How to Adult: Healthy Relationships


Sabrina Govea

Healthy relationships


Not all relationships found in the world are the same. There are healthy ones, complicated ones, and those that don’t work out. Sometimes, no matter what you do, they just don’t always work out.  Millions of people look for that perfect someone, hoping to find they’ll have the same interests.

However, it’s not just about that. It requires a certain bond, trust, communication, as well as ups and downs. No relationship is perfect, but some are strong because they have these things. People don’t always think they need to worry about anything because they think they are always happy. How do you really know you are happy until you have been sad?

Relationships are complicated. You need to make sure you have good communication. When you see that your partner is upset, ask if there is something wrong, or just sit with them to let them know you are there for them.  Little to no communication won’t be good in any relationship. This is because it can have a say in whether a relationship lives or dies. People often forget about this part.

Also, always remember that the little things, like affection or attention, are key points in any relationship. These flow into good communication, too, because you always want your significant other to know you care and are still into them. Wouldn’t you want a hug or kiss every now and then? This helps know the spark is still there and you both are holding on.

Don’t ever just give up on someone you care about. If you both fight, be the bigger person and talk to them. If they are crying or even having the best day, ever give them a hug or kiss. Always try, and keep going for them like you would if you just want them to say yes to you. And just give it your all, because if you don’t someone else will.