No two relationships are the same. You and your partner approach things differently than your parents, than your partner’s parents, than your best friends, and so on and so on.
Despite this fact, though, all great relationships need to be built upon the same basic and necessary qualities and characteristics – love, trust, respect, honesty, patience, and understanding.
Unfortunately, these traits aren’t always inherent. We’re not automatically given them. And even if we do have these traits within us, we don’t always know how to use them or what to do with them.
But that’s okay. We don’t have to be experts right off the bat. Instead, we should be able to recognize our strengths and weaknesses when it comes to relationships and realize that – like with everything in life – we always have something to learn. There’s always room for improvement. More