From Other Websites

I found this recently surf­ing the inter­net. It is old (2008) but still very per­ti­nent, like The Rela­tion­ship Saver, which is btw 9 years old this month:

Save Your Relationship

Since the Month of Love, FEBRUARY is com­ing up here is another thing I should share with you. I ran into some­thing I found for a friend who was strug­gling with their rela­tion­ship and I was tired of telling them about what I thought because what I was say­ing was not help­ful to oth­ers rela­tion­ships because I am not in their relationship.

It’s funny when you help oth­ers help them­selves by let­ting them find out on their own, you find things for your­self. I took a look of the Rela­tion­ship Saver and real­ized, it was full of ben­e­fits to me too, any­one actu­ally who wants a har­mo­nious relationship.

Look — there’s no such thing as a per­fect rela­tion­ship. Life isn’t all sun­shine and but­ter­cups. But a happy rela­tion­ship is a very real thing, and you deserve a happy, healthy rela­tion­ship. I can show you exactly how to win back your part­ner and re-ignite the pas­sion in your once happy relationship.

You remem­ber the feel­ings you shared when you first fell in love. When it was impos­si­ble to look at each other with­out smil­ing. Just spend­ing time alone together was the per­fect night. And the ani­mal attrac­tion between the two of you was white hot.

You were happy together once. And if you were happy once, you can be happy again. ” –Radomir Samardzic

I had the oppor­tu­nity to read Radomir’s e-book “The Rela­tion­ship Saver” last night and I must say that this is won­der­ful and con­cise to the T. The quotes of the very wise peo­ple included make you laugh but remem­ber because it makes log­i­cal sense. It’s a very great Script to keep in mind and use on daily bases.

The Rela­tion­ship Saver can be found at: http://www.relationshipsaver.com

E-book Includes:

  1. Indi­ca­tion behav­iors, to a pat­tern of habits for you to iden­tify and real­ize which may not be nour­ish­ing your relationship.
  2. Strate­gies to become aware of our actions and break the habit of being and liv­ing on automatic.
  3. Insight of the Rules of a Suc­cess­ful Relationship

The def­i­n­i­tion of insan­ity is doing the same thing over and over again expect­ing dif­fer­ent results” — Rita Mae Brown

Every­one has the abil­ity to achieve a won­der­ful rela­tion­ship and the read is very clear, con­cise and quick to the points with­out the sugar coated buffers other books use. At 14 pages, it can change your life and the way you want to live your life and view other rela­tion­ships. 
Remem­ber “func­tion equals beauty” in any rela­tion­ship. His infor­ma­tion is very prac­ti­cal, easy to remem­ber, and effec­tive. I know because I have real­ized that i have (many things with) the abil­ity to see things from other per­spec­tives as well. (all perspectives.)

Radomir gives a great quick strat­egy to how to float and reverse the drown­ing of any ship, espe­cially relationships.

I highly rec­om­mend this because we all tend think we know how to be but if were did, we would not keep doing the same things and get­ting the same results.

http://www.RelationshipSaver.com

http://www.GamelessRelationship.com

Posted: 12:27 p.m. EST Jan­u­ary 31, 2008 by Anne Meesriy­ong ”

 

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