You’re in a very happy place at the moment. Your relationship is at a stage wherein you have established some sense of comfort and consistency. You are stable and you are going strong. There are no signs of slowing down and you feel like you are currently unstoppable. It’s as if you’re caught in a dream and you’re anxious about waking up from this euphoria that you are in.
It all seems a little too good to be true and now you’re left to worry about the prospect of a harsh rain cloud being just around the corner. You don’t think that something seemingly as perfect as this could possibly last for so long. You think this kind of consistent happiness just isn’t sustainable. And that’s a normal mindset to have when you’re in a really happy relationship. You shouldn’t feel bad about seeing the possible bad out of the good at all. It’s perfectly common for people to want to brace for the bad times in case they come.
You don’t want to be that person who gets blindsided by euphoria. If something is wrong in your relationship, you want to know about it so that you can correct it right away. But that’s just the thing. Everything seems just a little too perfect right now and you’re left feeling skeptical. You’re left to wonder whether your relationship is really as health as it seems, or if you are just choosing to see the good parts of it.
Don’t worry. To put your mind at ease, here are a list of signs that you can check out to see if your relationship is actually as legitimate as it seems. If your relationship applies to a lot of the items on this list, then you really are in a good place and it’s highly likely that your good stretch is going to continue for a long time.
Here are a few signs that you are in a really healthy relationship with your partner.
1. Most of your day is spent in anticipation to see each other.
You are both always just looking forward to spending time with each other. You can’t wait to be together because that is when you feel most comfortable. You always find strength and solace in the presence of your significant other.
2. You are always looking to help each other through problems.
You don’t necessarily live your individual lives alongside each other as a lot of couples tend to do. You share your lives. You share your problems. Whenever one suffers, the both of you suffer. That’s why the both of you treat yourselves like a team; you take on the challenges of the world together.
3. You have a very active sex life.
Sex isn’t as taboo as it once was and for good reason: it’s a lot of fun. It’s a great way for modern couples to express their love for one another. It shows that you trust each other and are perfectly comfortable with being vulnerable around one another.