Listening is giving, talking is taking. Don't look for what you can get from a relationship, look for wat you can give. Don't hold back.
To have a healthy relationship first of all there should be trust and respect-the only way you can have it is by being honest.
Part of having a healthy relationship is acceptance. Accept the other person for what and who they are. Do not try to change your partner into some type of image you have in your head.
Healthy mature relationships must start with partners being able to freely express themselves, say what they need to in order to be understood and feel compatible. Be best friends.This in turn builds trust and respect. Nothing beats the feelings of being comfortable, safe, in love, and genuinely caring about each other.
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No one can be everything we might want him or her to be. Sometimes people disappoint us. It’s not all-or-nothing, though. Healthy relationships mean accepting people as they are and not trying to change them!.Spend some quality time together. No matter how busy you two are, there is always an excitement when you do something together, when you share your precious time. Play a sport, eat at a restaurant, watch your favorite movies together. You will feel the magic of love and connection that you have with each other.Admit your mistakes and say sorry. Right after a misunderstanding or argument, tell your partner to give you some time to think of the wrong and right things that you and he/she did. Tell your partner to do the same thing and talk to them after 10-15 minutes. Tell your partner to give you time to talk and explain to them why you were angry, the wrong things you did, the things they did that you did not like and what you would like them to change. Ask your partner to do the same thing and give them a fair chance to talk and explain also. This will make your relationship stronger and help strengthen the communication between you and your partner.
by Singlesstreetlife 8 years ago
Is this just a saying or a reality?
by Katrionawrites 8 years ago
I couldn't find a thread for this - if there is one then many apologies.I have been in more than a few relationships - not all of them sexual - most of them not. I know there are many out there who would disagree with my antics but lets brush that awside for the moment.I would like everyone to post...
by Raj Rishi 8 years ago
Most relationships in love and marriage break up due primarily to boredom, which results in cooling of passions. It is difficult to 'enjoy' the same fare daily howsoever delicious it may be. This is, of course, not to deny other reasons for break-up.Desire for change is very human and...
by Ramphil Basco 6 years ago
Long distance relationship -- a healthy relationship or not?
by Guilherme Radaeli 23 months ago
Do you believe that relationships naturally decay over time?In today's society there is this ingrained idea that relationships have a natural tendency to become weaker as the feelings that originated it cool down or even cease to exist. However, there are still many couples that remain together in...
by Krystal 6 years ago
How do you heal from a relationship addiction?In love with the idea of being in love? After a point it creates a vicious cycle! How do you get off the unhealthy pattern for good without ending all opportunity for healthy relationships in the future?
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