It is how you treat one another in your day to day life and it is a big deal. This quality in a relationship allows you to be open and honest with your mate.
When you have free time you look for ways to spend it with your mate. You are eager and open to doing things that they enjoy as well as tending to your own hobbies.
If you’ve ever been in a relationship where one party wasn’t able to communicate their feelings or shut off emotionally or verbally at the first sign of conflict, you know how mind-numbingly frustrating it can be.
This is because sexuality is inherently a big deal in most relationships. It goes without saying that a couple should have fantastic sexual chemistry inside and outside of the bedroom to start with.
Couples who support one another show that they are confident in their relationship and give their partners the freedom to be themselves and follow their dreams.
Trust is a slippery slope in relationships. It’s difficult to get and nearly impossible to gain back once it is lost. Breaking trust can change your partner’s personality and their behavior towards you.
Both parties should be crystal clear about how the other one feels about them. This will make them feel secure in the relationship, physically and mentally desirable, and promotes trust and bonding.
This one should go without saying, but there are many couples who love one another but don’t actually like one another.
In order to have an open, trusting relationship both parties need to be practicing honesty. This doesn’t mean saying unnecessarily mean things to your partner in the spirit of honesty.
If you dig your partner so much that you want to do absolutely everything with them, that’s great. But it’s equally as important for you to maintain your individuality in a relationship.