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I have written a list of 9 green flags in a relationship that you can develop; remember, being in a healthy relationship is a human right!
9 Green Flags In A Relationship That You Can Develop!
Every day on the internet, we see talks and discussions about red flags, toxic traits and abusive behaviours that shape relationships, which is scary and sad; but a reality!
Human romantic relationships have never been easy! And thanks to patriarchy and cultural conditioning, we women have been taught when a man does the bare-minimum display of decency; we should be praising it!
And red flags are not an issue exclusive to straight couples, matters of heart are common to all! Hence, I have decided to write down this list of must’ve green flags in a relationship; irrespective of your sexual orientation or gender, remember being in a healthy relationship is also a human right!
Here are the signs of a healthy relationship, you should know
Are you going to work with your partner to develop and nurture these green flags? Remember, a little extra effort every day, can save you from years of anguish in future! Human relationships are flawed and will never be perfect, so treat your heart with kindness and carry on loving in your unique way!
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