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Valentine’s Day Special: What Makes a Healthy Relationship

As Valentine’s Day approaches, many of us find ourselves reflecting on the health of our relationships. Whether you’re single, dating, or happily committed, it’s natural to reassess what we want and need from our romantic partnerships. This Valentine’s Day, instead of focusing solely on grand gestures of love, let’s take a moment to look into what makes a healthy relationship.

Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed, looking at other couples and wondering if things could be better if you just were with someone else? It’s a common feeling, especially when life gets busy and stress affects us. We may start to question our choices and wonder whether the grass is greener on the other side.

But before you consider making any drastic changes, take a step back and reflect on the past weeks. What have been the real sources of regret? Is it possible that, you have been saying yes to things you didn’t want to do, or committing your time when you had very little to spare. In the middle of it all, you would have hoped that your partner would instinctively understand the sacrifices you had been making for others.

It’s a cycle that many of us fall into: over-giving, over-committing, and then feeling resentful when our efforts don't get noticed. We would silently scream for our partners to reciprocate our sacrifices and show appreciation, but often, they may not even realise how much we are actually struggling.

This is where is it essential that your prioritise your own well-being. Putting your heart first isn’t selfish; it’s a form of self-preservation that protects against resentment. By taking care of your own needs and setting healthy boundaries, you prevent the buildup of bitterness that can poison even the strongest relationships.

The greatest gift you can give your partner is the assurance that you’re not sacrificing your own happiness for the sake of others. When you prioritise your own self-care and establish clear boundaries, you create a strong basis of mutual respect and understanding in your relationship.

So, this Valentine’s Day, remember to show yourself some love. Take time to nurture your own needs and desires, and don’t be afraid to communicate them to your partner. A healthy relationship isn’t about grand gestures or extravagant gifts, it’s about honouring each other’s individuality and supporting each other through life’s ups and downs.

As you go through challenges in your relationship, remember that you are not alone. Seeking support from a professional like Claudia Rodino can provide invaluable guidance and perspective. Claudia is an experienced counsellor specialising in women and relationships. She offers coaching programs accessible online for women all around Australia. With Claudia’s expertise, you can gain the tools and insights needed to navigate love and build a loving, fulfilling relationship with your partner. This Valentine’s Day, prioritise your own well-being and invest in the future of your love life, that way you are building a relationship built on trust, respect, and genuine love. And isn’t that the most beautiful gift of all?

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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