Commonly there is an unevenness to the balance of love. One partner often loves the other more, recreating the story of the insecure anxious and the avoidant, “the lover and the beloved” or “the teacher and the student”. Uneven relationships often have a yo-yo or push-pull dynamic, where one partner is constantly running away and the other is trying to close the gap. It is best (though difficult) to find a balance where each partner loves the other the same amount so that neither is creating or closing distance.
In this lesson, we look at the 5th breakthrough where you forget to measure how much love you are receiving from your partner and do something else instead. In an extraordinary relationship, one's focus isn't on who loves who more, but on something else entirely. Explore what that is and what you want to be measuring instead.
Focus on how you give love and share in the comments one key way giving your love impacts your partner positively?
“You know you are in love when you don’t want to fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams."
- Dr. Suess
REFLECTION QUESTION | Answer the question(s) below
How does giving your love impact your partner?