The healthy relationship

Many may ask is the relationship that I am in really worth the things that I am going through?  A lot of the times we tend to stay in relationships that are unhealthy solely based on the fact that we think that we can change the person that we are with.  It’s proven time and time again that no relationship is perfect but that does not mean that you have to deal with the actions of person that seems to not care because that’s not healthy.  I always tell people when they are looking for advice that the moment you start to question a person’s actions and the way they are treating you then something is not right.

When you are in a healthy relationship with someone you will know it and you will feel it.  Although all relationships have its share of arguments there is no way that two people are arguing every day or even every other day in a healthy relationship.  When the person that you are with is seeing someone else and you constantly have to forgive them, or they are making you feel beneath them, that’s not a healthy relationship.  When two people come together its so inspire, motivate, love, and to build a foundation capable of lasting a lifetime.

If you care for your partner and want them in your life, you have to prove it with your actions.  The bickering and  arguments that you are having does more damage than good.  It destroys the bond which is the foundation of the  relationship.  There is no woman or man in this world that does not want to be in a healthy relationship in which two people can sit down, talk, have fun together, play together and build together.  Healthy relationships are built and maintained and it will take work but if two people have the same goal in mind then you both deserve the happiness and fulfillment that a healthy relationship can bring.   For in depth understanding consider reading this.


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Awww I’m happy to hear this and that’s all it takes two people who try each day! I wish you both nothing but blessings!


I definitely agree with that it’s not suppose to! Your a queen and you will find your king soon! Thank you so much for sharing!


I definitely stayed in relationships much longer than I should have in the past. I wasn’t necessarily being abused in any way but the person wasn’t right for me and I let it drag on and on. As I got out of my 20’s. however, It became clear to me who I wanted in my life. Perhaps this is because it became much clearer in my mind who I was 😉 Thank you for your post 🙂


These are such wise words and great advice. I’ve been married for almost 20 years to my best friend. Sure, it hasn’t been all rainbows and unicorns, but when you have a strong relationship with an even stronger foundation, you know it and you fight for it. Trust your gut ladies and never settle for less than what you deserve (which is unconditional love).


Thanks for this! These were all great tips! In my relationship we put a lot of emphasis on communication. I agree that constantly arguing is not the answer! Good read.

Susanna | Ordinality

I think people often mistake healthy relationships for no-effort relationships… The less effort you put into a relationship, the worse it is guaranteed to be. The best relationships are where both partners are putting in 100%, learning how to communicate and how to enjoy being with each other.

Akshay Naik

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