What makes a relationship work?
Well, it’s been a while since I’ve been in a serious relationship myself but I recognise great advice when I hear it. That’s why I’m going to refer you to a man called Benjamin Smythe who can tell you exactly why and how his relationship works.
His explanation is deeply insightful, strikingly clear, and refreshingly different:
Just to recap:
1) No expectations. Expectations are painful for the one who expects, and only serve to obscure the true seeing of the other. In the absence of expectation you can see the true beauty of your partner.
2) Mutual self-interest. Sharing the joy of authentic mutual interest without ever pretending to be interested in anything that you’re not. Consequently, the relationship only ever takes place where both parties want to be. No one person needs the other to serve their own interests exclusively, or to sacrifice to serve the others interests exclusively.
3) Physical enjoyment of each others bodies. Not just sex, but appreciation, enjoyment and affection. Mutually satisfying experiences of the body.
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That was brilliant, and I totally agree, and I’m shocked this doesn’t have more comments. Benjamin’s got a good vibe.
Thanks for sharing! 🙂