The first step to creating a healthy relationship is to know what a healthy relationship looks like.
A healthy relationship is a partnership in which each person helps and supports the other in being exactly who they are, while inspiring them to continue to grow and expand their potential for loving, giving, and being happy together and as individuals.
In doing so, it helps to understand the roles men and women naturally play in a healthy relationship.
Women are the natural caretakers of the relationship. This is their role in making a relationship healthy. Men on the other hand, rely on a woman’s instinct to keep the relationship on track.
Men will pursue women in the hopes of beginning a healthy relationship, but once they are in the relationship, they tend to look to the woman’s guidance to nurture it.
If women learn to accept the role they play and not expect a man to do what is often unnatural to him, a couple will stay open to loving and nurturing each other.
Accepting the Differences
When a couple is more accepting of what each brings to a healthy relationship, women can use their feminine grace to lovingly communicate their needs to their man. When a woman learns to do this, her man is naturally driven to do what he can to make her happy as he possibly can.
When a woman doesn’t know how to get her needs met using her own feminine grace, she will often try to do so in a way that is abrasive, belittling, whining or nagging.
These are all ugly ways to behave and are repellent to men. And when a woman treats her husband or boyfriend in these ugly ways, he almost instantly loses his desire to make her happy.
Maintaining a Healthy Relationship
A healthy relationship is founded on respect and caring equally for each other’s needs. When we approach our relationship with this healthy attitude, the lines of communication stay open and the desire to make each other happy is fulfilling. This kind of behavior allows love to flourish freely in a healthy relationship.
Understanding the different roles men and women play in a relationship can help you avoid the nasty arguments that arise when one person does not live up to the other’s expectations. The more we understand each other, and especially how we are different, allows us to create profoundly satisfying and healthy relationships that are filled with love, passion, friendship and mutual respect.
To learn more about how to create and sustain a meaningful and healthy relationship, take a look at Men Made Easy where you will learn the secrets to understanding men but the elements of Feminine Grace as well.