5 Things People In Healthy Relationships Will Relate To

Healthy relationships make you feel good about yourself and bring out the best in you. They can manifest as simple as a healthy communication or one that just makes you love yourself more.

A healthy relationship does not mean a “perfect” relationship as there are no perfect people. However, the signs below indicate things are going on well. If not, you should start working on them already, in all of your relationships.

1. Respect

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You value one another’s opinions and beliefs and love one another for who you are as a person. You feel comfortable setting boundaries and are confident that the other person will respect those boundaries. They cheer for you when you achieve something, support your hard work and dreams, and appreciate you.

2. Trust


You have the confidence that your partner won’t do anything to ruin or hurt the relationship. In a healthy relationship, trust comes easily and you don’t have to question the other person’s intentions or whether they have your back. They would never put you through a silly “test” to prove your loyalty. They respect your privacy.

3. Honesty


You can be plain and honest without fearing how the other person will respond. To be honest, in a healthy relationship, one should feel like they can share the full truth about their feelings and thoughts with each other – without the fear of getting judged. You never have to hide things. They may not like what you have to say, but will respond to disappointing news in a considerate way.

4. Independence


You can be yourself outside of the relationship. You have that space. Your partner should be supportive of your hobbies and your relationships with other people – friends, family, and colleagues. The other person does not need to know or be involved in every part of your life. Having independence means being free to be and do you and also allowing your partner that same freedom.

5. Comfortable Pace

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The relationship moves at a speed that feels enjoyable for each person. It’s normal to want to spend a lot of time with someone when you first meet them, but it’s important that you’re both on the same page with how the relationship is moving. In healthy relationships, you’re not rushed or pressured in a way that makes you feel overwhelmed.

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