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In previous articles, we have suggested that as human beings we have six different needs. That both parties in a relationship have their six human needs satisfied in the relationship is the basis for the relationship to grow and thrive. If you feel unsure about what the six needs mean more in detail, we recommend that you go back and read the previous article from class number 8 of the Relationship School in order for you to get the most from this article.

It can often be the case that one or more of the needs do not become satisfied inside the relationship. It is common to think it can be difficult and tedious to deal with the problem, often you do not know what to do and think you have tried everything. Maybe your partner does not give you the feeling of certainty or security that you feel you need or you do not feel really important to your partner. It can result in one or both partners in the relationship finding other ways to satisfy these needs, such as through friends, siblings, parents, food, smoking, jobs, hobbies, watching TV, courses, non-profit organisations, pets or children.

The fourth need really has two dimensions, connection and love. A common occurrence is that after a period of time has we settle for merely having the need for connection satisfied in the relationship, while we find other ways, such as through the children or relatives.

It's not only about you having your needs met in the relationship and not at work or with friends. It is about getting all your needs met in a relationship so that it grows. If one need is not satisfied or to very little extent, it's not a relationship that will grow and become more and more intimate. Which of your needs do you tend to satisfy outside your relationship?

What needs does your partner satisfy outside your relationship? What do you feel when your partner goes outside the relationship, for example to feel important and needed? How does your partner react when you look outside the relationship to get any of your needs met? What can you do to change the pattern and begin to satisfy that need together with your partner? How can you help your partner to satisfy your needs?

In this article, and in future articles we will talk about various features and characteristics of masculine and feminine energy. One example is that masculine energy grows with challenge, feminine energy grows with attention. It is important to make clear that as we see it, it might just as well be a woman that represent the masculine energy in the relationship if that is her true self or core, and vice versa a man can represent the most feminine energy.

The most common is undoubtedly that in a relationship the man at his core is the one with the most masculine energy, and the woman has the most of the feminine energy.

To simplify the reading and writing of these texts, we will sometimes refer to men or women, instead of always writing "a person with masculine energy" or "a person with feminine energy".

For example in the section below. A man who does not feel that he can make his woman happy is rarely completely happy himself. Men like to feel that they are taking care of their family and that everyone is doing well there.

If not, and he feels unable to find any solution to how he can make them feel good, he tends to react in one of three ways. Way number two means to become "pleaser", meaning a man who does everything for his woman to be satisfied to the point that he loses his masculine position and his own will. A third common way is that he pulls away, not sharing what he feels, and blames various factors for doing this such as the need to raise money for the family to live well and therefore needing to work late a lot.

We women need to be helping the man to understand what it is we need to be happy. Here you have to be extremely clear, if the message is not understood, be even clearer and try to show it in a different way. One way might be to draw parallels and parables with something he knows well, such as how he takes care of the car.

Women have a great need to be acknowledged and we'd love to be that just when the man thinks it is hardest to do it. Earlier my partner prioritized focus on what he was doing before to acknowledging and appreciating me, he thought it was hard when I came to him and wanted to hug or talk while he was sitting at the computer.

This led to me after a while doing the same thing back to hime and so a downward spiral got started. To actually lift the relationship to a higher level, both parties need to whole heartedly get into the relationship and cut ties to that which satisfies their needs outside the relationship. This is not saying that we should never satisfy any needs outside the relationship, but if we do it as an escape it is does exits or drains that we need to shut off.

Here it is important to be honest, both with yourself and with your partner. The questions that we gave examples of above can be a good basis for such honesty. Without honesty about how much you feel that your needs are satisfied and how much you satisfy of your partner's needs, you can not achieve a powerful and lasting change.

One such change can be to stop complaining about the relationship to friends and family and instead bring it up in the relationship wth your partner. It could also be to not prioritize work before the relationship.

It may be to focus on your partner before the kids and make him or her to feel like number one, for example, by teaching your children not to interrupt when you talk. It is important that none of you are threatening to leave the relationship if there is no change, and alo that you do not use weapons such as blaming, downtalking or making fun of each other in front of others.

