Are You in a Healthy Relationship?

What are the signs that you’re in a healthy relationship? According to a recent article on Shine, the 6 characteristics to look out for are:

1. Loyalty

2. Respect

3. Unconditionally there

4. Trustworthy

5. A genuine sounding board

6. Dependability

Seems like a pretty insightful list. Three of our psychics had this to add:

“Love has a better chance of lasting when both people in the relationship have trust in each other and are honest enough to communicate all along their journey together.” – Psychic TeriLynn ext. 9625

Readers, what traits do you look for? Do you have more characteristics you would add? Psychics, what traits do you recommend callers look out for?

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66 thoughts on “Are You in a Healthy Relationship?

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  40. n.c.ojha

    when i yoga at morn time i feel i am hindu god vishnu,than i yoga start also see insigt he also yago with me all the calour sarrounding me.very peace full excercise with him i am very glad u also write that pont,thank u.i feel gradully speed pick up,

  41. Jean

    One more I forgot to mention that is a big one – the ability to forgive. Any relationship that will last both partners should be able to forgive in a very genuine way, otherwise resentments and grudges can destroy it.

  42. Jean

    I would also say that since we are “human” and many times will fail over the years in a long term relationship and hurt each other even if unintentional, always being committed to the relationship. Even when you love that person sometimes you won’t like each other, a commitment to weather the storms and recognize that there are ups and downs is necessary to make it last. Most people will fall short at some point or another with their partner on the list above and dissapoint, if you really love that person sometimes the commitment each choose will help you hang in there when it becomes rough, without it the first sign of trouble one or the other may bail. I believe the ability to hold true to your commitment and see the big picture of things can be a great asset to a healthy relationship. I was lucky enough to grow up with no divorce around me and saw good – not perfect – but good relationships that lasted, it makes an impact.

  43. Yvetter Kasaro

    I conquere with the above writters.Love is morally gagged on communication.For me the way someones speak with you matters most.You can easly tell someone loves you from the language he uses,the frequence of communication and its content.After all we felt loved because of the verball comunication.Action will difinatly support the communication and corfirm the way someones feels abt you.

  44. Lacemaker

    I agree that letting you partner grow is important but you must grow as well. As long as both partners are growing, and not necessarily on the same exact path, but rather forward, you each bring more to the relationship.

  45. Angela

    I think this is a great article but, I would also like to add let your partner grow emotionally and spiritually as a person because if your holding them back from being the person that they are meant to be then you are not loving them unconditionally.

  46. k

    All of the key points to a healthy relationship are excellent. I believe there has to be a desire for the other person but in a healthy way, so true intimacy in all of its aspects is essential in a healthy relationship.
    While all the points mentioned here are necessary in a healthy relationship, if it is a relationship with friends, family, etc.. However, the relationship with a life partner/soulmate/lover/that person you are attracted to and desire must have an intimate need/want equal to the other.
    so, shared intimacy

  47. Psychic Maryanne Ext. 9146

    The six items listed in the post are perfect and very important to a good relationship, as well as the three added by Gina Rose.
    I’d like to add that being:
    1) Admired
    2) Wanted-not desired, but wanted
    are elements that add to a good relationship as well.
    Maryanne, Ext. 9146

  48. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    This is a great list…..
    …I would add on three more:
    1. a willingness to compromise
    2. kindness and compassion
    3. at least one or two shared interests
    I think it’s good to, at the very least, have a general idea of what you want in a mate/partner.
    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500


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