You can recall something you did together that was new and challenging for both of you.
You’re comfortable telling your partner about things that make you feel vulnerable such as worries about getting laid off. You have your own “love language” (pet names or special signs you give each other). You know your partner’s most embarrassing moment from childhood. You know your partner’s proudest moment from childhood. You never, or very rarely, express contempt for your partner by rolling your eyes, swearing at them, or calling them crazy. You can list some positive personality qualities your partner inherited from their parents. If you have children together, you can list some positive personality qualities your partner has passed on to your children. You enjoy supporting your partner’s exploration of personal goals and dreams, even when this involves you staying home. You have a sense of security: You’re confident your partner wouldn’t be unfaithful, or do something to jeopardize your combined financial security. When you argue, you still have a sense that your partner cares about your feelings and opinions. Your partner lets you into their inner emotional world—they make their thoughts and feelings accessible to you. You frequently express appreciation for each other.
You “go along” with something even if you think it is not right.
You feel bad about what happens when you are together.
Some people live in homes with parents who fight a lot or abuse each other — emotionally, verbally, or physically.Show you really care by sharing your thoughts and feelings. Talk about sports, music, or movies—whatever helps you get past any awkward feelings and get to know each other better.People are more attractive to each other if they have other interests.Keep up with your schoolwork, friends, and the activities you enjoy that do not involve your partner. With a good attitude, you can have a healthy disagreement.People don’t always have to agree on movies, music, or favorite sports, or even on how often to call or see each other. Feelings of fear, stress, and sadness are not part of a healthy relationship.