The first months of a relationship usually arise effortlessly and partners feel great with each other. However, a long-term relationship requires commitment and compromise from both partners. At the beginning of a relationship is important to pay attention to several aspects. Building a healthy relationship is good to be based on respect and appreciation for each other.
Explore your passions with one another and try to do new things. That way you will understand your partner much better from what they like or dislike.
Make it a habit to apologize when a particular behavior bothers your partner. No matter how hard it would be to apologize, this will attract confidence in you and will demonstrate the ability that you can take responsibility for your actions.
Ideas and expectations about Family
Both partners come into a relationship with certain ideas and expectations about how it should be. The ideas come from the examples they have in the family or from previous experiences. If you coming in with unrealistic expectations then the relationship is often has a disappointing ending. So, to prevent this from happening you
should embrace all the changes that occur during a relationship.
Observe the change
Observe the change. What you want in a relationship with your partner in the first few months of dating will be different from what you want after a long period of the relationship. Both, you and your partner will change during the relationship. Love and passion turn them over time. It is important to realize, respect, and appreciate these changes. A stable, long- relationship offers a different kind of love and passion, much deeper.
Accept differences. If you feel that It is difficult to accept certain things you do not like about your partner then what you can do is change your attitude toward what bothers you.
Spend quality time
Express your needs and expectations from the one next to you. Even if you know your partner very well, it is important to say what you want. Also, in a happy relationship, partners mutually respect their wishes, emotions, feelings. It is not realistic to want your partner to have the same views, priorities, and interests as you.
Therefore, to maintain a healthy relationship you need to: Be aware of what you want you and your partner for relationship and for yourself; express your needs and desires; accept the fact that your partner can absolutely satisfy your every need; make compromises to the extent that you feel comfortable and negotiate when you want
something from one near you; accept the fact that you are different and try to see things from your partner’s perspective.
Share your secrets with your partner without the fear that you will be judged. Desire to listen to each other with an open heart and a desire to understand one another are more important than judging each other and defending oneself? It means that you’re already on the right path and your relationship will grow in good conditions.
Although some people may naturally be open, kind, affectionate, tolerant, and emotionally responsible for themselves, most need to heal the fears and misconceptions that come from families in which they grew up. Healthy relationships evolve as each partner moves, like the ability to love self and others.