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How to Be an Adult in Relationships

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David Richo

For a relationship to flourish, there are five principles to consider. In other words, as long as we get attention, acceptance, appreciation, affection, and allowance to be who we are, we feel loved. If we give and receive these five A's, we can build stronger, more meaningful relationships, which may even transform the world for the better. Let your anger out in a healthy manner. We deserve the freedom to show our anger as long as it doesn't harm others. For example, in the event of an argument between you and your loved one, leave the room. Say "No!" several times as you walk around outside. You may also walk along to the beat of a sentence explaining why you are angry, such as "Stop being aggressive with me!" Doing this will help you calm down and talk to your partner more clearly afterward.

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In How to Be an Adult in Relationships, the author provides an essential guide to building healthy relationships. The book focuses on learning to love and being more receptive to love for the benefit of ourselves and others. Following Buddhist principles of mindfulness, David Richo discusses the five fundamentals of mindful affection and how to apply them in relationships.

Book summary

For a relationship to flourish, there are five principles to consider. In other words, as long as we get attention, acceptance, appreciation, affection, and allowance to be who we are, we feel loved. If we give and receive these five A's, we can build stronger, more meaningful relationships, which may even transform the world for the better. Let your anger out in a healthy manner. We deserve the freedom to show our anger as long as it doesn't harm others. For example, in the event of an argument between you and your loved one, leave the room. Say "No!" several times as you walk around outside. You may also walk along to the beat of a sentence explaining why you are angry, such as "Stop being aggressive with me!" Doing this will help you calm down and talk to your partner more clearly afterward.

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We can carry emotional wounds from childhood that can impact our relationships.

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Resolving our problems requires first paying attention to them and then letting them go.

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If we learn to value and care for ourselves, we can build fulfilling relationships.

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You and your partner will have a stronger relationship if you overcome your fears.

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We learn to love the world by loving a person.

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