6 Signs That You’re In A Healthy Relationship!

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In honor of it being the month of love, I thought I’d make a post about what it looks like to have healthy love!

A little backstory about me: I’ve been with my husband since I was 15 years old, going on 9 years together and 4 years married! I’m not sure how I was lucky enough to meet my soulmate at such a young age, but I know that’s definitely not how it is for most people. It’s been a rollercoaster of emotions though, and if I didn’t have the right man by my side through it all, I know it wouldn’t have worked.

I’ve seen friends and family go through hard, toxic relationships, and it’s often because the following things are lacking in their relationships. There are my top 6 signs of a healthy relationship:

1 – You have a strong foundation

The number one thing you need for a successful relationship is a strong foundation. A healthy couple has standards that they hold for themselves and each other, such as respect, honesty, faithfulness, trust, etc. You must always hold the other accountable for what standards are important to you and to your partner, otherwise it’ll become normal to continually disrespect each other, and this will ultimately lead to a failed relationship. Make it a point to talk about this early in the relationship, or if you’ve been together a while you can set these standards now!

2 – Both partners make time for each other

I will say over and over that effort is an absolute must in a relationship! And you can show effort by making time for each other. Life gets crazy, work is nonstop, someone always needs something from you, but you cannot forget that your relationship must be a priority above it all. With everything going on in your world, there is always some extra time you can spend to make your partner feel loved. No excuses!

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3 – You never stop dating

To piggy back off the last point, one of the best ways to make time for each other is by going on a date! In all of the successful relationships I’ve seen, including my own, something that is so important is to never stop dating. Don’t get comfortable just because “you got the girl.” You still gotta continue to try to keep her too! Remember all the things you did in the beginning, and keep doing it. Maybe try and make date night happen once a week, once a month, etc. Something you both can look forward to that also works with your schedules. You don’t always have to go out for a date either, sometimes snuggling and watching a movie just the two of you is enough! The quality time you spend together is what matters.

4 – You feel like the best version of yourself when you’re with this person

If you’re in a healthy relationship, then you shouldn’t ever feel like you can’t be yourself around this person. You should always feel safe to be your true, authentic, best self. And it should come naturally! This person makes you feel so good, and never makes you have any doubts. If you’re constantly feeling stressed and unsure, that is a red flag.

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5 – Your partner has seen you at your lowest points and is still there every step of the way

We might think our partners are just soooo perfect in the beginning, but the truth is that nobody actually is perfect. Life is gonna be thrown your way, stresses arise, and personal demons are no joke. You should always feel safe to be vulnerable around your partner, especially when you are at a low point. I know for sure that my husband has seen me at my absolute darkest moments, and has always taken care of me and supported me through it all.

6 – Your partner wants to stay and work things out when you fight

I think that a main reason why relationships don’t last in our generation is because it’s so easy to get up and leave, and not deal with the problem. You have to take responsibility for things and learn how to fight healthy. In a healthy relationship, your partner will stay and work on things with you whenever you’re having a disagreement. Learning how to communicate respectfully to each other during an argument will also make your partner feel safe to be honest with you, too.

There’s so much more that goes into a healthy relationship, these are just my top 6 points! What are some healthy habits you have in your relationship?

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11 thoughts on “6 Signs That You’re In A Healthy Relationship!

  1. Great post! Really does sound like my husband except no2 & no3 tho. It’s hard for him to make time for me or go for a date because after all that hard work in the office (mon-fri), he just want to have his own time and space to do whatever he wants. Not sure how to dealt with that.

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    1. Life can definitely get hectic and it’s understandable why your husband is exhausted after work! I am the same way during the week and like to relax on the evenings after work. Is it possible to do something on the weekends? You can talk with him about a healthy balance as well. It doesn’t have to be a date every weekend if that’s too much for him, you can do every other weekend or even once a month. Finding that healthy balance is key!


  2. These are lovely. I too met my other half when young (18 and we’re coming up 13 years together) and you’re right. You get what you put in..I know occasionally life takes over and it becomes easy to take them for granted but your posts offers a great reminded to keep going back to make the time and effort

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    1. Thanks for reading! Yes I agree time and effort is so necessary for a long lasting and healthy relationship. As you said life takes over occasionally understandably but it’s vital to find that healthy balance for time with your partner. I love that you also met your other half at a young age! Congratulations on almost 13 years together, that’s inspiring!

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    1. That’s a perfect analogy! I love the phrase “grow in love” as opposed to “fall in love” as you need to nurture your relationship daily for health and success. Thanks for reading!


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