Here’s why relationships based solely upon attraction and desire rarely last…
When we’re first drawn into a new relationship, the love we feel is based primarily on attraction and desire.
We fall in love with the way that person looks. With how she acts. With how he thinks. The kind of affection he or she shows.
This form of love, as sweet as it is, can be disastrous if it remains the entire foundation of the relationship.
Because this form of love can be taken from you without the slightest warning.
And for that reason you’re always on edge. Never at ease.
Constantly wondering if your relationship is still OK, or if it’s on the verge of a break-up.
And what’s worse, by living this way you both become susceptible to all manner of dark and destructive forces. Forces that include: dependency, possessiveness, impatience, hatred, sarcasm, anger, fear, cruelty, despondency, and countless others.
It’s not really a question of IF this happens, but WHEN.
It starts out in small ways at first…
- Subtle verbal jabs and put-downs.
- Disagreements that end up with giving the other person the “Silent Treatment.”
- Sudden indifference and aloofness.
- Scrutinizing his or her Facebook page for clues about other relationships.
- A reluctance to communicate openly.
But it always escalates from there, and sometimes may even include…
- Jealousy that leads to rage.
- Insisting the other person “choose or lose!”
- Lies, deception, and infidelity.
- Embarrassing public outbursts.
- Extreme demands or possessiveness.
Fortunately, there’s an altogether different kind of love. And it is this higher form of love that can work miracles in your relationships.
And that’s what you’ll learn about in Guy Finley’s groundbreaking new book, Relationship Magic: Waking Up Together.