The cycle: build a long-term relationship (INTRODUCTION)

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The series of articles entitled Relationships is a journey through the different aspects of life that affect a relationship.

You will learn about the foundations of successful relationships, where the differences between partners come from, and how to improve relationships. That’s not all – the articles will be enriched with assignments and reflective questions for which there are no right or wrong answers. You will be able to reflect both on yourself, your partner, and the system you create together, i.e. the family.

Who is the series aimed at relationships?

Anyone for whom a partner relationship is important can get a lot out of this cycle. Those who have problems with their partner, as well as those who are in a happy and compatible relationship, can gain additional knowledge in this area. The relationship series is therefore for everyone curious about partnership psychology.

What will I learn in the series: relationships?

There will be a lot of knowledge, because the series will be divided into four parts, not counting the introduction.

In the first part, we will talk together about relationships, what builds them, on what basis we choose a partner, and which aspects of a partner to pay attention to. We will also look at ourselves, what we are like and what kind of person we need around us.

In the second we will focus more on factors such as bonding, attachment, and systems. We will discuss in detail the attachment styles that characterize us and our partners. We will also discover where they come from and the role of parents in all this.

We will identify the bonds that we build and try to summarise all this knowledge by creating a separate category, namely systems. Systems is a very interesting part because it focuses not on us alone, but on how we function together: me and my partner.

The third part will be more practical. Here you will be able to reflect on your relationship through tasks and questions. In this way, you will also notice a very important factor in relationships: the narrative, i.e. the way you tell stories and perceive reality.

The last part will be a summary of the whole. You will learn how to work on your relationship, how to make the right changes, and how to talk to your partner. In addition, we will also discuss how to stimulate a relationship that is in crisis and how to work on continuous development.

What is the purpose of the series: relationships?

This is a simple, yet incredibly relevant question. The purpose of the cycle is to understand yourself and your attitude in a relationship. If we can do this we will be able to understand our partner better too. This, in turn, will lead to an understanding of the whole family or relationship system. Understanding is the most important thing because when you understand everything you will know how to work on your relationship.

You have to remember that every successful relationship is about work and effort. Without these factors, our relationship can become indifferent over time, and we don’t want that to happen. The relationship cycle aims to improve the quality of all partnerships!

If you would like to experience this journey for yourself with our portal, register and take advantage of a free trial month. You will be able to use the cycle completely free of charge: relationships.

Aneta Sznicer

Aneta Sznicer

Founder of Mood & Read, HR specialist, copywriter, marketer, and soon to be psychologist. I help people achieve their goals by teaching social skills. Personally, I love playing the piano, dancing and singing. Anything to do with music helps me to find myself in reality. If you listen carefully, you will be able to hear your emotions. If you are able to hear them, you will know yourself even better and stronger. Thank you for visiting my website. It is a pleasure to get to know you.

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