1. You’re both great at speaking and listening
“communication is key” certainly holds true when it comes to healthy relationships. Both individuals in a relationship should feel free to speak openly and feel like they’re being heard. Communication feels safe and nurturing when each partner feels empowered and supported in the relationship.
2. You become more and more intimate — and not just sexually
Physical intimacy comes in many forms, all of which are different and important. Your sex life can be a strain on your relationship and could even cause a split. But running behind sex will also lead to the same split. A slightest form of physical affection can keep the relationship strong.
3. You have similar goals.
Sometimes a relationship’s success isn’t determined just by how much work each partner puts in or their personalities. Sometimes it’s all up to chance.
If you and your partner have similar goals that would take you to similar places, that is a big factor in determining if you’re in it for the long haul.
Everything becomes so easy. You have more things to talk about because you have similar goals. Having frequent chats about what you want out of the relationship, and life, in regards to kids, marriage, jobs, and location.
4. You know how to communicate in a healthy way
If you’re in a relationship with anyone for a long period of time, you’ll start to develop your own style of communication and talking through things. Communication is the pillar of any relationship, healthy communication is the only way to maintain any type of relationship. A minor miss communication can lead to deadly circumstances.
5. You can both admit when you’re wrong.
Some people can’t climb down the stairs of their ego, the pain of admitting that they were wrong is a size of a mountain.
But those in a healthy partnership will take a blow to their pride if it means ending an argument or letting their partner know that they are sorry.
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