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A Healthy Relationship

2019-02-07 01:47 #0 by: Benny

"In a healthy relationship, vulnerability is wonderful. It leads to increased intimacy and closer bonds. When a healthy person realizes that he or she hurt you, they feel remorse and they make amends. It’s safe to be honest. In an abusive system, vulnerability is dangerous. It’s considered a weakness, which acts as an invitation for more mistreatment. Abusive people feel a surge of power when they discover a weakness. They exploit it, using it to gain more power. Crying or complaining confirms that they’ve poked you in the right spot.” ― Christina Enevoldsen.

2019-02-07 22:05 #1 by: Leia

What would you say are key signs that you're in a healthy relationship? I would say having your own space to do things such as hobbies, I always try and encourage my partner to embrace his interests and go out with his friends!

All the best, Leia

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2019-02-08 09:34 #2 by: Evelina

Compared with my previous relationship to now, I realize that I wasn’t in a healthy relationship before like I am now. My ex was very emotionally abusive. Eventually I got fed up with it and ended it. But now I’m in a healthy relationship with my partner that doesn’t put me down when I’m not having a good day or make me feel like a burden.

2019-02-09 02:02 #3 by: Benny

Well said Leia, a healthy relationship could have different meanings to us. The most important thing is that we are comfortable and happy.

2019-02-09 02:09 #4 by: Benny

Evelina, I'm happy for the bold steps you took. We all deserve a healthy relationship.

2019-02-09 08:50 #5 by: Evelina

#4 Thank you Benny ❤️

2019-02-09 11:08 #6 by: Benny

You're welcome Evelina

2019-02-11 08:27 #7 by: Tavidee

Thank you for shearing


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