Healthy Relationship

By: Jessica Phan

Don't Keep It

  • In a healthy relationship, if something is bothering you, it’s best to talk about it instead of holding it in. Ask them what you confuse, tell them why you are mad or disagree with him/her opinion.

No Comparison

  • We often compare our lives to others, what jobs people have, their homes, or their clothes. And with the help of social media, we tend to compare our relationships as well. But the happiest of couples don’t look to see what other looks like on the other side. They are happy with the view out of their own life.

Be Supportive

  • Offer cheer and encouragement to your partner. Also, let your partner know when you need their support. Healthy relationships are about building each other up, not putting each other down.
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Make your apology worth

  • It’s well understood that apologizing is a good thing but it only makes a real impact when you mean it. Accept that your mate feels hurt and from this place, a real apology can have a significant impact. When you love your partner and hurt them you can always apologize for the pain you caused your partner hurt on what you did or didn't do.

Respect Each Other’s Privacy

  • Just because you’re in a relationship, doesn’t mean you have to share everything and constantly be together. Healthy relationships require space.