This topic has been very close to my heart for nearly a decade. I have had the pleasure of studying the healthiest relationships in history, and over time, I’ve witnessed many of them fall apart. So what’s really at play here? How can we maintain healthy relationships in this day and age when everything is so chaotic?

Let’s look into how to keep our relationship strong and healthy with these four proven ways.


Be open with your partner.

You are in a relationship with your partner, so don’t keep secrets. Let them know what is happening in your life. Don’t be afraid to share your feelings with them. It will make you feel better and help you cope with any problematic situation. You need to be honest with each other, even if it means sharing something you are not proud of. Open communication is essential for a healthy relationship.

Be in constant communication with your partner.

Communication is an important part of any relationship. It’s what helps you, as a couple, work through your problems and stay close as a unit. Without open and honest communication, it’s difficult to know what your partner wants or needs. This can lead to misunderstandings and disagreements that may end up tearing your relationship apart. With open communication channels, you can talk about what’s going on and work through your problems together to strengthen your bond and make sure everything remains as happy as possible. Simple questions such as “How’s your day?”, “What did you do today?”, “What’s new at work today?” are a great way to start a conversation with the love of your life.

Avoid being judgmental or critical of your partner’s lifestyle choices.

When you’re in a relationship for a long time, the need to create drama and tension is minimized. But this doesn’t mean you can’t find new ways to keep things exciting and fresh. One great way to keep your relationship fun and exciting is by regularly challenging each other or by trying new things together.

Another thing to remember is that you should not judge what your partner is doing. We all have different lifestyles, and we’ve all made different choices. So rather than criticizing each other’s choices, it’s better to accept them and try to understand why they made those decisions in the first place. A healthy relationship includes accepting each other for who they are, even if you disagree with their choices.

Spend quality time with your partner.

Do you find it hard to keep track of time? Do you find yourself constantly checking your watch every few minutes to see if it’s time for a break or a lunch? Do you struggle to maintain a balanced schedule for both your needs and the needs of your partner?

To make sure that you give your partner the attention they deserve, you must make time for them. Always allow them to express their thoughts and feelings without any judgment. Then, put in the effort to get out there and do things with them like going on a date with them or just taking a short stroll in the park. You will be surprised by how much this can help improve your relationship.

In conclusion, keeping a healthy relationship takes hard work, patience, perseverance, and understanding. But, the most fundamental trait in a healthy relationship is that it needs two people committed to making the relationship work, no matter how difficult it may seem at times.