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LIABILITIES AND ASSETS: REMOVE THE DEADWEIGHT ENTITIES THAT HINDER YOUR SUCCESS!

When going into a new situation, everyone always wants to know what the other person is able to bring to the table. This isn’t just about finances either. Working relationships require investments of your most valuable resources like time and energy. In theory you get out what you put in. A good relationship will always have it’s ups and downs, but overall the parties involved should be better financially, emotionally, mentally and spiritually together. If one or two of you are feeling drained in any of these categories it might be time to conduct a cost/benefit analysis of the relationship to figure out if what you have is worth keeping or even salvaging if it has gotten to to that point.
Here are just a few ways to tell if your relationship is an asset or a liability.

You Are All Around Better Off Now Than You Were Before You Met.
If you take a step back and audit your life in the months before you met, were you happier? Were you better off financially, emotionally, and mentally? Or were you kind of just coasting before. Not really suffering, but not really excelling in any particular arena? Are you in a better position now than you were before the relationship. If so then congrats, chances are you have found that compliment that truly makes you better in every sense of the word. This person is definitely what we’d call an asset

You’ve learned a lot.
Everyday you should be learning whether you’re single or not. Once you get into a relationship that person should be bringing more than just sex and money to the table. When you’re in a relationship both of you come in with your own life experiences and outlooks so the both of you should be

You’re Better Off Financially.
I know relationships can be expensive, especially on a male. In a healthy situation though, this shouldn’t be the case entirely. Your relationship should be helping you to grow financially through forcing you to think of money in a different way. Having to pay for two people sometimes, and even making a financial decisions that affect more than just yourself should leave you financially stronger as opposed to set you back if you’re with the right person. If you find that your relationship has you struggling financially, worse than you were before the relationship began you may want to take a step back and ask yourself if you’re continuing to handle things wrong or are the dynamics of your relationship truly holding you back financially.

You’re Healthier.
Have you been experiencing an unusual amount of unwanted weight loss/gain since you’ve been in your relationship? It might be because you’re stressed or anxious about your relationship. This may be completely internal, or it may be due to your significant other. This is completely normal, even in the healthiest of relationships. Your relationship should drive you want to be all you can be. You should still be exercising regularly and eating right and the like to make sure you continue to be everything your significant other deserves. If you happen to be falling off, your significant other should be there to keep you on track and vice versa. It takes two physically and mentally healthy people to maintain a healthy relationship. Health is contagious and the both of you should be doing as much as possible to help one another take care of each other. Ideally both parties should be encouraging the other to be healthy.

Your Energy Is Just Way More Positive.
Step back and take a look at the type of energy that you’ve been putting into the world. If you were an overall positive person before the relationship, you should still be delivering the great vibes you were always known for but they should be amplified now. You should be glowing. Even if you’re typically the more reserved or introverted type you should still be putting positive vibes out into the universe when you speak. If you find that you’re always down and you’re even bringing people around you down and this has been especially the case since you’ve met this new person this person may be not be an asset. They maybe draining one of your most precious resources your energy. Your relationship should be energy positive it is truly an asset.

You Manage Your Time Better
Your other most precious resource is your time. A good relationship will have you allocating your time better. Love forces you to partition your time because you will want to spend time with this person you are infatuated with as well as continue to work harder on other aspects of your life so you can be the best person you can possibly be. You just naturally become an all around better person when you’re with the right person and you spend your precious time working to become better in all facets of life. This is when you know your relationship is truly your best asset.

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