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Making Healthy Relationships Possible

   Part of life's experience is that we encounter relationships that fade over time. We should allow these to be learning experiences. There are just some things we cannot control; things that are out of our hands. For relationships to remain healthy, we need to look at ourselves first.

   We must evaluate our actions and see what caused the Relationship Problems in the first place.

   We can start by evaluating ourselves. Because we can't control the actions of other people, instead of dwelling on what we cannot be in command of, we need to address what we can change.

   It's vitally important for all of us to know the things that will enable us to become a friend, a colleague, and the partner that we want to become.

  The first thing to assess is our worth and the value we hold as a person.

   Are we the kind of friend to go the extra mile? Are we good confidants? Do we take our friends' needs into consideration?

   These are only a few of the many questions we can ask ourselves. When the answer always leads to the negative, then it's time that we think of evaluating our nature.

   The next thing is to measure our level of commitment. Oftentimes, we don't equate the longevity of our relationships with the kind of person we are. Of course, every situation is unique. We meet people along the way, and find that only a few of them make ideal friends.

   The thing is, we have to know the cause for the breakdown of every bond we've created.

   Then, we can weigh these against the relationships that have actually worked. We must commit ourselves to every association we find beneficial. What gets us through life's tough times are the people that we've helped.

   We need support during the most difficult of times, and the only way to make this possible is to become a true friend to the people we have in our lives.

   When all is said and done, we should know and realize that we are good people. We deserve these friendships because we don't expect anything from them in return. People are naturally inclined to show kindness to those who are genuine with their deeds. As long as we stay true to ourselves, we can also say that we are comfortable with whom we are. It's when we are happy that we create ideal relationships.

  The truth, therefore, is that life's relationships are what we make of them.

                                                                                       Richard Rossbauer
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