How To Tame A Free Spirit


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How to Tame a Free Spirit Have you met someone who's fiercely independent, and yearn for their devotion? The key to taming a wild soul is to make him or her feel like they can be freer with you than with anybody else. Here's how to have that free spirit eating out of your hand, willingly and happily. ....... A free spirit is not the kind to twist and turn to meet your every need. You'll have to make it simple for them by coming to an understanding of what you want most out of a relationship and asking for that, and nothing else. ....... Things like punctuality, precautions, and any other kind of minor limit or inhibition will be of no concern to an independent mind. They like to flow through life, following their whims - and this often makes them extremely creative and fascinating individuals, which is what probably attracted you to them in the first place. By imposing dams, as little as they may be, you could very well suffocate the qualities that make this person desirable to you, if you don't manage to scare them off first. ......... Restrictions are like chains, and will send this wild horse running towards the horizon. ...... Study their tendencies, their quirks, their deepest desires, and their worst fears. Always be accepting and open-minded. Knowledge is power. The better you know this person, the less you'll feel the need to control them. Moreover, he or she will sense this and feel like you're the only person who truly knows them and thus, the only person they can be their uninhibited selves around. To a free spirit, this is the jackpot...... ........ A person who values his or her independence will truly test your ability to trust. You need to determine early on whether or not you trust this person, and then trust them completely. Sure, you might get burned, but you also might capture the heart of a person that no one else could touch. ........ Don't sit at home, wondering what he or she is doing, or when they're going to call. Get in your car and take a road trip. Visit an old friend. Watch a new movie. Taste a different kind of food. ....... independence is something to be appreciated, not just tolerated, you'll be giving a free spirit exactly the kind of nourishment that it needs. ...... If you want something, let it go, and if it's meant to be, he or she will return out of their own free choosing, not because they feel obligated. Sometimes a free spirit needs to prove to itself that it can still fly before it settles down in one place. ...... Don't try to change him or her. This is a classic mistake, in any kind of relationship, but especially when you're dealing with a rugged individual. ...... Independent individuals tend to have a burning need to progress alone - sometimes you have to let them go down a path by themselves and just let them know you'll be there for them when they get to the end. ....... Not every free spirit is trustworthy, and some just simply aren't worth taming. ...... If you seriously think you can "tame" a free spirit, think again. What you want to do is not tame it, but have it close to you. Think of it as changing your location (bringing yourself out into the wild) than theirs. (bringing them indoors.) ...... The only way to truly love someone is to realise that they can be lost, so be prepared to lose that person, if they truly are free-spirited they may not be up to a long term relationship. ...... Remember that sometimes, people don't want to be/or aren't meant to be tamed. Trying to tame someone may actually make a situation more awkward and difficult for both parties.
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