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Tips for a healthy relationship

By Lauren Howells and Megan Bennie

Relationships aren’t always easy. Yes, they can be wonderful and exciting and thrilling but they can also be frustrating and, at times, pretty painful.

There are no hard and fast rules to having the perfect relationship, if indeed this even exists. Fortunately, there are some things that you can do to help keep your relationship healthy and the good news is, we’re going to share them with you today.

Communication, communication, communication

Talking with each other is one of the keys to a happy, healthy relationship. And we don’t just mean talking about the big stuff.

Sharing your day with each other and chatting about what you’ve been up to, can really help to strengthen your bond.

If there are any problems or one of you isn’t happy about something, open up and talk it through with your other half. A happy relationship is built on communication and trust.

Don’t forget to listen, too.

Share your hopes and dreams for the future

One of the reasons why couples split is because they find themselves on completely different paths in life.

Talk to each other about where you see yourselves in 5, 10 or even 20 years and how you’re going to get there together.

Carrying on in a relationship where you both want completely different things (for example one of you wants to save to buy a house and the other wants to spend your earnings travelling the world) could result in you both being unhappy further down the line.

Be open with each other

Secrets can eat away at us and our relationship.

We don’t mean you should share absolutely everything with your other half, but try not to keep things from them just because you don’t want to make them upset or angry.

Remember to love yourself as well as your partner

It’s sometimes the case in relationships that we’re so focused on keeping our partner happy, we forget our own needs.

Loving and caring for yourself is a vital part of a healthy relationship.

Sometimes you have to agree to disagree

No two people are going to agree on absolutely everything. Differences in opinion can help to keep things interesting.

It’s important to realise that sometimes, it’s just going to be necessary to agree to disagree and move on.

Part of a healthy relationship is talking about how you see your financial future and tackling any issues before they become more difficult further down the line. If you are considering taking your relationship to the next level by moving in together or getting married, why not get in touch with one of our family lawyers to have a chat about how we could help to ensure that you and your partner have the legal side of things covered.

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