Relationships are a vital part of our lives and can help to improve our mental health. However, they also come with their own challenges.
In healthy relationships, your partner makes you feel comfortable and loved by their presence. They are there for you when you need them and they are always willing to go the extra mile for you.
You love your partner and want to spend the rest of your life with them. They are a positive influence in your life, they make you smile and laugh, they are kind and understanding when you need it most.
They bring out the best in you and teach you important lessons about life. They can make you laugh when you’re feeling down and if they are not your type of person, they will encourage you to find someone who is.
The best relationships are ones that keep you both on your toes. You don’t stop communicating and you are not afraid to discuss things that may be bothering you or to express your own opinions in a respectful way.
You are both emotionally invested in each other’s well-being and you can talk about anything that is bothering you, if you feel like it’s worth discussing or bringing up. You also respect your partner’s hobbies and interests, so you can spend time together doing things that are important to both of you.
The key is to work on your relationship because you truly care about it and want to build it into a long-term partnership. Then, you can be sure that you’re making the most of your relationship.