What Makes a Healthy Relationship Work
Building healthy relationships is the key to bringing happiness in your life. However, what makes a healthy relationship work for you?
What are those qualities that help build a healthy relationship? Is it money, luxury, power, or influence? Is it sex in your relationship with your spouse that you believe keeps the relationship healthy?
Confusion between love and lust is not uncommon.
However, if you’ll try to understand their deeper meanings, you’ll come to know that lust may help in creating a bond, but it is not a healthy relationship ingredient in itself.
Healthy Relationship Tips
The concept of a healthy relationship may differ from person to person because it depends on subjective judgment.
How do you know that you’re in a healthy relationship? If you feel happy, at ease, secure, and free in a relationship, you know that you’re in a good relationship.
You can go on debating and discussing on this topic, and I can write at lengths to explain what exactly is a healthy relationship.
However, I’ve an infographic for you that will tell you everything at a glance.
You too can have a healthy relationship if you follow the tips as mentioned in the infographic. It’s not difficult to bring happiness in your life; a bit of understanding and effort can make you feel good, forever.
Here are the healthy relationship tips for you:
Infographic source: Visual.ly
Now that you know about the three main components to a healthy relationship, what do you think about your own relationship?
How frequent and open is your communication, how deep and true is your love, and how genuine is your respect for each other?
Communication, love, and respect will define and make your relationship healthy. Of course, you can add more factors and conditions that will help you define your relationship clearly and help avoid the relationship problems.
I’ve said it in one of my previous posts that you can improve your relationships with kindness, and all you need is LUCK – Love, Understanding, Compassion, and Kindness.
If you’ve trust and respect for the person, you can even avoid misunderstandings, which are the reason for most relationship fallout.
You can even avoid relationship mistakes by understanding and controlling your ego, beliefs, and behavior.
If you wish to have the best of relationship with your spouse, then besides love and sex, you need a healthy friendship among yourselves.
For, it’s not the lack of love, but the lack of friendship that cripples most of the personal relationships.
If you’ve any relationship problems, you can take cues from the above infographic, read the previous posts, or share your problems on Aha!NOW.
Build your healthy relationship based on good communication, true love, and genuine respect.
Over to You –
What factors do you think help build healthy relationships? Share your tips and views in the comments below.
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