Maintain Healthy Relationship With Others To Enhance Happiness

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Maintaining healthy relationships with others is essential for you if you want to fill your life with happiness and make every aspect of your life successful.

However, developing and maintaining healthy relationships is tougher than it seems, and here are many vital factors that play a role in maintaining a healthy relationship with your friends, family and partner. If you focus on these particular factors, you are more likely to have rewarding relationships. Here are a few guidelines:

Love:

The essence of all relationships, love is vital to keep a relationship with another person growing. Without love and affection, it is almost impossible to maintain a lasting and meaningful relationship with another. By loving and caring for your partner, you build a fluid foundation for growth and sharing.

Trust and honesty:

This is one of the most essential factors in maintaining important relationships in your life. Without trust, a long-lasting relationship is out of the question. Endeavour to be honest with everyone, including your partner, and never lie to your partner or any other person or hurt his/her feelings.

Respect: If you don’t show respect to others, they don’t have respect for you, which makes it impossible to sustain a relationship. Try to respect their life goals, habits and values, and also try to support them in achieving their life aims and ambitions.

Helpful tips!

  1. Don’t blame anyone else for your joys and sorrows. Relationships often fail because you blame others for unhappiness in your life. Make a point of avoiding this practice, and endeavor to love and respect yourself.
  2. Improve your communication skills. Always try to express your feelings of love or anger in a way that doesn’t hurt others’ feelings and is easy for the other party to understand.
  3. Develop an attitude of forgiveness. If you practice the quality of forgiveness, you are well on your way to a happy and successful life.
  4. Always try to make and keep clear agreements with one another.
  5. When you have made a mistake, never try to hide or cover it. Admit your mistakes and apologize. This will help you respect yourself and also helps you to avoid making the same mistakes again and again.

Bear these points in mind and try to implement them in your real life. By maintaining healthy relationships, you have a better chance of a happy and eventful life.

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  1. To add to what you’ve mentioned here…
    1. It’s your job to educate your partner about how to treat you so you feel loved.

    2. Communication doesn’t mean talking. It means sharing.

    3. Infidelity is the surest way to destroy a relationship.

    4. Generosity is rarely about money or things. It’s mostly about heart.

    5. Until you resolve your past, you are not free to have a future.

    6. What people do to you is rarely about you and is almost always about their unresolved past. Don’t take it personally.

    7. Until you realize that a great relationship is created by who you are, you won’t have one.

    8. Until you love yourself enough to take care of your needs, no one else will.

    9. If you feel empty, a relationship will likely make you feel even emptier.

    10. Compassion for your partner goes a long way in getting what you want.

  2. Maia Berens says:

    These are great tips. When you find yourself focusing on the other person and what they are doing to take away your happiness you know you need to put the focus back on yourself. What can you do to make yourself happy? What is your responsibility in this situation? When you feed yourself and feel like you truly love you then your self esteem will soar and if this is not the right relationship for you will will know because you have so much self love and would not want to be with a person who does not give you as much love as you give yourself.

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