Spend at least 15-30 minutes a day doing something that makes you feel good
Be kind to yourself; give yourself the same grace that you would a best friend.
Wind down at the end of the day and take a few minutes to appreciate yourself
Emotional abuse - Continuously telling yourself that you are undeserving of love or are worthless
Codependency - Having codependency issues can cause you to rely too heavily on others to make you happy.
Trust - Being able to trust and have confidence in your friend is probably the most critical requirement. Trust gives each person involved the ability to count on the others. For example, if you tell your friend something personal and have mutual trust, you know that what you say will stay between the two of you and that your friend won’t judge you regardless of the circumstance.
Equality - This often gets overlooked, especially if you have a friend or a group of friends different from you. For example, suppose you are a timid person, and one of your friends is very assertive. In that case, it could be assumed that the bold friend has the upper hand in the relationship, but when in reality, you both have mutual respect and can compromise when faced with adversity.
Compassion - Having compassion is being able to be empathetic towards your friends during times of need.
Honesty - This is an essential requirement for a healthy and robust relationship because people are generally more hurt when they have been lied to and would have instead heard the truth, then decided for themself how they wanted to move forward. Being honest may mean that there will be more hard conversations, but in the end, these real conversations will ultimately make your relationship more substantial and trusting.
Lack of commitment
Lack of quality time - Spending time together is probably the most important thing a family can do together. Whether that’s having dinner together or playing cards together on the weekends, this shows each family member that they are cared about.
Lack of communication - A family that doesn’t talk to one another about how they feel can be too crippling if not dealt with.
Lack of affection - People thrive when they feel loved, and it is said that humans need at least three hugs a day to maintain the feeling of being loved. Families that aren’t affectionate with one another can lead a person to retract in future relationships or experience feelings of low self-esteem, which can lead to more extreme behaviors, such as addiction.
Always fighting about the same issues
Money - how you manage it, budget, and where you spend it
Disagreeing about significant life decisions, such as moving in together, getting married, having children, or buying a new car
Sex, intimacy, or a lack thereof
Time spent together, either too much or not enough