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Signs Of A Healthy And Unhealthy Relationship

Healthy Relationship

The variations are so subtle that you don’t even know at first you have a healthy or unhealthy relationship.

A relationship can be healthy or unhealthy. And, because most people don’t know the signs of an unsanitary and unhealthy relationship until they are in a terrible one, we have highlighted the common symptom.

There are six ingredients of a healthy relationship: communication, compromise, commitment, compatibility, behavior, and consideration.

You feel good when in a healthy relationship; even if you are alone or with the person you are with, you are happy.

Here are some signs of a healthy relationship:

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1. Honesty
You can be honest and frank without being afraid of how the other person responds. You should feel that, in a healthy relationship, you can share the whole truth about your life and your feelings-you never need to hide things. Maybe you don’t like what you have to say, but you will respond thoughtfully to the disappointing news.

2. Independence
You have space outside the relationship to be yourself. Your better half should embrace friends, relatives, and colleagues. They should also support your hobbies. The other person needs not to learn or participate in all areas of your life. Being independent means being free to do so and giving the same freedom to your partner.

3. Respect
You respect each other’s beliefs and opinions and love each other for who you are. You feel at ease setting limits, and you trust that the other person will comply with those limits. If you’re doing something, they encourage you, support, and appreciate your hard work and dreams.

4. Equality
The partnership is balanced, and everyone makes the same effort to succeed. You don’t allow one person’s choice and viewpoint to predominate, but instead, if you don’t want the same thing, you understand each other and agree. You believe that your desires, your expectations, and your interests are as critical as the other person. Often you put in more (money, energy, emotional support) and vice versa than your partner, but the outcome still feels equal and even.

5. Taking Responsibility
Own your words and actions. You avoid blame and can admit if you make an error. You apologize for something wrong and always try to change. Even if it wasn’t your intention, you might acknowledge the consequence of your words or actions.

Signs of an unhealthy relationship:

Such features characterize bad relationships as disrespect and control. Signs of unhealthy relationships need to be recognized before they intensify. Some symptoms of unhealthy relationships include:

1. Possessiveness
When somebody’s jealous to the extent of controlling who you spend time with and what you do. Although jealousy is an ordinary human emotion, it becomes unhealthy if someone manages or hits you. This means getting offended if you text or stick around people they feel threatened by, accusing you of flirting, or even go as far as stalking you.

2. Manipulation
When someone wants to control your decisions, actions, or feelings. Manipulation is often challenging to detect because it can be expressed delicately or passively
You know you are manipulated if someone tries to convince you to do things that you don’t like to do, ignores you, or tries to influence your feelings.

3. Isolation
When somebody keeps you away from friends, families, and others. This behavior frequently starts slowly with someone wanting you to spend more 1:1 time with them but can subsequently escalate to requests that you don’t see other people. You’re often asked to choose between them and your friends and insist that you spend your entire time with them, or to challenge your own decision about family and friends. You may feel you rely on your partner for affection, money, acceptance if you experience isolation.

4. Belittling
When someone does and tells stuff to make you feel bad. This includes calling you names, making harsh remarks, or criticizing people you love. It’s also downright disgraceful when someone makes a lot of fun of you, even if it is playing out as a joke. This will make you lose faith in yourself or your skills over time.

5. Volatility
When someone has a really intense, unexpected reaction that makes you feel afraid, upset or intimidated. An unstable person gives you the impression that you need to walk with them on eggshells since they have extreme reactions to minor things. You’re going to feel like a Rollercoaster with intense highs and lows. They can overreact to small things, change your mood, or lose control by being angry, screaming, or threatening.
You should be able to discuss your concerns with your partner if you believe you could be in an unhealthy relationship. Try talking to a trusted friend, family member, or counselor if you feel like you can’t speak to your partner.

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