Four Benefits Of Healthy Relationships

Let’s put the ‘men/women are trash’ movements to one side for a moment. As humans, the relationships that we form with others our vital to our emotional wellbeing and our survival. As bold as the latter term may seem, most of us are familiar with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. We all need to feel like we belong, we thrive on developing intimate relationships in many forms and these kinds of interactions are proven to motivate behaviour. We all need to feel valued from time to time and there’s nothing wrong with that.

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In this post, I’m going to be sharing four benefits of healthy relationships. Before I start, I want you all to remember that healthy relationships breed love, support, encouragement, trust and most importantly respect:

Less Stress

It has been scientifically proven that healthy relationships significantly reduce stress levels. Stress can negatively affect relationships in a variety of ways. Being with someone who makes you happy naturally promotes a sense of inner peace. Emotions are contagious so in order to experience positive emotions, be around positive people. Nobody wants to experience stress in any capacity and couples in healthy relationships are able to resolve their issues in a fair manner. Remember that a relationship should be your safe haven.


Support During Tough Times

A lot of single people may say that the one thing they miss about being in a relationship is having someone to talk to. There is nothing like coming home from a hard day’s work to the loving arms of an significant other. Emotional support from the person that you love can instantly lift your mood. I’m a firm believer that ‘love is best rooted in friendship’ so you should be able to talk to your partner about anything. We all have our bad moments in life and having a strong source of support is one of the best ways to move forward.

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Personal Growth

Being in the right relationship does create room for personal growth. One of the benefits is that both parties will be encouraging each other to grow and flourish. A supportive partner will want to see you do well and they will be willing to help you in any way. Your partner’s happiness should be yours and vice versa. One of the saddest occurrences in a union is when someone enters a relationship and tones themselves down because their partner is uncomfortable with it. This is why it is important to work on yourself before you allow someone else into the picture. You are looking to be complimented and not completed! This may differ with senior dating because the older you get, the more you may expect.

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Sharing Wonderful Memories

Last but not least, being part of a healthy union allows you to reminisce on all the wonderful times you have had together. This helps especially when things aren’t 100% perfect. It is an effective strategy for happiness in a relationship. Your shared memories might be a vacation you took together or something as simple as an evening when you cooked together and watched a movie. The little things mean a lot so don’t take memories for granted. Plus, the more experiences you’ve shared in your relationship, the more you learn about each other, it’s a lovely process.


If you are a millenial in the Midlands, who is new to the dating game, check out this Derbyshire Dating Site. There are many dating sites in Derbyshire  so if you are looking to build a special bond with someone, you’ll have access to a number of tools to help you find your perfect match.

What do you think are benefits of a healthy relationship?

Kel xo



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Its Kelle's Space

I'm Kelle and I am a Blogger and Content Writer based in London. I launched Its Kelle’s Space on December 2017 because I wanted to create a platform where women felt educated, inspired and empowered.

4 thoughts on “Four Benefits Of Healthy Relationships

  1. This is a lovely post 😊 getting into a healthy relationship made me realise how unhealthy my past ones were! It makes such a difference to your wellbeing and happiness. Thanks for sharing!

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