His influence is profound.
If you were a fan of the TV show The Office, you’ve seen a fictional version of this in action. By the end of the series, Jim and Pam were married and had kids. But they started as friends, and Pam was engaged to one of the guys who worked in the warehouse.
Pam was the receptionist back then, though she dreamed of a career in graphic design.
But her former fiancé wasn’t supportive of her artistic interests. He wasn’t invested in planning (or even setting a date for) the wedding, either. In fact, Pam was more of an accessory in his life than a focal point.
And it showed. She didn’t pursue any of her dreams. Her boyfriend was a HUGE factor.
The people you surround yourself with can raise you up or pull you down. In fact, recent research shows that even the person you sit next to at work can affect your performance!
Think about how much more significant your partner is.
You need a man who fits with the rest of your life. I’m talking about romance that aligns with everything else that matters to you.
If you can find alignment in the three areas below, you’ll be happier, healthier, and much more likely to have the kind of love you want.
This is the stuff of lasting romance…