Rather that you truly decide to take this relationship to the next level together. Set a date six months forward where you will pause to assess how the relationship has changed and if it is so that you both feel satisfied and if not, what you are going to change next.

The good thing about setting a date is that it is then easier not to start evaluating as you go and instead really giving everything during this time period and then pause to evaluate. Of course you should talk regularly about how you feel in the relationship and give each other feedback, argue, etc, but do not start thinking about whether you want to stay in the relationship or not. Choose to be fully present in the relationship every day. Promise each other for example that whatever happens you willl make your partner feel like they are the most important thing in you life or make them feel more loved than you ever did before.

The important thing is that you promise something that the other partner values most and that he or she misses the most in the current situation. Repeat this promise regularly so that you and your partner are reminded what the meaning of your relationship is. After I learned about the six different needs and, above all on how we can satisfy them within or outside the relationship, it was repeatedly clear to me how I had a habitual pattern that I took resort to when felt that I was unable to reach through fully to my partner and did not feel that I had my needs met.

Then it easily happened that I took refuge in for example projects such as working on the computer, where I felt sure I could get results certainty , where there were problems to solve uncertainty and where I felt I was skilled and competent significant. I also felt a lot of contact with myself connection and often the problems also provided me with the opportunity to grow.

At least five of my needs were then met to a large extent. Of course it felt good to escape there instead of working on that which felt more difficult, i. As someone said, there is nowhere where we can feel so vulnerable and afraid as in an intimate relationship.

Also there is nowhere else where we can be so deeply satisfied and happy as human beings. Now that I have come to realize the above problems and succeeded in making a change to instead prioritize working inside relationship instead of outside it, I can report that although it still means challenges to deal with in my and my partner's relationship, life "on the other side" is fantastic. Sometimes we miss the obvious, often we see the world through lenses colored by our own personality, our preferences, our own experience.

When it comes to satisfying your partner's needs, the aim is to do it in a way that he or she wants them satisfied. It may sound trite, simple, but lets repeat it one more time for it is a common trench to drive into in our relationships; in order to fully satisfy your partner's needs you need to satisfy them in his or her way.

Say that you realize that your partner has a need to feel significant. Great, you think, I feel significant when someone lets me finish me sentences without interrupting me. Problems arise when your partner, whose needs it is all about, might feel significant to others when others interrupt them, adding their own thoughts, being active.

If you then, with the best of intentions, let your partner talk and finish all of his or her sentences you miss the target of your partner's needs with a mile, to say the least. Become a detective, a Sherlock Holmes or relationships. Devote your creativity, your energy and your attention to figuring out your partner's needs and, above all, make it your main mission to figure out in what different ways you can best satisfy his or her needs. Do it and do it for some time without holding the bill, or keeping track, regarding whether your partner does the same for you or not.

Do it because you love your partner, become a master detective for his or her sake. Find the ways, put them into use and witness your relationship changing dynamically to levels you previously thought were not possible. We can also warmly recommend participating in Tony's trainings. He has lots of great resources for your relationship as well. Use the questions in the second section of this article, headlined "Important Questions". Answer them yourself in writing. If you currently live in a relationship use that relationship as the basis for your answers.

If you do not live in a relationship today, take any previous relationship and see if you can see patterns in it that you can learn from to create better mutual satisfaction in your next relationship. If you live in a relationship now, ask your partner to also read the previous article if necessary, and then this article. Then ask him or her to also answer the questions.

Then share your answers with each other and see what you can learn from it. Do you find this useful? If so, please share using the services below so it can help others too:.

To refresh your memory, so the six needs are, the need for: Within or outside the relationship It can often be the case that one or more of the needs do not become satisfied inside the relationship. The difference between connection and love The fourth need really has two dimensions, connection and love. A relaitonship that grows It's not only about you having your needs met in the relationship and not at work or with friends.

Important questions Which of your needs do you tend to satisfy outside your relationship? Masculine and feminine, men and women In this article, and in future articles we will talk about various features and characteristics of masculine and feminine energy. How it often is The most common is undoubtedly that in a relationship the man at his core is the one with the most masculine energy, and the woman has the most of the feminine energy.

