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Whether you’re looking for a relationship or are already in one, make sure you and your partner agree on what makes a relationship healthy.
But having a healthy relationship with your partner is about more than attraction; it requires respect, trust and open communication.
It’s not just about speaking up for yourself — you should also listen and seriously consider what your partner says.
Every relationship has arguments and disagreements sometimes — this is normal.How you choose to deal with your disagreements is what really counts. There are a lot of different things that might make you attracted to someone.It’s not always easy, but you can build a healthy relationship.Look for someone who: Remember that a relationship consists of two people.Both you and your partner should have equal say and should never be afraid to express how you feel.