We all know that “they lived happily and had many children” does not exist, that Prince Charming is only found in fairy tales and that “eternal happiness” is a utopia, but we unconsciously accumulate patterns of unhealthy relationships that influence our existence.

We suffer out of love, we humble ourselves out of love, we cry because of a breakup and we do everything we can for people who very often do not deserve it.

We may have a panic fear of being alone, of having to face each other in the mirror and finding out who we really are.“Love demands to be two, without ceasing to be one. “-Walter Riso-

We have had so many relationships, which have hurt us so much, that we are sometimes no longer able to identify what a healthy relationship is, because we are simply afraid of loneliness .

We are then satisfied with people who do not treat us properly or who do not love us.

The keys to a healthy relationship

Marc and Angel Chernoff have spent a great deal of time helping clients build healthy and lasting relationships.

They managed to provide answers to the question we all ask ourselves: what do we need to create and nurture a healthy relationship?

They invented a list of what not to do in order not to pervert a relationship. Here are some of their recommendations.

Don’t wait for love to solve your problems

If you are afraid of being alone, a couple relationship cannot come to fill this void by itself. 

You must first understand the source of this problem, of this fear of loneliness.

Once you get there and get over it, you can act healthy with another person.

Never forget that your voids, fears and problems are yours alone. They will contaminate your relationship if you do not resolve them before.

Face and value your problems before you start a relationship , for the sake of your personal balance and the person you love.

Don’t stick to the person you love

When we start a relationship, it’s completely normal to want to spend a lot of time with the person we love.

But, little by little, we must leave more space to our partner and have ours.

We must not forget that we have our own life to manage and that we must set aside time to be alone with ourselves. It is fundamental to have healthy relationships.

Couples who are happy together know how to keep time to preserve a personal space, they take advantage of their independence to do different things.

At the end of the day, they share all of these experiences with each other, so as to enrich each other.

Hold no secrets for each other

Trust is the essential basis of any relationship. If you lose that trust, it will be very difficult to recover it.

For all these reasons, it is important that our partner does not feel like a stranger in our life.

On certain occasions, it is completely normal to want to be alone to solve our own problems. And a healthy relationship will offer us this opportunity.

But, if we want to preserve our personal space and the other person gives it to us sincerely, we need to talk to them about the things that concern us.

Sometimes we can hear phrases like “I didn’t lie, I just forgot to tell you”. This is an absolute contradiction, because omissions are lies.

Many times our partner doesn’t perform well in bed, and just don’t talk about that from each other. This can lead to a bad relationship because it’s important we share everything with our partner. There are hundreds of natural pills available in the market like viasil, testo ultra, etc which can solve that problem.

So, don’t hesitate and talk to your partner now.

If you lie or hide the truth, it will come out in the open.

Don’t let fear dominate you

You are not going to get lost because you love, but because you hold your love. No relationship in which there is shared and true love is impossible, you just have to give it a chance.

Loving another person means giving them the opportunity to hurt you, but above all to make you happy.

We cannot live all our lives in fear of couple relationships. We must learn to trust, even if we have had bad experiences in the past.

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