Are you wondering if you are in a healthy relationship or what constitutes a healthy relationship?
So what does a healthy relationship mean to you?
A healthy relationship is one where: (you might want to mark the ones that for you constitute a healthy relationship)
- We can talk about anything without fear of the other's anger or withdrawal.
- We support each other in doing what makes each of us happy.
- We each take responsibility for our own feelings and are able to share love, rather than expecting the other to fill us up with love.
- We laugh easily together and have a lot of fun with each other.
- We have similar interests and enjoy much companionship.
- We each contribute financially.
- We each contribute with household responsibilities and/or childcare.
- We find each other endlessly interesting and always look forward to spending time together talking and sharing ideas.
- We have deep trust, respect, and admiration for each other.
- We have a wonderful sex life.
- We are both very affectionate and love to hold, cuddle, and kiss.
- We share common spiritual values.
- We have the same religion.
- Other - add your own.
We each have the right to decide what is most important to us in a relationship. If you find that you are not in a healthy relationship, don't despair! By doing your own Inner Bonding work, there is a good possibility that you CAN heal your relationship.
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