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TMHS 176: 5 Keys To An Amazing Relationship – With Anne Stevenson

There’s a wonderful quote from Carl Jung that says, “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.”

Our deepest relationships transform us. And which direction that chemical reaction goes can make all of the difference in the world. You can end up with a beautiful reaction that breathes life into everyone who’s around it, or a not-so-good reaction that can smother everyone in the room. The thing is, we don’t have to sit idly by and just hope that things will mix well together. We can actually uncover which things work great together, and put them into action for ourselves!

There will be nothing that impacts your life more than the quality of your most intimate relationship. Becoming a great “relationship chemist” will bring you more health, happiness, and success than you can even imagine.

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • What the #1 most influential thing on your health actually is.
  • What’s instinctual in a relationship and what’s not.
  • What the 6 core human needs are.
  • Why it’s important to find your partner’s #1 driving force.
  • Why “you should just know” is a huge mistake in relationships.
  • How curiosity can be healing for a relationship.
  • Why modeling is critical to relationship success.
  • Why compromising with your partner might not be the best idea.
  • The importance of dating and how to ensure you have 1-on-1 time.
  • How personal development plays a crucial role in development as a couple.
  • What to do when you feel like your partner isn’t with you on your ideas.
  • Why acknowledgement plays a critical role in the evolution of relationships.
  • How health & fitness tie into a healthy, thriving relationship.
  • What the 2 most important words in a relationship are.
  • How to immediately find common ground when you’re in an argument with your partner.
  • How to turn your relationship irritations into admirations.

Items mentioned in this episode include:

Onnit Labs

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  • Kirsten Mancosky
    21 Sep 2016, 10:06 pm

    This episode #176 is one of my favorites to date! Your advice of “growing with the person” is one of the most important points in a relationship that I could not agree with more. In recent years I have even developed a metaphor for how couples might grow, whether it be as bushes, trees, or vines.
    –People can grow as bushes: they grow into each other but not up, as in the couple becomes so infatuated with one another but they do not improve each other as beings.
    –People can grow as trees: each of them is growing upward– expanding/improving oneself– with the other person, whether it be at the same or a different rate, and yet they are still two separate trees and have not combined their lives.
    –And people can also grow as vines: each person starts separately but then becomes intertwined with the other person while also consistently growing up and out. Essentially, the vines represent a flourishing relationship.

    Just thought I would share my reflection and admiration of this episode and maybe, just maybe, influence your thinking as well. Thank you for your endless high-quality information!

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