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By doing your own inner work to become an emotionally responsible, kind and loving person with yourself and each other, you Margaret Paul, Ph. is a relationship expert, best-selling author, and co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding® self-healing process, recommended by actress Lindsay Wagner and singer Alanis Morissette, and featured on Oprah. Connect with Margaret on Facebook: Inner Bonding, and Facebook: Self Quest.
While some people enjoy being together all the time, some partners also enjoy being with their own friends or pursuing separate interests, and in a healthy relationship, they are supported in doing this by their partner.
Warmth, affection, connection, laughter and fun flow easily when both partners have learned how to take responsibility for their own happiness.
Enjoy Time Together and Time Apart In healthy relationships, partners thoroughly enjoy being together, but their well-being is not dependent on being with each other.
The basis of a healthy relationship is when each partner maintains an open intent to learn about loving themselves and each other, rather than being intent on protecting/avoiding/controlling.
It is the intent to learn about love that leads to being able to take personal responsibility for your own feelings.