Learn how to compromise. Respect for each other's decisions makes a relationship healthy and strong.
practice and know what it is to be sincere, well that can only happen if you truly love the person.
honesty, lettin them know how you feel, being open minded about who you are, your needs, wants, fantasies, dislikes, expectations.. And finally respect and friendship, are super duper impt!!
communication. being honest, sharing, spending time together. you have to go out of your way and make it a point if those things do not come natural to you
Complimenting, setting confrontation aside; and having a civilized conversation instead. Never cussing at each other! And lots of touching.
I am honest & care about my relationships (Keep in touch), I think that will be acceptable.
Simply put, never stop trying. There are so many elements that help contribute to a strong, healthy relationship, but all of those are no good if you and/or your significant other only do them for a while, and then either stop or stop looking for new ways to be closer once you feel safe in a relationship. Always look for opportunities to understand your significant other, listen to them, and find ways to help them be happy and reach their goals in life. If you are lucky enough to have someone who does the same in return, then there's a very good chance that only death will break up the relationship.
Respect is very importaint to relationships. If you communicate, listen to each other, and get to know one another more and more everyday, it should help keep your relationship healthy and strong.
I use to respect the feelings of others. An try to help them when person need me without any self interest
Communication is the key! You also have to compromise and be open with your feelings.
By being always sensitive and understanding makes any relationship strong and healthy.Also,giving space to others and consistent caring and sharing takes any relationship a long way!
Be honest - make time for others - learn to forgive and forget - stay in regular contact - Care for each other. Be and act in a way that you want them to act with you.
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What is that ONE thing a good/ healthy relationship needs in your opinion?
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What is the most important thing for a successful relationship except love?
by ShanteD 6 months ago
Can you really have a relationship with someone you don't trust.You can love them and want your relationship to work but if you don't trust them can it? Do you give it time and hope for the best?
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Which of the these do you think is more important in a relationship: love or respect?
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