For the sake of simplifying To simplify the reading and writing of these texts, we will sometimes refer to men or women, instead of always writing "a person with masculine energy" or "a person with feminine energy". Examples of problems when a man is unable to meet his woman's needs A man who does not feel that he can make his woman happy is rarely completely happy himself.

The three ways of reacting Either by anger and frustration which often affects the rest of the family. Show how he can acknowledge and appreciate you, and explain that it is important to you.

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Needs are intimately linked to our true essence, and that is the reason we must be able to identify them in order to resolve them. But since we, as humans, are a little complicated sometimes, we will make sure to cut off certain parts of the cycle of satisfying our needs. There are many ways of not completing this cycle , and all of them have to do with resistance and fears which stop us from doing what we truly need to do.

That is how complex we are as human beings. And there are ethics and a morality which underlie in a great part of our culture that we cannot ignore either. We must manage ourselves in that balance , without fooling ourselves.

Knowing when we are slowing down for one reason or another. It is an interesting way of listening to ourselves with complete honesty. And also of seeing how our decisions are influenced by many different reasons.

Reasons that, as I was saying before, might go from pure animal instinct to a cultural motive. The cycle of the satisfaction of necessities is composed of 7 continuous stages: This first stage is the perception of an unbalance. An example of this could be when our stomachs make sounds out of hunger, or simply when we feel a strange sensation which alerts us, so we keep an eye on it. When we become aware of that sensation, we identify our necessity.

Following the previous example, I become aware of the noises my stomach is making, and therefore I know I am hungry. My stomach was making noises, because I am hungry.

Or setting another example, we realize we feel alone, and we need contact with one of our loved ones…. Once I have identified and become aware of my need, I can move on to the next step. What needs does your partner satisfy outside your relationship? What do you feel when your partner goes outside the relationship, for example to feel important and needed?

How does your partner react when you look outside the relationship to get any of your needs met? What can you do to change the pattern and begin to satisfy that need together with your partner? How can you help your partner to satisfy your needs? In this article, and in future articles we will talk about various features and characteristics of masculine and feminine energy. One example is that masculine energy grows with challenge, feminine energy grows with attention.

It is important to make clear that as we see it, it might just as well be a woman that represent the masculine energy in the relationship if that is her true self or core, and vice versa a man can represent the most feminine energy.

The most common is undoubtedly that in a relationship the man at his core is the one with the most masculine energy, and the woman has the most of the feminine energy. To simplify the reading and writing of these texts, we will sometimes refer to men or women, instead of always writing "a person with masculine energy" or "a person with feminine energy".

For example in the section below. A man who does not feel that he can make his woman happy is rarely completely happy himself. Men like to feel that they are taking care of their family and that everyone is doing well there.

If not, and he feels unable to find any solution to how he can make them feel good, he tends to react in one of three ways. Way number two means to become "pleaser", meaning a man who does everything for his woman to be satisfied to the point that he loses his masculine position and his own will.

A third common way is that he pulls away, not sharing what he feels, and blames various factors for doing this such as the need to raise money for the family to live well and therefore needing to work late a lot. We women need to be helping the man to understand what it is we need to be happy. Here you have to be extremely clear, if the message is not understood, be even clearer and try to show it in a different way. One way might be to draw parallels and parables with something he knows well, such as how he takes care of the car.

Women have a great need to be acknowledged and we'd love to be that just when the man thinks it is hardest to do it. Earlier my partner prioritized focus on what he was doing before to acknowledging and appreciating me, he thought it was hard when I came to him and wanted to hug or talk while he was sitting at the computer. This led to me after a while doing the same thing back to hime and so a downward spiral got started.

To actually lift the relationship to a higher level, both parties need to whole heartedly get into the relationship and cut ties to that which satisfies their needs outside the relationship. This is not saying that we should never satisfy any needs outside the relationship, but if we do it as an escape it is does exits or drains that we need to shut off.

Here it is important to be honest, both with yourself and with your partner. The questions that we gave examples of above can be a good basis for such honesty. Without honesty about how much you feel that your needs are satisfied and how much you satisfy of your partner's needs, you can not achieve a powerful and lasting change.

One such change can be to stop complaining about the relationship to friends and family and instead bring it up in the relationship wth your partner. It could also be to not prioritize work before the relationship.

