Is Your Relationship Healthy?

A healthy relationship is a great boost to emotional, verbal and physical strength removing the space for controlling, disrespectful or abusive behaviour. But it takes a lot of hard work, by both partner, to reach a stage where their relationship is sorted and beyond perfect. Here are some tips to achieve it –

1.       Give your time and diligence.

To achieve success one need to give both time and labour. Similarly, successful relationships take work. They don’t happen in a brisk. Share your thoughts, feelings that are important to you. A good communication is a solution to trust issues.

2.       Anger spoils everything!

Anger is a relationship killer. There are many situations which may lead to a heated argument. Those events should be avoided or at least demands a good handling. Rather than getting angry, try to understand the situation of your partner.

When annoyed with your mate, give yourself some time to calm down and then gently discuss what’s going on for you.

3.       Intimacy is the Key.

Sex is an important part of healthy relationships, sometimes it’s not just about the physical satisfaction but mental too. It helps in the growth of bonding, friendship, and familiarity. If you’re in a healthy relationship, you’ll feel connected—in and out of bed.

4.       Have your own Space

Living in a relationship doesn’t always mean you have to spend every moment together. Taking time to pursue your own interests and friendships keeps your relationship fresh and gives you both the opportunity to grow as individuals—even while you’re growing as a couple.

5.       Trust is Important

Trust is the most important aspect which helps in healthy growth of a relationship. When in confusion prefer talking to your partner, not to other people. Use friends as an advisor but the last decision should always be yours.

6.       Magical words

I love you”, “Thank you,” and “I’m sorry. NEVER EVER forget these magical words. 

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