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Signs of a Healthy Relationship

In its simplest form, a healthy relationship makes both partners feel safe, loved, and happy. They communicate and trust each other completely and only wish each other the best. They don’t need to pretend; they don’t need to show their love to others, nor do they have to post photos on social media just to let others know they’re in love. Continue reading below to learn about the signs of a healthy relationship!

You Feel Happy

This may be a no-brainer, but you’d be surprised how many people think they’re in a healthy relationship and are just unhappy but blame everything else.

If you have a healthy relationship, you are happier. You don’t worry that much, you don’t have as many negative thoughts, and you’re really in a good mood most of the time.

You Trust One Another

A healthy relationship is built on trust and an obligation to communicate without reservation or secrets. When there is mutual trust in a relationship, couples openly discuss everything, the good, the bad, and the ugly. There is nothing to hide, and there are no secrets between them.  If you don’t have this in your relationship, it’s almost impossible to be healthy.

You Laugh, Have Fun, and are Playful

Having a good sense of humor is a sign of emotional maturity. In a healthy relationship, both parties know how to relax and have fun together. When things get tense, they know how to use humor to relieve stress instead of feeling overwhelmed and depressed.

You Maintain Commitments

Commitment is necessary for any relationship, whether it’s at your job or with your spouse. In a healthy relationship, the couple is willing to make concessions to achieve the common good. The best relationships are those that are willing to sacrifice something for each other. This way, no one will feel that they are being taken advantage of or that they are being ignored.

You Pay attention to Your Partner’s Issues

It’s not just about talking for the talk’s time. You also work on paying attention to everything your partner communicates.

You get involved in the subject. You pay attention to it attentively; you develop empathy. That is, you try to put yourself in their shoes to give way to listening, support, solidarity. 

They Build Each Other

Emotionally healthy couples protect each other’s self-esteem. You and your partner look for ways to motivate each other to become the best person they can become. You identify with their virtues and accept their shortcomings. You do not feel threatened by your partner’s successes and take pleasure in their achievements. 

You and your partner avoid talking disrespectfully and do not curse, threaten, or embarrass each other. You are especially careful to speak positively of your partner in social settings, never belittling or making “well-intentioned” jokes about each other. 

You Can Be 100% Yourself With Them

From not wearing makeup to walking straight from the sweat-soaked gym and smelling a storm, if you’re not afraid to be yourself with them, you’re in a healthy relationship.

You feel safe and secure with Them

Safety and security are essential in a relationship. If you don’t feel safe with the person you’re with, you’re always a little anxious. If you feel safe and secure with your partner, then it’s a healthy relationship. 

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