A healthy relationship is a relationship that is filled with happiness, joy, and most importantly   love. Humans are made to relate to others in a positive and enhancing way but it is unfortunate this isn’t always the case. Healthy relationships allow both partners to feel supported and connected but still feel independent. COMMUNICATION and BOUNDARIES are the two major components of a healthy relationship. Ultimately, the two people in the relationship decide what is healthy for them and what is not.  If something doesn’t feel right, you should have the freedom to voice your concerns to your partner.A healthy relationship chooses you day after day and never makes you question your importance.

1.Communication is important for healthy relationship.

Communication allows you and your partner to have a deep understanding of each other, and allows you to connect. In a healthy relationship with good communication, both partners:


2.Sensitivity is Vital to Any Healthy Relationship

A relationship is “created” and doesn’t exist until two people unite in a common purpose. A healthy relationship means that both parties feel respected–even when problems arise. To give respect, each person must exhibit behaviors desired from the other person.


3.Supportiveness for each other

In a healthy relationship, your partner accepts you for who you are. He or she accepts and supports your lifestyle, friend, and faimily and most importantly, he is in full support of your goals and ambitions.Your partner should advise, work, support and help you reach the goals you want and the ambitions you are aiming in your life.

3. Trust and reliability

Trust is the most important factor when it comes to determining if a relationship is healthy or unhealthy. You must be able to trust and rely on your partner, and your partner must be able to trust and rely on you.Dependability is the definition of a healthy relationship. Couples in a relationship want to rely and depend upon each other. If partners in a relationship can do what they say and say what they do, it creates an atmosphere of trust and reliability by knowing their words and actions mean something to the other partner.


 You fight, forgive and forget each other wrongs


In a healthy relationship, conflicts, disagreements, and fights aren’t a deal breaker. Always remember that the one who is much closer to you, who you love and who loves you is more likely to hurt you because he or she is closer to you than anyone else. No one is perfect including you.If you know and understand this fact, you should easily forgive each other, their mistakes and discrepancies. Forgiving and forgetting means letting go offenses and hurts; not making snide remarks at them all the time.


You Treat Each Other With Kindness

Nothing is more important than treating the person you love with care, consideration, empathy, and appreciation. If you find yourself showing more respect to people you hardly know than you show your partner, take a step back and revisit your priorities.



Self-Focus is Key in Healthy Relationships

You can over focus on another person, but this upsets the harmony in a relationship. Instead, focus on your hopes, plans and dreams. This takes pressure off the relationship for the other person to meet too many of your personal needs.





A healthy relationship is independence, it feels like freedom. A healthy relationship tastes like the cherry on top of your already made ice cream sundae, something you choose because it’s good – but something that you do not need.