things you can tolerate and be patient with about the other person. These are some of the ingredients to building a powerful and loving union with another person. So, as the “Relationship Les Brown,” I advise couples and singles to practice patience in cultivating the type of relationship that is lasting and meaningful. It doesn’t just happen. It takes both people having the proper intentions towards one another and making the necessary sacrifices to weather all of the storms that will hit your union.
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