Relationships and 'The Truth'
But what are the things that 'healthy relationships' as we might call them, have in common? See if you think these features apply to other species relationships as well as to humans.
To begin with there is trust. Few relationships last when trust is gone. Trust is built up over time during the 'getting to know you' phase of a relationship. If that trust is later broken then few relationships will continue.
Then there is loyalty or fidelity. Someone in a relationship must favor the other person over a third party in any situation if the relationship is to remain strong. In other words, the other person must 'take your side' in a relationship.
Spending time with the other person is usually a prerequisite for a healthy relationship. If you never or rarely see the other person then how will the relationship continue, let alone develop.
Shared interests are another factor bthat make relationships work. While you often hear that 'opposites attract' and in some cases it may seem to be true, it can only be the case that these 'opposite qualities' take second place to the things that bind the couple together. Without shared goals or interests first and foremost the 'opposites' will not be likely to attract for very long.
In what order of importance would you rate these qualities of relationships? Are there other aspects of relationships that you consider vital that have not been considered here?
All in all relationships are a big subject and you may expect to find many more articles and discussion points about them at this web site.
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