Choose Relationships That Make You Happy
Choose relationships that make you happy through language, sincerity, conversations, and interests.
There are a few things I look for in relationships and happiness is the first.
Happiness is different for many people. However, there are basic goals that we should want when having relationships with other people; language, sincerity, conversations, and interest.
The goal when maintaining or establishing friendships with those whose words and actions contribute to a positive life. Have relationships that speak positive language and are supportive. When we can have those types of people in our lives, we maintain a positive outlook. That bond comes from a good place and is long-lasting.
Having sincere people in your corner can allow us to feel safe and protected. Their consideration allows and can give a warm feeling of love. It is good to reciprocate by caring about them as well.
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Relationships are more fulfilling when you are able to have meaningful conversations. I like knowing the other person has an open mind and heart. Look for relationships with people who allow you to have an opinion.
Acceptance of another person's point of view is a true display of openness.
I am happy when I find people who value my perspective as much as their own.
Taking part in like interests with friends adds to overall happiness. Today, my relationships with others are based on how happy they make me feel. When it comes to having the same interest, try to commit to overlooking superficial traits in others and focusing on the heart. The inner attributes of a person determines their ability to have and share true happiness.
The best way to know if you choose relationships that make you happy is self-reflection. Here are three questions you can ask yourself about your relationships in terms of speaking the same language, sincerity, conversations, and interest.
1. Which of my relationships are questionable in terms of how well they are serving me?
2. How do I contribute to repairing a relationship that is damaged by hurtful words or actions?
3. What are some of the strengths I look for when building new relationships?
The ultimate goal is happiness, try and choose relationships that make you happy.