07 May Why I never compromise in my relationships!
It is a bunch of BS when people preach that “Relationships are about compromise!”
Who wants to be in a relationship if it’s always about having to compromise? I don’t and you don’t have to either. Now you can have it all your way in your life and in your relationships!!!
Oftentimes I hear people say, relationships are about compromise.
That doesn’t sound true in any form or fashion. What do you have to look forward to if you’re always compromising?
Definition of compromise
- an agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions.
- accept standards that are lower than desirable.
Is that something you want to do?
You don’t want anyone to not have what they want because that means you can’t have what you want.
If I could put myself in a couple of words – it will be love and freedom.
And when I think you lower your standards, what is that telling the universe? That you’re in a limited universe. That you’re less than. That you’re willing to settle for less.
This is my how-to on how I get what i want and how I make sure that my partner (and those around me get what they want):
I make sure it’s clear on what we both want.
Example: When Tom and I are home together on Saturdays mornings, we like to write down, “if I had it all my way…” then each of us writes our own list.
Then we come together and review the list together.
We bring them together – that’s how we don’t compromise!
What I always ask – Can we do both?
When you start compromising, all of the sudden your commitment to yourself and everything else goes by the wayside.
But when you’re committed and you’re strong and you’re powerful and you’re fully in that power, and knowing what you want and knowing where you’re headed.. there’s nothing to worry about as far as compromise. There’s nothing to worry about in your relationship. It’s a full, bountiful relationship.
So the next time you think that relationships are compromising just say, “I wonder if i have it all my way, what would it be like?”