What is a healthy relationship?

A healthy relationship is never confined by the opposite sex if you can discover warmth, healthiness, or positivity in the same-sex companion. There is no such thing as an offense or a taboo; they may be taboo in the world, but what matters most to you is whether you validate your heart or the world. Have you ever wondered what a healthy relationship looks like? 

Healthy relationships involve honesty, trust, respect, and open communication from both partners, as well as effort and compromise from all parties. There is no power mismatch. Partners respect each other’s freedom, are free to make their own decisions without fear of retribution or retaliation, and make decisions together. There is no stalking or refusal to let the other person leave if or when the situation arises.

In simple terms, a healthy relationship means one for all and all for one

FIND YOUR RELATIONSHIP IS VALIDATES ALL THE BOUNDARIES OF A  HEALTHY

Ask yourself:

  • Is my partner supportive of my growth? 
  • Do we have similar long-term goals? 
  • Do we desire the same type of relationship? 
  • Can I be myself around them? 
  • Do I accept their individuality ?
  • Is it balanced relationship?
  • Is my life better now that they’re in it? 
  • Is our time together meaningful?

Signs of a healthy relationship

RESPECT

Respect is a little word, yet it has the power to both ruin and strengthen a relationship because of the reverse psychology associated with it. The more you respect each other, the brighter your relationship will be. because when you know that no matter what happens in your life or the life of your companion, you will always respect each other’s decisions, thoughts, personal space, and perhaps privacy. 

There will be numerous occasions where it is not necessary to disclose all that has occurred in your life, and you must accept and respect that decision.

COMPROMISE

Compromise is not a big deal, but it might give your spouse the assurance/confidence that in order to make you happy or see you happy, he/she is willing to go to any length. Each must embrace conflicting points of view and be willing to give and receive.

INDEPENDENCE 

You should support each other’s independence, such as hanging out with friends and performing activities apart from your partner. 

A relationship does not imply that you must do everything with your partner if you are fine doing it alone or with friends. This should be understood by your companion. 

A relationship does not imply that you have to complete every task with your spouse, whether he or she likes it or not. You should respect each other’s independence in the same way that you accept each other’s lifestyle and behavior.

TRUST & HONESTY

Trust is the foundation of any relationship. A building will never topple if trust is 100 percent. When there is a great deal of trust, you and your partner can discover each other’s love language or love signs. You don’t have to say anything in front of everyone; simply making eye contact might be your language with your partner.

COMMUNICATION

Communication is the cornerstone to a healthy and successful relationship because when we speak with each other, we provide our partners the unseen assurance that whatever occurs in our lives, we’ll just talk about it and figure it out. Because we just need one small step to resolve every issue, and that is to talk. because communication is the key to solving any situation

OPENNESS / COMFORTZONE

A comfort zone is the most vital aspect of a relationship since it is when you are completely at ease with each other. You don’t have to ponder before you speak, and we should all have at least one person in our lives with whom we feel comfortable discussing our emotions and day-to-day issues without fear of being judged or being labeled as right or wrong. 

There should be someone to whom we can simply express whatever is going on in our lives and how we are feeling. There should be an infinite level of comfort and openness with our companion.

FIND WHEN YOU / SOMEONE ARE ATTRACTED TOWARDS SOMEONE/ YOU

They try to get closer 

Someone who is attracted to you will likely sit closer or prefer to be in your intimate space. For example, if you have gone for dinner with him/her, they will try to sit near you so that they can observe you or for some other reason, such as feeling good when they are near you. This is the intimate zone, and when someone enters your personal space, you can sense the difference. They are leaning toward you. They are seated next to you in your private area. When a date at a restaurant is going well, I frequently witness this. Both will bend over the table to get as near to the table as possible. Similarly, persons who recently met at a bar will get closer to one other if their interaction is going well. 

If you feel someone is attracted to you, compare how they place themselves near other people to how they behave around you. The greater the contrast, the more likely they will be attracted to you.

