By Asma Somia
Every one’s relationships are different. But sometimes we face similar issues.
Most people enter into a relationship with the best of intentions, assuming that they will remain in a permanent and happy union. Unfortunately, it is not always the case that relationships work out as planned.
All relationships have their ups and down. Read on if you want to know how to make a relationship work.
1 – Communicate
Communication is the most important part of your relationship.
Neither her you nor your partner is a mind reader, so you need to let each other know what you’re thinking and feeling.
2 – Acknowledge
Look for every opportunity to show your partner that you are receiving your love’s positive energy and responding appropriately.
3 – Be Accepting
We all need to learn how to accept each other and our circumstances.
Acceptance is an important element for a successful relationship. It is the key to making a relationship not only work, but thrive.
4 – Be Playful
Being playful keeps your love growing. Humor and playfulness are powerful communication tools that create a sense of intimacy and connection in relationships.
Communicate in a playful manner adds more excitement to the relationship and helps keeping it fresh and vibrant.
5 – Be Interdependent
Being truly interdependent means being involved with each other in a supportive manner without compromising your values or sacrificing yourself for the relationship.
Having interdependence in a relationship is often recognized as the healthiest form of intimate relationship.
6 – Be Honest
Always be honest with each other about your feelings and needs.
Honesty is a key component of a healthy relationship, lack of honesty affects not only trust, but also communication. It can cause relationship to be unhealthy.
7 – Be Positive
Being positive may be the key to keeping harmony, being positive and allowing that feeling to flow through your life relationship is a wonderful way to go through life with the one you love.
8 – Be Appreciative
Being Appreciative on a daily basis is a great way to protect your long-term relationship from: cooling off, infidelity, breakups, etc.
Mutual gratitude and appreciation can go a long way in healing many relationship problems. Daily reminders of genuine appreciation can deepen intimacy and make a healthy relationship even stronger.
A relationship can not survive on its own. Every successful relationship needs the care and maturity of two committed adults giving to each other a mutually beneficial connection.