What is your love strategy? What is your partners? Do you feel totally and completely loved by your partner? Does you partner feel your love? Do your two love strategies match?

How do you know what your love strategy is? Ask yourself these three questions (and then your partner):

1. In order to feel totally and completely loved, is it necessary for my partner to show me they love me by giving me flowers and/or cards, looking at me in a certain way, and/or leave me love notes to find?

2. In order for me to feel totally and completely loved, is it necessary for my partner to tell me they love me?

3. In order for me to feel totally and completely loved, is it necessary for my partner to be physically affectionate, hold my hand, love to cuddle and be physical with me?

Is your love strategy visual, auditory, or kinesthetic? Yes, I know you would like all three and may need all three. There is one that will be more important than the other two in order for you to feel totally and completely loved. Figure out your love strategy and then your partner’s to make sure they feel loved by you.

There is more to being in a relationship, a significant-other relationship than knowing each other’s love strategy. Do you know how to make a relationship work? Are you committed to working through problems? All relationships will have them. Do you allow anyone close enough to know you?

EFT tapping (EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique) is a technique that deletes beliefs that interfere with our ability to have a successful significant-other relationship. EFT tapping is a quick, simple, and painless process that can create lasting change. Below are three EFT tapping statements to tap out.

EFT tapping statements for relationship with others:

* I don’t know how to make a relationship work.
* I am not committed to working through problems.
* I will not allow anyone close enough to know you.

 

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