You don’t know how to “Co-operate”, which is one major reason you can’t find love. Couples in good relationships were more effective communicators and better at resolving conflict at work, according to a study.
Healthy couples recognize the value of cooperation and what it entails. It also claims that cooperative people work together regardless of their location. And the skills can be used at home and at business.
People in dysfunctional relationships are living proof that cooperation, like wonderful relationships, does not arise by accident.
Cooperation is sometimes misunderstood as a form of tit for tat by many people. In other words, they believe that if you offer something to the relationship, I’ll bring something to the relationship. You, on the other hand, take the initiative. This isn’t a cooperative effort. Many others, though, are doing precisely that.
A relationship allows two minds to collaborate in the best interests of both parties. As a result, having two heads is preferable to having just one.
Is the partnership guided by a vision and mission? Is the union solely for sex purposes? What complimentary abilities do each of you bring to the table if it’s about more than sex? Will each individual be willing to put up the effort required to bring the relationship’s vision to fruition?
Individual resources, such as time, brainpower, manual labor, personal contacts, networking, money, and so on, may also be brought to the table in this way.
What are you offering that will help both if you aren’t bringing some resources? What’s more, why are you two together in the first place? Working together makes both of their lives easier.