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31 Relationship Habits That You Think Are Loving, but Are Actually Dangerous

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Hana Hong of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 31: <p>'Making a partner your first priority before yourself is a 'spiritual don't' because the secret to life is to love another as icing on an already great cake. If you dare to give your power away and make that person more important, you are out of balance in your energy field. You walk a fragile line with yourself, and if anything should happen, or they leave you, or the relationship changes course, then you are a fallen soul with no means to get up. One must love in a healthy way by always making themselves number one in self-care.' - <a href='http://www.askaudreynow.com/'>Audrey Hope</a>, celebrity renowned relationship expert (<a href='https://www.rd.com/health/wellness/being-kind-to-yourself/1'>These are 12 other health benefits of being nice to yourself</a>).</p>

Making your partner your ultimate priority

'Making a partner your first priority before yourself is a 'spiritual don't' because the secret to life is to love another as icing on an already great cake. If you dare to give your power away and make that person more important, you are out of balance in your energy field. You walk a fragile line with yourself, and if anything should happen, or they leave you, or the relationship changes course, then you are a fallen soul with no means to get up. One must love in a healthy way by always making themselves number one in self-care.' - Audrey Hope, celebrity renowned relationship expert (These are 12 other health benefits of being nice to yourself).

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