We hope you have benefitted from the last class of the Relationship School and the knowledge of the six human needs.
We hope that your needs and the needs of others in relationships will be even further satisfied with the help of this class of the Relationship School!
There are many ways to satisfy one's needs!
One of the most common reasons that the two parties in a partner relationship begin to drift apart, and lose the intimacy and joy, is the inability to satisfy each others needs. We have previously written about the six basic human needs for certainty, uncertainty, significance, connection / love, personal growth and contribution.
It easily happens that we take our refuge in other sources for the gratification of these needs if we feel that we do not get them met in our relationship. It may be, for example, to instead get the met through the children, by spending more time on the job, getting a lover, watching TV etc.
A common failure is that we are trying to satisfy our partners' needs in the same way that we would like to have our own needs satisfied, instead of learning how our partners wishes to have them satisfied.
In order to get out of a downward spiral in which we drift apart from each other, we need to dedicate ourselves to figuring out the different ways in which our partner wants her or his six human needs met. Followed by our selfless action towards the fulfillment of those needs and in those ways.
Article: And where do you satisfy your needs?
In the article in this class, we continue on the previously established path of the six basic human needs. Let's see how these can affect the dynamics of a relationship. The article can be found via the link below as usual. If you can not click on the link, you can also copy and paste it into your favourite browser.
As always, you can also download the text so that you can print it or read it in the comfort of your own computer.
'Home is the place where boys and girls first learn how to limit their wishes, abide by rules, and consider the rights and needs of others. "
'What the world really needs is more love and less paper work.'
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