One of the more uncomfortable conversations to bring up when your dating is talking honestly about how many sexual partners and relationships you’ve had. While they are uncomfortable, there is an internal peace and confidence you can have from knowing yourself and having learned a few things along the way. Afterall, you’ll never know your favorite brand of ice cream until you’ve tried a couple flavors at least. But, what about people that never explore or experience relationships and go straight into a lifelong commitment without knowing any other experiences, good or bad, except the one they commit to? Does it work out, or does it end in regret and a longing for all the opportunities missed? Tom and Lisa discuss the upside of gaining experience prior to settling down as well as the potential downside of missing out on true love because you’ve used too much time exploring opportunities and experiences.
Relationship Theory with Tom and Lisa Bilyeu encourages healthy, loving, life long relationships. Whether you are fresh out of your last relationship, on a break, taking time to heal from a breakup, or looking for ways to strengthen the romance and bond in your current relationship, Tom and Lisa are sharing their 20 years of experience. They’re taking questions and giving relationship advice that will enhance all of your relationships.
Bad Strategy | Why heading into marriage without experience may be bad strategy [1:05]
Know Yourself | Tom explains the value of being on your own and figuring out yourself [2:30]
F.O.M.O. | Deciding to forsake others versus lamenting you’ve never been with others [4:18]
Benefit of Experience | Lisa on how experiences can help you see what you really want [6:19]
“every human being needs to go out into the woods, and get lost and find themselves before they get in a relationship.” Tom Bilyeu [3:02]
“Experiences do kind of help show you what you like, what you don’t like, and what is for you and what isn’t for you” Lisa Bilyeu [7:50]
“Weigh the options and then make a decision and go like go down that path and don’t look back” Lisa Bilyeu [9:08]