Many women get this wrong a lot of times. They focus on how things are going to start, but they never have an end goal in mind.
The biggest mistake in wars is not knowing when to end things properly. It doesn't matter how good a businessman you are, if you leave people with a sour taste in their mouth, it was bad business.
It doesn't matter how good the relationship is, if you don't have your mental boundaries, your standards are going to be predicted by how you feel about yourself.
You must have an end goal in mind. It's not just about how you want your relationship to be. Ask yourself how you want to feel.
If you don't have a targeted emotion in sight, when you feel like s*** during a relationship, you’ll think that maybe that's just how it is.
If you wrote down how you want to feel in your relationships, you won't get to the point where you get too attached and you can't let go of the guy.
You’ll look for signs of disturbance. If you notice that he is making you feel jealous from the start, then that's a prediction of what will happen in the future.
If you guys are arguing from the start, that will most likely happen in the future.
Don't let yourself believe that you can change somebody.
You've got to have an end goal in mind. Successful relationships are not judged by how they start, but by how they end.
The end is your state of mind, the emotion you’ll be feeling, and what you will or will not accept.
Write those down. Have your goals in mind so that, when things go wrong, you automatically check him.
It won't necessarily be the end of the relationship. It's a way to measure where you are.
Not doing this will cause men to lose respect for you. It means that you don't have an end in mind. You just want to be in a relationship.
When you feel that you're not feeling what you want, that's the time for you to end things.
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