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The Number 1 Rule For Healthy Relationships

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Parul Gupta
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The Number 1 Rule For Healthy Relationships

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Don’t tolerate disrespect in your relationship, and don’t disrespect anyone. Respect is when you give due regard to a person’s feelings, wishes, and rights. And if you respect someone, you will trust them with your life as well.

Relationships can be tricky, and I don’t mean only those with your partner or spouse. Relationships with your family and friends are equally important, and can be difficult to manage. The number one rule for any healthy relationship is trust and respect.

Don’t tolerate disrespect in your relationship, and don’t disrespect anyone. Respect is when you give due regard to a person’s feelings, wishes, and rights. And if you respect someone, you will trust them with your life as well.

I remember, as a teenager, I was a complete rebel. I saw my dad as an authoritarian figure, who just didn’t understand what I was going through, and never listened to me. What would follow were endless screaming matches, and statements such as ‘I don’t like you’ and ‘Leave me alone’. But that didn’t mean I didn’t respect him for the awesome person he is. He is always the first one to reach if someone needs help; he was always there when I was going overboard. My respect for him has helped me nurture an amazing relationship with him, and my kids have also picked up on that. He’s the one I trust to help me out whenever I’m in a fix, just like it was when I was growing up.

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A husband and wife’s relationship, or any romantic relationship, for that matter, is like a see-saw – some ups, some downs. But the one thing that keeps a marriage or relationship together is if both partners respect and trust each other. Understand that you are both linked to each other. If your husband is not doing well, chances are you won’t be feeling like a million bucks either. Respect each other’s thoughts, opinions, and decisions, and trust the other to do what is right by you too. You may fight about money, sex, kids, time, and a host of other problems, but don't confuse that with thinking that your partner is the problem. You guys are on the same team. Don't turn on each other. Once the trust and respect is broken, it takes a very long time to build it again, and may just cost you your entire relationship.

Respect also means standing by your partner, friends, or family, when they need you the most. Mudslinging in public is just not cool! People who hear you doing that will also probably lose respect for you. Protect each other in public, and find ways to resolve any issues that creep up privately. Everyone has a fragile ego, tread carefully. Once shattered, it’s difficult to mend.

Now you know what you need to weather the storm, and bask in the sunshine. Remember the basic rules that govern a happy, healthy relationship; work with it, and see your relationship blossom.    

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