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The only difference is that the negative feelings you’ll experience from time to time aren't negative in the way you've traditionally been thought to think about them. Good relationships come with negative feelings as much as they include positive ones.
Have you ever been in a relationship with someone where you constantly reach out only to find nothing coming back your way?
If you don’t believe me, take it from relationship therapist Nicole Richardson.
Whether it's jitters or butterflies, a healthy relationship [doesn’t always leave you feeling relaxed, especially when dating someone for the first time or being in the early stages of your relationship.
A relationship isn't about being right — it’s about realizing you can be wrong and being OK with that.
It's about learning, growing, and understanding the fact that you don't know everything and that your partner won’t, either.
On the other hand, if you feel like your partner is toxic, puts you down, gaslights you, or verbally, emotionally, and/or physically abuses you, you should leave this person.