How Your Relationships Can Play a Part
in How Lucky You Are in Life
In all relationships, what you put in will have an effect on what you get out. You decide whether it’s positive or negative. That same advice can apply to life as well, so always try and be positive, and hopefully you will receive positive outcomes and increase your luck.
The beginning of a relationship will keep you on a constant high. Love is an addiction, and when you are in a loving relationship your brain constantly releases dopamine, which is a feel-good hormone. The idea is that the happier you are the luckier you feel in your relationship and in life.
The person that you are now coupled with didn’t come to you just by sheer luck; it was equal parts opportunity and science as well. The chemistry between the two of you was what struck up the relationship. As a result, it’s fair to say that science can also dictate how your relationship will go. The perfect date this Valentine’s Day, for example, could be decided based on your interests, personality and a number of other factors. The total of all this science, chemistry and luck allowed the pair of you to form a bond, which developed into a relationship. Learn from your relationship and open yourself up to other opportunities, and luck will soon follow.
Some people believe if they are positive and promote feelings of positivity, the universe will reward them. Even if you don’t believe in the universe providing you with luck, being positive and pro-active means you can plan for life without luck. So when opportunities and luck do come along, it will be an added bonus. Luck is a lot like relationships — they are meant to enhance your life, not control it. Try your best not to be negative. If you whine about your lack of fortune it won’t change anything. It is scientifically proven that thinking negative thoughts pulls you into a downward spiral too. Negativity will send out the wrong energy and people will soon move on without you. If you’re too negative, your partner may become frustrated and feel dragged down by that negativity, and you won’t be very lucky when your partner is unhappy.
Honesty is always the best policy. Everyone has heard this saying because it is true. Relationships are founded on mutual trust. Trust can only be formed if you are honest with one another, as well as yourself. The hardest thing in life is taking all the negativity and turning it into a lesson that had to be learned. Once you’ve turned that negativity into a positive lesson you will feel instantly happier and be open to the luck that will enter your life.