What We Need to Do Before We Can Have Happy, Loving Relationships.

The goal is not to reach some destination, but to understand more about what it means to be whole. Perfection isn’t possible, but perhaps your intention could be to become more aware of what you are giving and being, and let it be love more and more of the time. In short, through your relationships with others grow more into the truth of who you are at the core of your being: you are love. https://tinybuddha.com/blog/what-we-need-to-do-before-we-can-have-happy-loving-relationships/

5 Ways To Secure Your Happy-ish Ever After.

“Lasting, true love is not about being swept off your feet. Sometimes love is just sweeping the kitchen and being grateful that there is a kitchen and a partner who is contractually obligated to share it with you forever.” https://www.huffingtonpost.com/glennon-melton/5-ways-to-secure-your-hap_b_4551431.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000009

A psychologist says the most healthy relationships come down to one basic trait.

A psychologist says the most healthy relationships come down to one basic trait

The 5 most important components to a healthy relationship (according to decades of research).

The 5 most important components to a healthy relationship (according to decades of research)

Recognizing the Green Flags of a Relationship.

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Can you spot the signs that your relationship will stand the test of time? Most of us can look back on past relationships and pinpoint red flags — both small and large — that should have signaled a problem early on. He spent your entire first date crying about his ex? Sure. She called her mother several times a day to help her make decisions? Yes. His music collection included six Nickelback albums? Let’s just say that last one hits close to home for me. http://www.nextavenue.org/green-flags-can-spot-signs-know-relationship-will-stand-test-time/

Ten intimate relationship research findings.

Ten intimate relationship research findings every counselor should know