Signs that you are in a relationship that is right for you.
We all want to be loved and wanted by the right person. But sometimes the person we love might be right but the relationship doesn’t go right. What is it that sets apart a relationship that is right from the one that is wrong?
Relationships are tricky things. We often realize that we are in a bad relationship but end up sticking to it because we have already been in it too long. Sometimes we are too blinded by love to see if we are nurturing a dead relationship or not. The other times we are in a completely healthy and overall satisfying relationship but end it because we are not sure of it!
So, how do you get sure when to cut the cord and when to call the shots?
While deal-breakers for everyone are different and they are subjective to each person out there. But there are certain signs that tell you whether you are in the right relationship or not. You must be asking, why do we need to know if you are in the right relationship or not? To save your time love and effort from being wasted. These signs can also work as potential solutions to restore your degrading relationship.
Here are 9 signs which show that you are in the right relationship:
1. Zero mind games.
Often with time, our relationship dynamics change. While these changes are natural but the way you handle the change makes all the difference.
The differences in the relationship start coming in when silence invades the space, unrealistic expectations are made, complaints start pouring in, suppressed resentments, grudges build and when sex becomes mechanical, love fades and each other company becomes mundane and interruptive.
We start manipulating each other to sort things out instead of resorting to more mature techniques of resolving conflicts. If you are using love, appreciation, understanding, open communication, forgiveness and respect in the relationship as a way to sort things out, instead of playing filthy mind games, you are doing it right.
2. You both have the same objective.
Individuality is essential as too much dependency on the other person might hamper the growth of the relationship. Fused personal boundaries are also unwanted. But when two people have similar mental set up and their belief system matches, understanding between the partner’s increases.
If one of you wants to grow, accept and move forward in the relationship and the other person wants to stay stuck up in the mess, regretting and holding negativity regarding the relationship, the relationship becomes stagnant. It’s important for both the partners to be on the same page.
3. No barriers to communication.
Certain communications are difficult as you know they will eventually hurt you or your partner. But communication is not just an important tool for a successful relationship, it is the relationship. Listen without defending and speak without offending.
Both partners need to have open and honest communication. The truth is better out at the earliest. Chasing a lie will never get you to your destination. Clear doubts and sort things out. If the communication between you both is meaningful and not argumentative then you are going in the right direction.
4. You back each other up.
You both are a team and a sporty team for that matter. You never let the other person hit rock bottom. Mutual support and strength are what you provide for each other. If one lags behind, the other person kicks in the motivation to move on.