You Feel different with them

When someone is attracted to you, your subconscious mind is activated, or perhaps your guarded signals activate, signaling that someone is observing you or doing some random stuff to get your attention so that you can look at them, or maybe if you are attracted to the same person, you like the activity to get their attention. 

Literally. This one should go without saying, no brain-storming when someone is attracted to you, they want to touch you. However, not all touches are the same. Some people are inherently drawn to touch more than others, which is why the sort of contact is just as important, if not more, than the quantity. A body map has been developed by psychologists,  that describes how most individuals react to touch. It’s simple: start with the hand and work your way up the arm for more intimate relations. It’s the inverse for backs. The lower you go on the back, the more intimate the touch. Because of this, handshakes are regarded as professional contact, but people rarely place their hand on the lower back of someone with whom they do not have a personal relationship. So, if someone increases the warmth of their touches, it’s an indication that they’re at ease around you and want to become closer to you.

Watch for Their Eye Gaze

Eye contact, like touch, sends some indications that someone is attracted to you. When someone is attracted to you, they will try to make lots of meaningful eye contact. They do this to feel closer to you and to show that they are interested in you and what you have to say. You must keep in mind that when you are excessively invested in someone, you are only able to see and hear what the other person is saying. You begin to ignore other noises and the crowd.

Some of the things that you should not enter in your relationship

One of you tries to control or change the other

“We will never be able to change another person,” Antin says. If you’re concerned about a certain behavior, you should be able to bring it up. It is acceptable to share your feelings and request that they consider making changes. However, telling them what to do or attempting to control their actions is not acceptable. Remember that if you have devoted or committed to someone, you should never strive to change them; instead, you should accept each other as they are, because love is acceptance. Accept your partner as he or she is because acceptance only leads to falling in love with each other. Trying to change each other can degrade your connection because your partner may feel trapped, and you will eventually lose the spark of the relationship. If they do something that irritates you and you are unable to accept it, the relationship may not have long-term prospects. because they may modify their actions for that specific occasion, but you can’t change someone’s behavior that has been with him/her since birth, and this progressively builds into a fight between them.

You don’t spend much time together

When two people like each other’s company and wish to spend more time together, a relationship develops. Life events can sometimes interfere with your time together, although these disruptions are usually temporary. If you frequently see less of each other for no apparent reason, such as family problems or more duties at work, your relationship may be in trouble. Other red flags include feeling distant from each other or relieved when you aren’t. You might even try to find excuses to avoid spending time together. Sometimes not seeing your partner also causes numerous misunderstandings and eventually leads to a communication gap, which can also lead to a gap in your relationship, which can be tough to overcome later on. Sometimes you don’t realize, yet a rift develops in your connection. 

The relationship feels unequal

Healthy relationships are usually well-balanced. You might divide cash equally or compensate for a lesser income by running extra errands. Relationship equality, on the other hand, can refer to intangibles such as affection, communication, and relationship expectations. Periods of inequality can occur at any time. One of you may experience a temporary loss of income, struggle to assist with tasks owing to illness, or feel less affectionate as a result of stress or other emotional problems. However, if your relationship feels uneven on a frequent basis, this might become problematic. Sometimes not understanding each other’s emotions or disagreeing with each other’s opinions or behaviors might make you feel unequal or inferior to your partner.

You don’t feel heard in the relationship

Perhaps you don’t feel heard since they appear uninterested when you bring up a topic or discuss something on your mind. Or you may find it difficult to express your viewpoint or discuss serious subjects because you are afraid they will dismiss you. Many times in our lives, we face problems that we want to share with our partners, and we want them to listen, but we don’t know if they are in a position to hear or if they are in the same situation, and sometimes both partners expect the same from each other, and this time both partners should act maturely, However, the other side of the story is that it may occur because you are concerned about a serious problem that may be serious for you, but not for your partner, and he does not pay attention to listening, which can lead to miscommunications. Furthermore, if you do discuss a problem with them and they seem listening but do not make any adjustments or appear to have entirely forgotten what you said by the next day, this is also a red flag.

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