Are You Treated the Way You Deserve In Your Relationship? – 8 Ways to Check

Are You Treated the Way You Deserve In Your Relationship? – 8 Ways to Check

5. There is consistent mutual support

In a healthy relationship, both people are there physically and emotionally for each other. If there is anything sure about life, it’s that you never know what it will bring, so having a supportive partner can reduce a great deal of stress and lead to an overall healthier you.

6. Your partner does not become jealous of you or others

If your partner is frequently jealous of your time and especially those who you spend time with when you’re away, it could be a sign that you’re not being treated right. Watch out for signs of your partner using manipulation to keep you home or with them at all times.

7. There isn’t too much conflict

We’ve all seen relationships where it seems a miracle the couple has stayed together more than two hours, but sometimes we can feel it’s our own relationship that is constantly on the rocks. Bickering, fighting, and arguing on a consistent basis means you need to evaluate the bedrock of your relationship to see what is faltering.

8. There’s no history of cheating

A partner that has cheated in the past and has displayed habits that seem similar to cheating means they are not investing their mind and heart into you. Cheating is a hard habit to break and sometimes an even harder one to catch, and while excuses may tempt you to stay with the one you love, it definitely isn’t a sign of being treated right.

Overall, since every relationship is different, each of these points can take on separate forms. For one relationship, conflict may be much more minimal than another. You are the best barometer of what is normal in your relationship. That said, it is also beneficial to have an outside source help you discern if normal is unhealthy or if any new interactions are a sign of not being treated well.

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