One of the things I have observed over the years is that people work differently. Some can continue to do long hours of labor on a regular schedule while others may do little before suddenly bursting into an energetic explosion of work. Problems can develop when people who have different styles of working end up working together. After some initial problems, a middle ground is obtained which allows the people to work in harmony.
The same thing is true in romantic relationships. One person's inner motivations may conflict with those of a partner or potential partner. And the fact is, when a relationship breaks up, both people do suffer.
Nothing is going to change that. You will have relationships that last and others that don't. I'd like to see you have all the help you can to maintain and enhance relationships you have now, and the ones you may have in the future. That's why I think you should have a copy of SignMates.
In this book you'll learn what your inner motivations in a relationship are, and how they can conflict with the desires – both conscious and unconscious – of your partner. You will also learn about the hidden motivations of your partner that may push your buttons. The book also explains methods for overcoming these problems and why your relationship can be strong and vibrant.
This book will save hours of time for astrologers who can quickly find potential problems in a relationship (it's based on Sun Signs) and how to deal with them. It can also aid counselors of any type. With this book you can have a secret tool that can put you ahead of others in your field.
But I think this book is also important for all of you who are neither counselors nor astrologers and simply want to make your relationships better. This book will show you possible pitfalls and points of disagreement, as well as giving you strategies for overcoming them. In short, it could save your relationship.
So give your relationship a chance! Use this book.
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