31 Mind-Blowing πŸ’₯ Expert Tips πŸ€“ for Women Who do Not Want to Lose Him πŸ˜³β€οΈπŸ”œπŸ’” ...


Every woman 🚺 in love 😻 every now and then secretly worries about losing her man.

But fret not, darlings, problem solved with these ultimate one-size-fits-all guide to building 🏀 the healthiest possible relationship πŸ‘­ with you bae!

If you apply these expert tips from psychologists and certified love πŸ’œ and relationship πŸ‘¬ coaches (featured on πŸ”› yourtango.com, cosmopolitan.com, cheatsheet.com), you will no 🚫 longer need to worry 😟 about losing him.2


These experts will tell you exactly what to do to keep your man πŸ‘¦πŸ½ and enjoy the best and the most long-lasting relationship πŸ‘¬ ever.2

Let's dig in and get enlightened!

1. Create a Safe Environment Where You Can Trust and Share Openly without Fear

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Don't interrupt, even if you need to put your hand πŸ‘† over your mouth πŸ‘„ to stop βœ‹ yourself.

Learn πŸ“• to fight πŸ‘Š fairly.

No πŸ™… name calling.

Don't make threats.

Apologize when you know you should.

If you're too angry 😠 to really listen, stop!2

Go into another room, take 🎬 space 🌌 for yourself, breathe, and calm 😌 down.

Remember: your partner is not the enemy.

2. Separate the Facts from the Feelings


What beliefs and feelings get triggered in you during conflicts?

Ask yourself: Is there something from my past that is influencing how I'm seeing the situation now?

The critical question ❓ you want to ask: Is this about him or her, or is it really about me?

What's the real truth?

Once you're able to differentiate facts from feelings, you'll see your partner more clearly and be able to resolve conflicts from clarity.

3. Connect with the Different Parts of Yourself

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Each of us is not a solo instrument.

We're more like πŸ’– a choir or an orchestra 🎻 with several voices.

What is your mind saying?

What is your heart πŸ’ saying?

What is your body saying?

What is your "gut" saying?

For example: My mind is saying "definitely leave her," but my heart πŸ’œ says "I really love πŸ’› her."

Let these different voices or parts of you co-exist and speak πŸ“² to one 1️⃣ another.2

In this way, you will find an answer that comes from your whole self.

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