Give a Little

When some people think of long-term relationships, they think of it in terms of the things from a single life that are lost in the responsibilities of commitment, such as independence, individualism, and libido. New research gives more proof, however, that long-term relationships don’t mean abandoning all of the good parts of single life. Some of those things are actually basic qualities of a healthy long-term partnership. The key to having a healthy relationship relies on an understanding of your place on the communal-exchange spectrum. Those in successful relationships usually have a high place on the spectrum, meaning that they feel responsible for meeting the needs of their lovers.

 

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