The Architecture of a Relationship

 
 

I’ve been talking to a lot of people about relationships. Most single people want a relationship, and most partnered people are committed to the one they’re in. But single or attached, most people don’t have a clear definition of what a relationship is. 

Isn’t that interesting? 

It’s central to our lives, but we can’t really define it. 

People have strategic plans at work, blueprints for kitchen renovations, retirement accounts, but can’t necessarily define the entity they’re in, or they most desire. 
That’s interesting. 

So I thought I’d put some Dating & Meditating takeaways from into a bit of a relationship blueprint that could be a starting point for our conversation -- with of course the ladies speaking first. 

Take a look and feel free to leave a comment and share your thoughts on: 

 The Architecture of a Relationship 

1. A relationship is a third, clearly defined entity.
2. It's co-created and co-maintained.
3. It comes first. 
4. It creates experiences and possibilities you can’t have alone. 
5. It doesn't make you happy. It combines your individual happiness into collective fulfillment that's larger than the sum of its parts.
6. It’s anchored in the feminine. Men take care of women, and women take care of everyone. This is the natural human circuit..


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On Tuesday July 23rd we talked about
The Architecture of a Relationship

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