DO U HAVE THESE TRAITS OF A SOLID RELATIONSHIP?

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You fully support each other.

Whether or not you share each others’ passions or life ambitions, when you truly care about someone, you want to see them succeed and be happy in whatever they love. This means standing beside them, not in their way, when they dedicate effort towards pursuing a goal.

If your partner has a certain passion or hobby, you take the time to show your support, often participating or accompanying them in their endeavors, even if you, yourself, aren’t interested. But rather than making it seem like a chore, you make sure they feel encouraged to continue. And they do the same for you.

You deeply respect each other.

This one needs no explanation: mutual respect is paramount to its success. It’s as simple as that. Because without respect, any relationship is doomed to fail; a lack of respect eventually leads to a breakdown of communication and a lack of understanding of one another’s needs.

Honesty, trust, friendship, and intimacy all grow from this foundation. Without respect, there’s nothing else.

You’re willing to compromise with each other.

While you should obviously be compatible with your partner, that doesn’t mean you’ll automatically love every single thing they love, and vice versa. If you truly care for someone and their happiness, you’ll be willing to watch, do, see, and experience things they enjoy, as they would do for you in return.

You trust each other with anything.

If your partner doesn’t trust u and you’ve given them no reason to feel this way, it’s possible they’re projecting their own infidelities or insecurities onto you. In the “ultimate” relationship, both partners have earned each others’ trust and would never do anything to betray it.

 You never judge each other.

Happiness in a relationship comes from two partners who are able to be open and honest with each other. That honesty comes from being comfortable to open up and know you won’t be judged.When you’re sharing your life with someone, there’s no room for discomfort, secrets, or lies. Especially secrets or lies that are forced by the inability to be genuine with your partner. When you keep things from each other, it erodes trust and, over time, leads to the breakdown of the relationship.

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