80 20 rule dating
In Japan, the practice of “hara hachi” – where people eat until they’re 80% full – has been found by researchers to lead to less disease and longer lives.
Others have applied the 80/20 rule to their work lives, ensuring they keep 20% of their energy reserved so they don’t burnout and have the energy in reserve to enjoy their free time. Taken in a positive way, the 80/20 relationship rule can be about rekindling the passions that have fallen down your list of priorities since finding love.
He also noticed that 80% of his peas came from 20% of his pea pods.
Based on this principle, 80 and 20 don’t have to equal 100. If you are confused or lost, let me try to simplify it for you.
Someone may be a 20 if the following apply: After doing research on the 80-20 rule, I came across this article that gave a new twist to the rule.
It states that 80% of the issues we have with others are our own internal battles. I loved this viewpoint because it holds us accountable for obstacles that happen instead of blaming the other person.
Gavin, played by Malik Yoba, stated that in marriage you are only going to get 80% of what you need.
Reflect and think if this obstacle is a serious problem in your relationship or a personal one?
Ultimately, do not be consumed by the 80-20 rule or let it be the driving force in your relationship.
I am not saying do not have boundaries and limitations because every relationship needs them, but don’t be ruled by this one.
The 20 comes from the fact that our partners are not clones of us and have flaws just like we do.
Natalia Avdeeva from It is so easy to magnify the 20 when the road is rocky and the seas are rough in the relationship.
They might even thank you for it if they don’t have to watch Made in Chelsea again.