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You and your partner have decided to take it to the next level by moving in together. Part of you is excited, but what should you expect from the experience and how do you prepare for this next step? Moving in with someone is more than endless hugs and movie marathons in the form of rom-coms you have planned for rainy days. This milestone in the relationship requires commitment, patience, love, understanding, mutual respect, and most importantly, common ground.
They all have a divine nature within them that reveals aspects of their personality and personality. Taking big steps, like living with someone, means that you are opening up to being supported by your partner and learning to accept who you really are, up close, personal and literally behind closed doors. It can be a beautiful shared experience when two souls come together to unify their bond through the meaning of sharing space. This transition doesn’t have to be scary.
Ms. Devina Kaur
So, we talked to Ms. Devina kaur, an inspirational speaker, radio host, producer, and self-help book author Too fat Too noisy Too ambitious for tips on things you need to know when moving in with your partner for the first time. And this is what he had to say:
1. Learning is the best medicine
Do you wash the dishes while your partner is just lazing around? Doing laundry is not your greatest skill set, but your partner seems to have a lot more skill than you. There will be times when you and your partner may disagree on certain things, perhaps there are habits that can contribute to you and your partner disagreeing. This is what the learning phase in all relationships is about.
All problems can be easily solved when communication and respect are brought to the fore. It’s not about who is wrong or right in the moment, but about empowering each other in love and understanding while giving each other the space to grow and do better. Talk it over and come to an agreement to divide up the household chores.
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2. Shared laughter
A little joke never hurt anyone. Living with someone you love and trust can be a very fun experience worthy of cherished memories. Play a game. Release your inner child with your partner and have fun sharing these good times with someone who sees the best in everything you are. Make your house a home by bringing aspects of joy, laughter and absolute happiness. Moving in with your partner may seem a bit intimidating at first, but when you put love, learning, kindness, respect, and tolerance into your shared experiences, a happy home is where all good things thrive.
Know what you want and how to get it. As women, we tend to overcompensate those around us and rarely allow ourselves to be the true version of ourselves who dismisses titles like ‘mom’, ‘career woman’ and ‘wife’. Self-knowledge means having a better understanding of yourself outside of what people expect of you. When we know ourselves, we have the power to be more than our given divine identity and less than what the world wants us to be. Self-knowledge binds you to the connection that you and your partner can have. You will be able to set boundaries for your ‘new normal’, which will allow conflicts to subside and help focus your experience on love and kindness.
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