A healthy relationship shouldn’t leave you with questions. You should both feel that you are meeting one another’s needs and are able to communicate on an intimate level. True, healthy relationships put forth an effort to address complications that arise, but as long as the two of you are meeting these problems head on, you can make it work.
Now, if that sounds nothing like what you are currently involved in, you are not in a healthy relationship. Or maybe, you are currently arguing with your partner. The both of you may need a reminder that “no relationship truly exists where you never have to ask for things,” says Joshua Klapow, PhD, clinical psychologist, and the host of The Kurre and Klapow Show. “However, in healthy relationships, there things are rarely an issue, rarely a request, and rarely need to be discussed.”
If you’re questioning the condition of your relationship or need some guidance, tap Read More to learn about the things you should never have to ask for in a healthy relationship: