10 Ways to Rescue Your Relationship

Take a Deeper Look Before You Break Up

Miss Krystal ext. 9192 is a customer favorite here at California Psychics. Her intuitive abilities and knowledge of astrology help callers improve and understand their lives in many areas, including love, money, career, and communicating with loved ones who have crossed over.

I had a great time chatting with her about what partners can do to better understand each other and the dynamics of their relationship. Taking a deeper look at yourself as well as your partner just might save a good thing before it’s gone. Before you break up, carefully consider these points from Miss Krystal.

1. Take a Deeper Look at Your Relationship

This is one of Miss Krystal’s favorite topics. “There are so many things going on in relationships that no matter how intelligent we are, we can still miss little things, because our egos are all enmeshed into this relationship.”

2. Little Details Are Actually Important Key Points

“When we miss little details, these are actually key points that could really open up our focus in order to make adjustments. These points help people understand someone, in seeing it through their eyes. And it really does change things for the better.”

3. Gain Patience

Miss Krystal emphasized the importance of patience before making a rash decision. “Patience, patience. Just being patient and not anxious, and waiting to see how things unfold, gives a little time to make sure that this is the action you really want to take.”

“You might change your mind. You might get a different perspective. Or you might see that you were on the right track and you need to do something about it.”

4. Stop Monitoring Your Partner

“I also notice that a lot of people monitor each other. It’s really, really negative. Call me instead—I’m your monitor!” Miss Krystal laughed.

5. Don’t Get Too Comfortable

“You get used to each other, or you start taking each other for granted. Then you start thinking you’re bored when you’re really not. And you really are taking a great thing for granted.”

6. Get “Me” Time to Gain Insight

“One thing I suggest all the time is to take more time out for yourself. Go visit a friend far away. Go do some things alone, like a seminar, or try a hobby. Start doing more “me” things to get space and to gain perspective.”

“See how you feel while you’re doing those things alone. Your feelings will let you know what kind of track you’re on. Are you missing your partner? Are you feeling guilty or bad? Or are you loving this alone time and wanting more, more, and more?”

7. Be Polite to Each Other

“One of the things that I see a lot is that people stop being polite to each other. We make a big deal in school about saying please and thank you, but it really does make a difference. Those little, tiny, simple things really make a difference.”

8. Pay Attention to Your Tone of Voice

“If you tape recorded married couples or people living together, and compare how they’re talking to their pets, or babies and kids, and then how they talk to their partner, it’s just astonishing. It could become really obvious: ‘Wow, I do really sound as if I like the kids and the dogs a lot better than you!’”

9. Balance Practical Life and Love Life

“Create a balance between your love relationship and your practical daily life, whether that’s your hobbies, your charity, your job, or your school. None of this extreme where you’re giving too much to your job and not enough to your partner, or where you’re giving too much to your partner. I believe in a balance of both.”

10. Keep Working on Yourself

I don’t feel that a relationship is going to make up everything in our life, and make us who we need to be. I think it takes more than a relationship. We have to keep working on ourselves. In turn, that will make our relationships better.”

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17 thoughts on “10 Ways to Rescue Your Relationship

  1. Lana

    Great points! I have had 2 long relationships and both of them have taken me for granted and suffocated me! I have come to realize to stay away from those personality types! I should be able to find someone just like me, easy going, confident and NOT INSECURE!

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  2. misskrystalmisskrystal

    Arlene-thanks. It’s better to talk to a psychic, let us do the monitor thing, as we can guide and inform you, so one doesn’t jump to major wrong conclusions..

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  3. misskrystalmisskrystal

    Thanks, Faith! May as well try to save it, first, right? WE have seen so many relationships get repaired, have we not? But sometimes, it is time to move on, and a reader, can definitely inform you, what can happen, either way-sometimes, however, it is just obvious, that no matter what, a couple will make it or, break it…Big huggies to you. I appreciate you so much.
    Such a lovely spirit. You remind me so much of my favorite aunt.. Miss Krystal

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  4. Faith ext. 9608Faith ext. 9608

    Very practical, loving advice Miss Krystal, especially points 3 and 10. Thank you!

