Whatever the highest-ranking issue that your partner has symbolizes your OPPORTUNITY for a STEAMY other individuals. But, when you came along, there it was – the relationship, the chemical make up, the appeal. YOU solved her issue. If you consider factors in a broader context, when you are a solution-oriented individual, individuals want to approach to you. Often, they’ll even pursue after you because you represent greater success and entertainment to them. But now, I’m going to guess that it’s been a while since you performed your vidhigra self as a way to circumstances your partner has. Today, let that modify… What “problems” does your partner have in circumstances of nearness, passion, approval, and respect that you could be the “solution” for? What “problems” does she have around the home such as something that needs to be put together, repaired, or removed that you could be the “solution” for? What “problems” does she have with someone she knows – someone she cares about that needs something done for them that she’s not able to do – but that you could do and thereby be the “solution”? So, put appropriate attempt into these concerns and see what you come up with. If nothing comes in your ideas, then invest the most of the day properly hearing to everything your partner says and identify yourself one key issue that symbolizes an opportunity for you. But, there is a catch. You actually have to DO SOMETHING TANGIBLE AND CONCRETE. You CANNOT do what many men do…and that’s just pay attention to whatever your partner is complaining about and then spew a bunch of verbal advice at her so she can go fix her own issue. That only changes her off towards you because it reveals that you are not a solution-oriented individual – you’re just an armchair advisor – and who needs one of those? Rather, you must filter out all the “chaff” – those factors she’s just venting about because she enjoys venting about them but they don’t really mean anything to her – and attract out out those one or two items that really are needed to her – AND THEN GO DO WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO SOLVE THAT PROBLEM FOR HER. And, just so it’s
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