Remember That Healthy Relationship Don’t Just Happen!
Healthy relationships take time and effort! Healthy relationships are one of the best things in life, yet a relationship is sometimes one of the hardest ships to sail without ending up crashing into the rocks because of poor navigation. God’s word has much to share when it comes to relationships with one another. Do the relationships that you are involved in reflect what Jesus taught in the Bible?
Take time to check out this page and then open your Bible to learn more about healthy relationships. Following teachings of the Bible and considering your friend’s interests higher than your own is also important. ~ Bill Greguska
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When it Comes to Healthy Relationships…
Where do You Stand?
- I hate being single?
- I’m content with being single?
- I have never been married, but I am hoping to be married someday?
- I have been married and divorced, and I never want to get married again?
- I have been married and divorced and I like to possibly get married again?
Encouragement for Healthy Relationships!
Think about just how valuable your relationship is with those you care about and be sure to let them know how you feel about them. Remember good times and memories that you have had together. Bring them up in conversation and try to recreate them.
Be quick to forgive and overlook things. Try to listen as much or more than you talk in your healthy relationships. Take clues either verbal or non-verbal about how your friend is feeling or what they are thinking.
Be in touch with not only your feelings but a sense of others people’s feeling that you consider close friends. Ask questions and offer help when you think they would not mind.
Are You Involved in Healthy Relationships?
Philippians 2:5 In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus:
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People should accept being single because those are the moments you can really focus on yourself and learning who you are. Then when you get in a relationship, you will be stronger and have a little bit more self-awareness, self-love, and the other ingredients for a healthy relationship. ~ Lauren London
Philippians 2:3 Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves.