8 Signs of a Healthy and Happy Relationship
Have you ever seen or been a part of a terrible relationship?
Fighting all the time over meaningless issues, each person blaming the other when something goes wrong, and taking all the credit when something goes right are just a few hallmarks of such toxic relationships.
It’s easy to point out what’s going wrong in a terrible relationship and promise ourselves we’ll never be like that. It’s much harder to identify what’s going right in a great relationship, and strive to achieve that for ourselves.
Here are 8 signs of a healthy and happy relationship:
#1 Common purpose. What is the purpose of a relationship? To help each other become the-best-version-of-ourselves. Everything makes sense in relation to our common purpose.
#2 They define what makes a relationship great. How would you define a happy and healthy relationship? If you’ve never thought about it, now is the time to define what it would take for you to consider your relationship “great.”
#3 Carefree timelessness. When was the last time you spend an afternoon, without an agenda, with the most important person in your life?
#4 Hopes and dreams. Knowing the dreams of the people you love and helping them fulfill those dreams brings indescribable energy and enthusiasm to your relationships.
#5 They follow through, because they want what’s best for their partner and their relationship more than they want anything for themselves.
#6 They are accountable. Great relationships take hard work. Lovingly holding each other accountable is an essential element happy and healthy relationships helping each other become the-best-versions-of-yourselves.
#7 They don’t give up, no matter what.
#8 They never stop growing, reading books, and seeking coaching and guidance whether their relationship is in trouble, or seemingly perfect.
Pick one thing from this list, and work on it to help make your relationship the best it can be. You’ll find that even striving for a better relationship, makes your relationship better.
Have a great day, and remember, don’t just be yourself… be the-best-version-of-yourself.
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