9 Things You Should Never Give Up For A Relationship

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Your Self-Esteem/Confidence/Self-Belief

Some relationships make us feel worthy and confident, while others make us feel unworthy. You may need to examine why you're more self-conscious and less confident than when you started the relationship.
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Your Independence Personal and Financial

Relationships may be amazing and loving. Maintaining your individuality and not merging is crucial. See your friends, have non-partner hobbies, and have a separate bank account.
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Your Right to Decide for Yourself Freedom of Choice and Right to Be Your

Never compromise your free will to please others. Know that controlling spouses are dangerous, but compromise and win-win situations are best. If you get unfavorable remarks about your appearance, cooking.
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Core Values and Beliefs

Compromising your principles and convictions in a relationship may cause tension, resentment, and dissonance. When you sacrifice your ideals to sustain a relationship, you may lose authenticity and inner peace.
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Mental and Emotional Well-Being

Relationship dynamics affect mental health and well-being. Healthy relationships with mutual respect, trust, and open communication reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.
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Physical Health and Self-Care

Physical health is essential to interpersonal well-being and resilience. Physical fitness improves you and your relationship. Being healthy helps you face life's problems and enjoy meaningful activities with your spouse.
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Your Happiness

Sometimes our dread of loneliness outweighs our desire for pleasure. We stay in relationships that don't bring forth our finest. Because we fear the unknown, we remain in bad relationships and hurt ourselves.
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Your Dreams and Goals

To achieve personal progress, pleasure, and satisfaction, personal goals must be pursued alongside romantic relationships. Relationships that sacrifice desires and objectives may cause bitterness, unfulfillment, and identity loss.
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Existing Relationships That Are Important to You

Having a few good, loyal friends is hard to find, so never ditch them for a romance. Any spouse who demands you give up friendships is selfish and domineering. Healthy relationships enable friends and family to coexist.