The healthiest relationships involve give and take, which means we take turns giving and taking.
Your husband should not patronize you or treat you like a child, housekeeper, errand runner, or slave.
And, you should love and accept your boyfriend for who he i – self-employed or unemployed, rich or poor, big or small, or tall or short. If you’re getting your sense of identity or self-esteem from your boyfriend or partner instead of a divine source of love, you’ll never feel truly happy with who you are.
No matter how your boyfriend feels about you, you need to find ways to love and accept yourself.
Does your husband or boyfriend make all the decisions – or do you?
An unequal balance of power is a sign of a bad relationship, and a sign it’s time to get out.
Trust your instincts and listen to the still small voice as you scroll through these warning signs of bad relationships…After I list the 10 signs of bad relationships below, I summarize new research that describes how to predict if a relationship will last. Sometimes you just want to be sure of your partner.
If you aren’t being treated equally, it might be time to consider leaving him.
Are you submissive and subservient to your husband, or afraid of telling your boyfriend what you really think and feel? There’s a difference between healthy compromise and unhealthy servanthood.
Speaking of secrets and relationships, there’s a great book called In it, Talane Miedaner shows us how to meet our own emotional needs.
Once our emotional needs are met, we will attract good relationships – and we won’t need to search for the signs of a bad relationship.