It’s crucial to understand your partner may be trying to show you they are committed, and you may just not be seeing it. Your partner’s level of commitment and your opinion or observation of their commitment could easily be two different things.
Showing commitment in a variety of ways can help confirm your commitment, whether it is formally spoken or not.
Consider commitments you have to your partner:
- Which commitments have you verbalised and which commitments are unspoken?
- Have you ever questioned your partner’s commitment to you or your relationship?
- What situations cause you to question commitment?
- How do you address this when it comes up?
- Is it easier to be committed in a happy relationship or is it easier to be happy if you are in a committed relationship?
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