No one can be everything we might want them to be. Healthy relationships mean accepting people as they are and not trying to change them
It can't be said enough: communication is essential to healthy relationships.
It is natural to feel uneasy about changes. Healthy relationships allow for change and growth.
Healthy relationships are mutual, with room for both people’s needs
If you make plans with someone, follow through. If you take on a responsibility, complete it. Healthy relationships are trustworthy
Conflict in relationships doesn't mean dislike. Cool down before discussing to prevent regretful words. Productive conversations matter. #RelationshipAdvice
According to relationship researcher John Gottman, happy couples have a ratio of 5 positive interactions or feelings for every 1 negative interaction or feeling. Express warmth and affection
Healthy relationships allow space for personal interests. Seek fulfillment beyond others, engage in activities you love. Balance is key. #RelationshipAdvice
Don't worry about fitting in instantly. Healthy relationships take time and practice. Everyone has concerns. Keep learning and growing. #Relationships
It’s much easier and more fun to be authentic than to pretend to be something or someone else. Healthy relationships are made of real people.