Four Cs Of Wonderful Relationships
I believe there are 4 essentials represented by 4 Cs that need to be provided so as to have a relationship which is next to being perfect. I refer to the 4 necessities as the “Pillars of Perfection,” which are the foundational cornerstones that underpin each great, lasting relationship the world has ever known. They show the greatness of a relationship and are the elements that create a happy, healthy, long-lasting sort of partnership in life.
The First of the four Cs is caring: Both parties in a thriving relationship have to care. Care needs to be excised by both of the partners in a thriving relationship for both themselves, and the relationship as a third party and separate entity. This is due to the fact an individual tends to work only on things they sincerely care about. Thus the first pillar of a great relationship is caring.
Commitment is the second C: one must have the willingness to be committed forever. In circumstances that are bad or good, hell or heaven, war or peace, one should be willing to get on up and fight for one another; act like a good friend. Dedication to the relationship by the two of you is advised so as to create a life and way of life which suits you both and then do everything that takes to maintain the relationship as you live together. Commitment is therefore the second pillar of a great relationship.
The third “C” for a great relationship is communication: Our own hopes, thoughts, ideas, and fears are passed across to our partners by communication. It is through communication that our partners get to know our expectations, wants, needs, desires, or longings in the relationships. One must have the willingness of talking and communicating truthfully and openly about his expectations so as to maintain a lengthy, happy and healthy relationship.
The fourth “C” is Compromise: “One needs to give if he wants to receive” are the fateful words that were spoken by John Michael Montgomery, They’re in the Bible and everybody in the world speaks of them. Any relationship has a give and take condition and issues arise if one person is giving more than taking (or taking more than giving). For one to avoid this, he must have the willingness to compromise so as to create a harmonic balance within the relationship.Thus the fourth pillar of perfection is compromise in great relationships.
Reflect if your relationship lacks 1 or 2 of the 4 Cs? Then the time is now to start work on building those pillars which are lacking your relationship. Why now? Since tomorrow might be so late, and you would not like missing out on having the ability to look back on 50, 60, 70 years or more of contented togetherness. I would not be willing to trade that for anything in the world. So, forget more of the task concerned, and just be happy you’ve got the ability of putting in the time and effort now to make sure your relationship lasts, endures forever and stands the tests of time.