A healthy relationship keeps the doors and windows wide open. Plenty of air is circulating and no one feels trapped. Relationships thrive in this environment. Keep your doors and windows open. If the person is meant to be in your life, all the open doors and windows in the world, will not make them leave.
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1.Pay attention to how often you were right about a person or situation in the past (reminds you that your instincts are good.) 2.Decide what qualities you want in friends and partners (reminds you to pay attention to what you want). 3.Observe other people to to see if they behave in ways that prove they have the qualities you want (reminds you that talk is cheap). 4.Withhold personal information until you observe the qualities you want in a person (reminds you that you deserve privacy).