It may be to focus on your partner before the kids and make him or her to feel like number one, for example, by teaching your children not to interrupt when you talk. It is important that none of you are threatening to leave the relationship if there is no change, and alo that you do not use weapons such as blaming, downtalking or making fun of each other in front of others. We live in a world that continues to run faster with more to do.

Your nervous system starts to habituate to that pace along with all those around you. Once you begin to accept and experience your pace you can start to relax. In relaxing, you may feel anxious. This is a lifelong process. You need to start to see results. Mindfulness is a great tool to speed the development of this skill. By slowing down, you are more able to do the next skill.

Once you begin to accept your body, mind and emotional experiences you have more room to open up to being vulnerable to others.

With vulnerability you are real, you are human. Sure, some will not like you. Once you relax and open, you are ready to reach out to connect to another. If vulnerability is the key, connecting is the door. When you step through your fears to reach out to another while being present and vulnerable, you upped your game. Shifting from being passive to active by moving forward to connect has you give up some control. Sure you can connect from your hyper-persona, but you know what that will get you.

If you want more friends sooner, apply these three steps tomorrow. This is critical to the ROC formula and friendships. To the extent you feel unsafe your physiology will shift into its survival state. If you feel unsafe, there is a good chance the other person feels unsafe.

You can push your way through by denying your physical and emotional feelings. Or you could slow down to allow yourself to feel the lack of safety AS your risk to move forward towards connecting. A safe space is the fertile soil for friendship. When you slow down to connect to the kinds of friends you want you are more likely to create them. Rather than hoping, you get clear so you can create a plan. If you want friends that enjoy nature, hanging in bars may not be the place to meet them. Joining a hiking club would set you up to meet nature lovers.

With clarity comes taking a stand for what you want. Sure, a good friend is there for another when he or she is not receiving from the other. You know what I mean. When you see his caller ID, you hesitate to pick up. If you fill your life with relationships that suck you dry you will have no room for those that can nourish you. Start saying what you truly feel and want. Sometimes the truth will set one of these people free. Others speak of having good boundaries.

I say fill your boundaries with all of your feelings and wants. Be courageously authentic and the need to work on strong boundaries will be irrelevant. Those that you would want will be attracted to you. We are attracted to people who have a purpose in life. We read books and see movies about people who stand up for something that puts them at risk.

Go for more than finding your passion. Explore what you want to live and die for. The more you enjoy your own company, the more others will. The more you enjoy being by yourself the less you have misplaced needs. We instinctually and biologically, let alone psychologically, need others. I am speaking about being OK with your own company.

We are social animals; we are hungry for connection. We want to be heard and witnessed, not analyzed and lectured to.

The next time you find yourself not being heard or see yourself go into problem-solving mode, slow down. Use the ROC formula to reorient. Back away from seeing the person as a problem. Listen less for understanding and more for connection. Encourage the person to express vulnerable feelings with your actions and words. If it feels right, you may touch the person. Research proved that touch is a powerful connector that can immediately tell someone they are OK.

When a situation has intensity and possibly perceived danger we will move beyond our hesitations to reach out for help. Studies were down during the bombing of London in the Second World War. Rather than people fighting each other for the limited resources they bonded together to share. Going on a strenuous hike with another can cement a friendship. Maybe you got lost. Once you rediscover the trail, you start laughing at all the mistakes you both made.

Those mistakes become your shorthand to remind each other about the experience and how good it felt. We need predictability in our lives. In lieu of no positive rituals, our unconscious will use negative rituals.

A couple may have a date night every week. Through the week each person, rather than daydream about the last argument, can reflect on their weekly date that will be relaxing and connecting.

Plan activities with friends that bring you closer. Most would not have thought hanging with other men would be fun. They know if something tough happens, they have their group. Your ability to listen allows another to go deep into their experience. But how many people do you have that can sit with you for an hour and listen?

When you look at listening as a mental task, it looks boring. When you look at listening as emotional intimacy, it can be scary or exciting. As the person speaks, feel your response. Notice how your body responds. Notice how you are opening up. You can reflect back to the person the impact what they are saying is having on you.

When is the last time you were truly heard? I was one of them.

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