Maintaining healthy boundaries in relationships

Maintaining healthy boundaries in relationships

Clearly communicate your boundaries to your partner, and be open to hearing theirs as well.


Recognize that it's okay to say "no" to things that don't feel right or comfortable for you.


Trust your intuition and don't compromise your values or beliefs to please your partner. You must always believe your partner.


Avoid being too dependent on your partner for your own happiness and fulfillment. Be your own self who can make own decisions.


Take responsibility for your own emotions and reactions instead of blaming your partner. It is completely fine if you and your partner have different interests.


Learn to compromise, but not at the expense of your own well-being or self-respect. Every person has to compromise at some point.


Take time for yourself and your own interests outside of the relationship. Dont forget who you are for the other person.


Respect your partner's boundaries and give them space when they need it. Give each other your own personal spaces.


Don't engage in behaviors that violate your own or your partner's boundaries, such as cheating or controlling behavior.


Seek help from a therapist or counselor if you're struggling to establish and maintain healthy boundaries.


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