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There’s
no such thing as a perfect relationship, but there is such a thing as
a healthy one. No one is happy and elated all the time, no one agrees
on everything, everyone argues once in a while. It’s normal, we’re
all human, we have opinions and passions and emotions and sometimes
they take control over common sense. But what is the line between
being opinionated and being rude? How do you know if your partner is
looking out for you or actually being controlling? Are you being too
emotional and sensitive or are you being manipulated, gaslighted and
made to feel crazy? Healthy relationships, in general, are those that
make you feel better about yourself and your life and make you happy
(not all the time but most of the time at least). Healthy
relationships make you want to be your best self. Let’s talk about
signs that you’re in a healthy relationship.

1. You Trust Each
Other

Trust
is the most important thing in any relationship. Without it, you’re
doomed. If you find that you trust your partner with your life and
you never second guess if they feel the same way about you –
congratulations, you’ve got the most important thing covered.

2. You Crack Each
Other Up

Making
each other laugh is also a great sign of a healthy relationship. If
you have a similar sense of humor and tons of inside jokes and you
just crack up at the same things – it’s a really good sign.
What’s even better is knowing how to laugh at silly disagreements
or mistakes you might’ve made instead of getting angry with each
other.

3. You Feel Free
To Share Opinions

You
don’t worry about what you have to say and don’t think twice
before sharing your opinions because you know they will understand
and won’t judge you. You also don’t have to pick your words
carefully because you have nothing bad to say and even if you phrase
something wrong they’ll know what you meant.

4. An Arguments
Isn’t The End Of The World

You
can’t agree on everything, so it’s normal to argue. But the
important distinction is that your arguments don’t last ages and
rarely blow out of proportion because you’re both willing to listen
and take a step back and see that there’s a possibility the other
one might be right. And possibly most importantly you know that every
fight doesn’t mean that it’s the end of the relationship, you
recognize that this is just disagreement and these things happen

5. You’re
Willing To Let Things Go

When
you do have arguments and feelings get hurt you don’t hold on to
that hurt for long. You’re willing to accept apologies and let go
and move on. You don’t hold grudges for weeks to come and you don’t
use past mistakes over each other’s heads.

6. You Can Be
Vulnerable With Each Other

You’re
not afraid to show your flaws or insecurities with your partner. Even
if you don’t like certain things about yourself, think you’ve put
on a couple of pounds or have a scar you think isn’t great – you
know that they won’t judge you or think less of you because of
those things. You know you can be vulnerable and you won’t get
hurt. Same goes for emotional vulnerability.

7. You Don’t
Secretly Hope They Will Change

It’s
a good sign if you’re not trying to change them and it’s an even
better one if you don’t want them to change. Thoughts like “maybe
one day they’ll become neater” or “maybe one day they’ll grow
up and act more like an adult” and “maybe one day they’ll stop
drinking” don’t even cross your mind.

8. You Feel Good
When You’re Apart

That’s
right, people in healthy relationships don’t live their life joined
at the hip. Spending time apart is ok, hanging out with friends is
great and even going on trips separately is absolutely fine. And
while you do it you should enjoy yourself, not worry about the other
person or feel bad about being without them.

9. You Accept Each
Other’s Past

We
all have past relationships, exes, and just weird mistakes we’ve
made ages ago and now have to live with. You can try to fix the
things that are fixable but at some point, it’s important to accept
it and move on. And the same goes for your partner’s past. A good
sign of a healthy relationship is accepting that life didn’t just
start when you two met and that things happened in the past, but
that’s where they will stay and you live in the present.

10. You Make Sure
To Show Your Love And Appreciation

It’s important to not take people for granted and show them with words, actions and sometimes little gifts that you love and appreciate them for who they are and what you’re happy you two get to be together in this relationship.




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