Excluding the physical aspect of it, what is your definition of a healthy romantic relationship?


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Jaimie JT answered

My definition of a healthy realationship ( and I've had lots of unhealthy ones ) is being with someone who accepts your past , supports your present , and encourages your future. Also it's important to be with someone who makes you laugh !! A LOT !! And if he buys you a pony that's gravy .. Pony optional .. Kinda. The first part of my answer is what matters though . I still want a pony 😡

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Arthur Wright , Florida Paralegal with a BS degree in Social-Psychology, answered

One that withstands the test of time with all its challenges

Bikergirl Anonymous Profile

Profound, complex and simplistic all at the same time.

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DDX Project answered

Personal space. I've seen way too many relationships go downhill due to one person being way too clingy. You're two different person. If anything, it may be your minor differences that brought you two together. Nobody wants to spend the rest of their life with their exact clone. With that there are different needs and different interests that each person should address. 

Many people won't agree that alone time is healthy in a relationship. This brings out all sorts of clingy, which damages the relationship.

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