    Blessings, Faith ext. 9608

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  5. misskrystalmisskrystal

    Hi Gelsomina, How are you? Thanks a lot!
    I know you are a very empathic psychic, so you know the value of being patient in a relationship, and I am sure you help your clients, all the time, to learn to be patient, as somethings are not always what they seem-And also, letting certain things go-And I am sure you see people sometimes get too comfy, and it can hurt the other’s feelings-Thanks again. I am so pleased to hear from you-Huggies, Miss Krystal

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  6. megha

    hiii….. its realy nice to hv ur support through such wonderful ideas as generally we used to forget those smaal n important thimgs i realy enjoyed it….. tk cr….

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  7. misskrystalmisskrystal

    Hi Quinn-thanks so much. I have really enjoyed your posts, as well.
    It’s so great to have you here with us. You are truly an asset to the CP family, as well as Abigail and Gina Rose-I feel so blessed to have you wonderful readers support my work! God bless you!
    Miss Krystal

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  8. misskrystalmisskrystal

    Arise-Thanks for your feedback and additional information. I so welcome it.
    I believe you, about the study on the tone of voice.
    For some people, it is the icing on the cake, when trying to make a decision, about breaking up-lots of subliminals, most definitely. Actually, it can also hurt the children and the pet’s feelings–ie- hearing mom and dad talk down to each other. It’s negative, most definitely–truth be known, a lot of people do regret, later, that they talked to someone with little respect-and this can count for lots of situations, not just romantic. It’s crucial-I try to call my partner, “Dear” when I want his attention, I suggest it, it helps!!! ie “dear, can you please help me with the groceries” I am telling you it helps!! My granny taught me that!

    The monitor? hmmm. I like how you compared it to the media. Great point.
    I have seen people get dropped, for getting caught breaking into emails, phones, mail or having a car tracked…So, I always tell my clients, if they have the mindset, that they will for sure leave the relationship, if they find dishonesty,in their secret search-most of the time, it’s not the case, however, it can become an obsession, that can come out, side-ways, in the way they act and treat them-can create disconnection…And that is not with even getting caught, just in attitude…Being caught, is another can of worms, and that has lead to many break ups, that I have observed.

    I ask everyone, if they monitor, please call a psychic, instead. It is playing with fire, otherwise.

    Thanks again! So appreciated.
    Miss Krystal

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  9. misskrystalmisskrystal

    Hi Abigail-How are you? Hope all is great with you.
    I am so glad you enjoyed these pointers-I try to obey them, myself lol
    these are easy to slip up on and, we must focus on these little things as they do make a HUGE difference-Thanks so much. Big huggies to you.
    Miss Krystal

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  10. misskrystalmisskrystal

    Hi Gina Rose-
    Thank you. Being polite, yes, can make a big difference, in all relationships, not even just romantic partnerships. It is definitely the “glue” for sure.
    Hope you are doing well, and I sure appreciate your support and feedback. It means a lot!
    Hope you have a wonderful Fall season. Huggies, Miss Krystal

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  11. -quinn ext. 5484

    hi miss krystal, great article tips full of wisdom and insight.
    #5 don’t get to comfortable – you are so right, it can wreck a happy marriage.
    -quinn ext. 5484

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  12. arise

    Great tips! Common courtesy is something we all know how to do (usually when we want something). We all want to be treated with kindness and respect. So how can we justify treating our spouse with less dignity than we would any stranger?

    Tone of voice is crucial. One study of couples in counseling found that it was the best predictor of whether a couple would later divorce. How simple is it to correct that?

    There isn’t much commentary elsewhere on the overmonitoring – it has become so common it’s accepted as normal. Social media enables it to an unhealthy degree! Nothing will make a person need to leave a relationship faster than if they’re suffocating – a classic case of attracting the very thing you fear.

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  13. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Miss Krystal,

    Nice article and great video too…..I loved the fact that you mentioned tips # 7 & 8

    you know, it’s the simplest of things sometimes that keep a relationship on track…..I’ve known many couples who have been married or together for 20, 25, 30 years or more that still show courtesy ( AND respect ) to each other by saying please and thank you.

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