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Balancing everything in a relationship

The signs of a healthy relationship may include good communication or regular contact, but I think the core of a healthy relationship comes from the four things I’ve talked about. Connection is the first and most obvious. Authenticity comes next, because without it, there can’t be an honest connection. After that, a sense of gratitude […]

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Flexibility in a relationship

It’s important that we remain flexible in our relationships. When we meet someone we like, we may have those “love at first sight” feelings, but it’s important we don’t let these feelings cloud our ability to see someone clearly. On the other hand, we also need to understand rarely, if ever, is there someone who […]

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Gratitude in a relationship

There may be many forms of love, but the one that solidifies the healthy relationship is gratitude. Gratitude is a deep sense of appreciation. It motivates us to help when we are needed. It gives us a sense of fulfillment. It is a rewarding feeling when we can truly appreciate what is in our world. […]

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Authenticity in a relationship

One of the hardest things to do when we meet someone is to be authentic, or be ourselves. From online dating profiles to blind dates, we tend to feel on guard. We try to sell ourselves, for lack of a better phrase, and hope the right person wants what we have to offer. That means […]

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Connection in a relationship

I’ve seen many online profiles in my dating career. Of course, the thing I looked for is where we could connect and maybe share something of common interest. Obviously, the more we could share, the more we would have to talk about on a first date. It was always interesting to see the variety of […]

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My guide to a healthy relationship

I think we’re all curious about what makes a relationship healthy. We may think healthy and happy are the same thing. If you’re happy in your relationship, then you’re relationship is healthy. However, that seems too simple. Also, it puts a very judgmental light on disagreement in a relationship and assumes that disagreement isn’t healthy. […]

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