Impasse in a relationship – then what?

A relationship is a framework for activities together. A relationship is a set of rules of conduct that 2 people agree upon. A relationship is a context. Let’s say 2 people don’t talk to each other. Do they still have a relationship? Yes, a relationship is a context, not a content. Let’s say they do nothing together. Do they still have a relationship? Yes, but who cares to have a frame without a picture in it. I suppose you keep the fame to put a picture in it one day. Let’s face it: The only way you can get rid of a bad relationship is by changing the rules of that relationship. A classic example is a divorce. A separation is an impasse in the relationship, a permanent disagreement on the rules. New rules may or may not replace the old rules. The hope is always that the replacing rules work better than the old rules because they are positive in nature and promote happiness.

The main rule is to leave the past alone. You will be able to improve the rules of your new relationships if you engage your consciousness, spirituality, self-awareness, free-will, and so on. It can be done with a conscious effort. Dealing with the past is much more difficult.


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One Response to “Impasse in a relationship – then what?”

  1. Says:

    What’s up i am kavin, its my first occasion to commenting anyplace, when i read this
    paragraph i thought i could also make comment due to this brilliant piece of writing.

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