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Being in a healthy relationship guarantees your mental as well as physical health. In a healthy relationship, partners can express their feelings openly and bring about the best changes in each other. This ensures your growth together in a relationship. Every relationship, either it's new or old, needs to have a strong and positive base to continue to prosper in their lives. The values you decide together define your relationship a lot. These values might differ from person to person but the basic values are always there. Here we're going to list a few tips to have a healthy relationship for you to relish.

  • Respect for each other: 

  • Respect means to value the other person. Respect includes valuing the opinion, ideas and life goals of the other person. By doing this, you directly become a support system for your partner. Be open to each other about your values so that they can understand your motives. Having mutual respect adds to the stability of your relationship.  
    Be expressive: 

  • Being expressive means to speak about what you like or dislike. Your partner magically won't know what your preferences are or not. For this, you need to speak up for them to know. Don't keep those things that bother you to yourself, instead say them to your partner in a polite way. This way, you don't have to suffer silently with things you don't like.  
    Set healthy boundaries: 

  • Setting up healthy boundaries lets you be more comfortable in the relationship. This doesn't mean to put up sanctions on each other rather this means to understand and know about the things that are to be avoided and changed. Set boundaries for the time you spend together, your sexual preferences and other things that you feel need to be discussed. Boundaries create mutual respect and a sense of compromise between the partners. 
    Have more communication: 

  • Don't let communication to halt between the partners. Communication is essential to having a strong and healthy relationship. Be reasonably clear about what you want, what you like and what are the things you want to get rid of. Sharing your feelings, opinions and emotions to your partner helps you become happier together. Be polite when you ask them to stop doing something.  
    Take out time for each other: 

  • Life has become so busy that at times it becomes really hard to talk to your partner about your relationship. You need to take out time from your busy schedule to talk to your partner about yourselves. Ignoring each other won't help and would only weaken your relationship. Discuss how your day went, your life goals and the expectations you hold towards each other. Make plans about your life such as marriage, children, house and other things you consider necessary to discuss. 
    Appreciate your partner: 

  • Appreciating each other is an extremely important aspect of a healthy relationship. These minor things add up to build a strong base for a relationship. Everyone likes to be appreciated. Appreciate them when they dress up, when they get a bonus at the job and the other things that matter to them. Send texts and notes to them appreciating them for their efforts and love for you. Always let your partner know you value them. 
    Give space to each other: 

  • You are incredibly important to your partner but they have a life out of this relationship as well. Give time and space to them to spend time with friends and family. Let them enjoy with friends to be happy and peaceful in their life. Support them in having time for their families instead of asking them to spend each and every second with you. Friends and family are emotional support to every individual, don't take them away. 
    Be open to changes: 

  • If your partner is getting a new job, shifting to a new place or setting in another city, support them. You have to be open and welcoming to changes to grow in life. Help your partner stay firm to start new ventures for both of you. 
    These few tips might be helpful for you to have a healthy relationship.