10 Signs Your Relationship Is Healthy
English novelist, essayist, lyricist, and screenwriter, Nick Hornby, once said, “It’s no good pretending that any relationship has a future if your record collections disagree violently or if your favorite films wouldn’t even speak to each other if they met at a party.”
Hornby couldn’t be more right with this thought. So, let’s go ahead and see what other things make up a healthy relationship, aside from the two essentials – good movies and quality music.
1. Having the same Goals
Much like having a determined goal in life is crucial for an individual, having similar interest can make your relationship work.
Many a research on successful marriage and relationship has shown that couples who strive for the same or similar things in life definitely stay together longer.
Of course, your goals don’t have to be exactly the same, nor should they be, but the crucial thing is that your values and morals are on the same page, and that you share the vision of your future together, as these are among the most important things that will shape up your life together.
If you notice you have some serious differences that may cause problems in the near or distant future, talk to your partner and both write down 3 key things you want out of life, and go from there.