Relationship is a way in which two or more people or things are connected, or a state of being connected, the state of being connected by blood or marriage.
A relationship is composed of many things:
Friendship, sexual attraction, intellectual compatibility, and of course, Love is the glue that keeps a relationship strong and solid.
Love is one of the most profound emotions known to human beings. There are many kinds of love, but most people seek its expression in a romantic relationship with a compatible partner. For many, romantic relationships comprise the most meaningful aspect of life, providing a source of deep fulfilment. The need for human connection appears to be innate, but the ability to form healthy, loving relationships is learned. A great deal of evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship begins in infancy, in a child’s earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant’s needs for food, care, warmth, protection, stimulation, and social contact.
Failed relationships happen for many reasons, and the failure of a relationship is often a source of great psychological anguish. Most people have to work consciously to master the skills necessary to make relationships endure and flourish.
Finding a partner with whom to share a life is a wonderful—yet sometimes difficult—process. The desire to do so may push people into unfamiliar settings to encounter potential partners. Dating, or setting up meetings in advance, is a process by which people spend time with another person in order to gradually determine whether the person is suitable as a potential mate. Determining whether a connection reflects temporary infatuation or true love can sometimes be challenging—and research suggests that there are revealing clues in behavior. One possibly counterintuitive indicator is one’s sense of self. A good partner can push people to discover new activities or beliefs that expand their self-concept. Another is stress: Repeatedly interacting with someone whose impression matters deeply can fuel anxiety. Other indicators include being highly motivated to see the person and investing a significant amount of time, emotion, and energy into the budding relationship.
Communicating with your partner is essential. I’m sure you’ve heard it before, but communication is key. If something is bothering you or what your partner wants to do isn’t what you’re interested in, say something! Neither you nor your partner are mind readers, so how are they supposed to know how you feel if you keep your feelings bottled up inside? Not speaking up and communicating your ideas, feelings, desires, and wants is unhealthy because one day you might blow up and say some things you’ll either regret or feel sorry thoughts.
Be truthful with each other about what you do, think, and feel. Honesty create trust, everybody makes mistakes be willing to apologize for yours and accept your partners apologies.
When your partner does something great, tell them, your partner should do the same for you.
Being truthful and honest is major when it comes to relationships
Love can be blinding when it comes to self-worth.
No amount of love is worth giving up who you are and the respect you deserve. Love is not a justification for disrespect or abuse. Partners must be respectful of each other and who they are for a healthy relationship to grow.
If you don’t have the loyalty to stay faithful to your partner and the relationship then why are you in a relationship at all?
Loyalty acts as a building block in relationship for other values such as those on this list. You have to actually want to be in a relationship and commit to it in order for it to work.
Love is not created by magic, but instead, it creates magic when we give our best to achieve it.