How to create a trust in your relationship from the early stage. Pre-marital counseling tips


Are you open and honest about your past and present?   Are you sharing your goals for the future with your partner?    Or are you expecting that your partner will fix your problems and compensate for your shortcomings—perhaps without disclosing these expectations to him or her?    If so, you could be setting yourself up for trouble ahead.

Rule # 1 for healthy relationship start:   Rather than hiding your problems,  be honest about your hopes, expectations and even your fears.     Try not to hide these things, but try to determine if you and your partner are looking forward to the same relationship.    Develop plans with your partner and take joint responsibility for the well-being of the relationship.

If you do this much, you will not end up in a relationship with a stranger—perhaps someone who would not even be a satisfactory roommate.









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4 thoughts on “How to create a trust in your relationship from the early stage. Pre-marital counseling tips

  1. Thank you for this useful advice, I also believe in being honest about each other hopes, expectations, and fears.

    I truly feel that it prevents a lot of misunderstandings.
    Thanks again for sharing! Great reading 🙂

    1. You are welcome!
      Honesty is an important component in developing a healthy relationship. It helps with clear communication and prevents partners from growing cynical and exacerbating their flaws.

      Thank you for reading!

  2. This is some great advice. I have been married for 5 years I can say it took some time to learn this. I wish I had learned this before I was married! lol. Total and complete honesty is the way to go because it will all come out at some point anyways!

    1. So true. Unfortunately, sometimes we have to pay a high price for life lessons. Luckily, we have possibilities for learning skills from less costly steps, like counselings and self-help books.Thanks for visiting my site!

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