Love Les­son

Cosmopolitan (India) - - YOU, YOU, YOU -

Anand Chulani is a suc­cess coach and con­ducts mo­ti­va­tional ses­sions for peo­ple. “I strongly be­lieve that no re­la­tion­ship is ever at a point from where it can­not be sal­vaged, and that’s ex­actly what I tell cou­ples who come to me. The most im­por­tant thing is to have a re­la­tion­ship with your­self first, be­fore let­ting an­other per­son in your life. Be­cause if you aren’t happy with your life, you def­i­nitely won’t be able to keep an­other per­son happy. An­other im­por­tant love rule: have a clear vi­sion for your re­la­tion­ship. Most peo­ple I meet have a vi­sion of their wed­ding... the clothes they want to wear, the food, the decor, right down to the flow­ers on the ta­ble; but are clue­less about the kind of mar­riage they want. It’s im­por­tant to know what you both want and dis­cuss how much you’re will­ing to give— and give up—so you’re on the same page. Fi­nally, have a clear idea of the kind of per­son you want to be with. Of­ten, peo­ple de­cide to be with each other based on prox­im­ity, which is not such a good idea. In­stead of be­ing with some­one you spend a lot of time with, be with some­one who has the same vi­sion as you. That way you’ll want the same things out of life.”

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