You can name your partner’s best friend and identify a positive quality that the person has.
You’d like to become more like your partner, at least in some ways. Even when you disagree, you can acknowledge your partner makes sensible points. You think about each other when you’re not physically together.
You feel a sense of being teammates with your partner.
Trust is a no-brainer in any relationship, so this really shouldn't be anything too out of the ordinary to ask for.
I want to be able to trust my significant other not only to be faithful, but also to make good decisions on his own – to be his own person without having to worry about how those decisions may affect me and our relationship.
You see your partner’s flaws and weaknesses in ways.
It's totally normal to look at the world through rose-colored glasses in the early stages of a relationship.
Maintaining open lines of communication may help them form healthy relationships and recognize the signs of unhealthy relationships, thus preventing the violence before it starts.