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Healthy or Unhealty Relationship. Which One is Yours?

March 19, 2021 Heath and Tracy
Joyfully Married After
Healthy or Unhealty Relationship. Which One is Yours?
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Joyfully Married After
Healthy or Unhealty Relationship. Which One is Yours?
Mar 19, 2021
Heath and Tracy

Healthy Relationships vs Unhealthy Relationship

 What is a Healthy Relationship?

  • The easy answer is that it looks different for every couple. However, I realized a long time ago that if we didn't grow up with parents who had wonderful ways of relating to one another, that there was virtually nowhere else to turn to find a healthy couple to learn from. 
  • This leaves the ways that happy and healthy couples relate as secrets that many of us don't get to experience. 

But First  Unhealthy Relationships

  • verbal and emotional abuse (name-calling, intimidation, threats, shaming, belittling);
  • Financial abuse
  • patterns of control and isolation; 
  • violence of any kind; 
  • violation of boundaries; 
  • and emotional manipulation. 

If you are experiencing things like this in any of your relationships, I would suggest getting help right away to address it.

  • Also think about a variety of relationships in your life
  • a close friend, 
  • your partner, 
  • your ex, 
  • a family relationship, 
  • or others. 

Each point will work out differently depending on the relationship, and each may also reveal an area for improvement. 

Also remember that no one can do these perfectly all the time, and most relationships have issues in some dimensions.

8 Keys to Healthy Relationships

1. Taking Interest

2. Acceptance & Respect

3. Positive Regard

4. Meeting Basic Needs

5. Positive Interactions

6. Solve Problems

7. Rupture & Repair

8. Reciprocity


Show Notes

Healthy Relationships vs Unhealthy Relationship

 What is a Healthy Relationship?

  • The easy answer is that it looks different for every couple. However, I realized a long time ago that if we didn't grow up with parents who had wonderful ways of relating to one another, that there was virtually nowhere else to turn to find a healthy couple to learn from. 
  • This leaves the ways that happy and healthy couples relate as secrets that many of us don't get to experience. 

But First  Unhealthy Relationships

  • verbal and emotional abuse (name-calling, intimidation, threats, shaming, belittling);
  • Financial abuse
  • patterns of control and isolation; 
  • violence of any kind; 
  • violation of boundaries; 
  • and emotional manipulation. 

If you are experiencing things like this in any of your relationships, I would suggest getting help right away to address it.

  • Also think about a variety of relationships in your life
  • a close friend, 
  • your partner, 
  • your ex, 
  • a family relationship, 
  • or others. 

Each point will work out differently depending on the relationship, and each may also reveal an area for improvement. 

Also remember that no one can do these perfectly all the time, and most relationships have issues in some dimensions.

8 Keys to Healthy Relationships

1. Taking Interest

2. Acceptance & Respect

3. Positive Regard

4. Meeting Basic Needs

5. Positive Interactions

6. Solve Problems

7. Rupture & Repair

8. Reciprocity