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TYPES OF RELATIONSHIPS PART 3

If you are in a relationship where you are happy that is very good. KUDOS to you! The best way to ensure you have a good relationship is to communicate with each other that way you can understand each other more. Here are more details to define different relationships.

Codependent
Would you want to be in a relationship where you cannot function without your partner? This relationship involves that a partner or both partners cannot function or operate without each other. With this relationship you rely on your partner to make decisions. When you are not around each other, you may feel a sense of depression. Because you become so consumed in this relationship, you tend to neglect other things around you. Like family and friends and even your own personal life. You will even sometimes make radical decisions like choosing to go on a sudden event that your partner wants to go, even you and your family or friends have planned to do things for a long time. Some partner goes to the extreme to resign from their jobs just so that they may spend more time with your partner.
 
Dominating/Controlling
In this type of relationship,  one of the partners will be the dominator that set the rules and the other will always follow. In this type of relationship you may not realize that you are being dominated for until you start feeling stress and then maybe if you are able to analyze yourself to find out why you are stress. You may see the underline reason you feel frustrated, stress and sad. Something about this person may attract you so much that you do not realize that you are clouded to see that the rules does not make sense.
 
Some examples of this rules maybe:
1.You cannot visit your family or friends if I am not coming
2. You should not have any male friends


 Long distance
This is one of the relationships where you both will feel happy to see each other each time and there will be a lot of "Heat" in your romance life. This is may be due to the fact that you do not see each other often so you tend look forward in seeing this person. Most times you may even feel like you are going on a vacation each time  you are going to visit each other and if you are a person that loves adventure and love travelling, this will even be what you want. You may even convince yourself that this will work and this is what you want. After a while you may get tired of moving from one location to the other to visit, you may even start missing out on events and things going on back home. Even the cost of travelling may start to increase and this may start to dither you from wanting to go on these visits. You may even find your self having insecurities base on the distance, jealousy and doubts of suspicions.

Rebound/ The held-by-loss relationship
One or both partners have recently lost a loved one or have a terrible breakup. With this type of relationship one or both partners may feel that going into a relationship to use it to cover up or lessen the pain that the breakup has caused. This type of relationship may not lost long as sometime as soon as he or she feels better, he may want to move on or have you on the side while trying to start another relationship. With a rebound it is best to take some time to go through the process to accept what has happen and find yourself again. If you choose to start a new relationship then you have to take into consideration to concentrate all your energy towards the relationship and communicate with your partner to work and build on the relationship to make it a success.

Open
In an open relationship both partners are emotionally committed to each other. But both partners have sex with other people outside of the relationship with each others consent.  This relationship works best when each person is not so deeply emotional in the relationship.

For this type of relationship you will be attracted to each other but may differ in other ways such as religion, morals, opinions or integrity. From the outside of the relationship everything seems pleasant, but in reality they are always on the edge, frustrated, or annoyed  and even fighting. You may even bring out the worst in each other. But you still have a attraction to each other and can’t stay away from each other.

 The negotiation relationship
 You both maybe happy with each other. But you always find yourself having a lot of negotiations and have to be compromising with each other just to keep the relationship going. With this kind of relationship one partner or both may start to feel overwhelm and frustrated over a period of time.

The pastime fling. This relationship is where in the back of your mind you know the relationship wont work in the future. But you love each other, but may not be so in love. You may even make plans for the future together. You may even be happy for now bur deep inside one or both partners may know it will not work.




Prize possession 
This relationship is mainly base on having sex with each other. You may call or text each other when you want to have sex. Majority of the time you spend with each other in the bedroom and you are both always on call for each other. You both find each other great in bed and you have a great chemistry together.

 The asexual relationship. Both of you are sexually attractive and even get attracted to the opposite sex. But both of you aren’t interested in having sex with each other. The routine of lovemaking may have bored you and you may not care for it anymore. 

Basically friends Temporary Working hard    
You’re a “power couple.” Or at least, you think you are. What you really are is this: two people who do not know how or are not willing to compromise and sacrifice for the relationship. You always put yourself ahead of your partner, and visa versa. You’re both highly focused on your careers, or your own separate social lives. You essentially just meet up when it’s convenient for both of you. But love is not a priority.


So now that you have more information of the types of relationships you can have through out your life, at what phase are you?

Are you feeling content and happy the way your life is?

If you are not happy do not just read this and continue your life miserable, take a stand for what you believe in! Take a stand for what you know you are worth and you deserve much better.

For those that are happy I am HAPPY for you. Keep it us to build and communicate in your relationship.

Always remember that not all relationships you experience will be a pleasant one.Some persons maybe unfaithful, unkind, selfish. You can then find someone perfect for you and that is good. Compatibility plays a vital role to determine if a relationship is going to be a bad one or end up good. It is good to get to know someone more, to see if your values, morals, faith and belief are the same or even similar. Here you will get to know if he or she may be someone that you can live with and spend your entire life with. When you learn in a relationship to give and take and balance each other then a relationship can work. Please do not think a compatible relationship means that both of you have to be perfect. NO things can happen but how you both handle things and resolve your problems will make a difference.
A compatibility relationship does exist with many people.  This may due to the similarity in values, morals, religions, a good communication and respect between each partners. 


7 #8[Read: Easy and sexy ways to make married sex feel like a one night stand]#9 The trophy relationship. You’re dating your partner because it makes you look better or gives you something materialistic in return. Gold diggers and men with trophy wives are the best fit for this type of relationship. The love in this relationship may be true, but the foundation of the relationship is built on shallow material ground instead of romantic compatibility.
#10 The sexual affair. You’re in the relationship only for the sex. There’s no emotional connection and you just don’t care about building the love. You’re sexually infatuated by your partner, and you don’t care how they treat you as long as you get physical intimacy. [Read: Is he interested in you for all the wrong reasons?]#11 The distracted relationship. Many college sweethearts experience this type of relationship several years down the road. Both partners are in love, but completely invisible to each other. They’re too focused on their careers or the kids to give enough time to each other.#12 The imperfect relationship. You know your relationship isn’t perfect, but you don’t really want to change it. You don’t complain, because you’ve accepted your partner and your life to be less than perfect. And you feel you can’t change anything even if you want to.#13 The unhappy relationship. You’re not happy in your relationship, but you’re still staying back, not for love, but for something else, like your kids or what society will think of you.#14 The long distance relationship. Both of you love each other and are connected to each other emotionally. But physically, both of you live in two different area codes and share minimal physical intimacy. You’d have to deal with insecurities and jealously, and several bouts of suspicion now and then. [Read: How to make a long distance relationship work in your favor]#15 The complicated relationship. Complicated relationships are the trickiest kind of relationships. Both partners may know that things aren’t perfect in loveland, either because of the involvement of a third person, or because of the incompatibility, but yet both of you have no idea how to fix the issue or deal with it. [Read: How to deal with a complicated relationship]#16 The emotional relationship. This is the kind of secret affair you have with someone other than your own partner. You may not realize you’re falling for this person, but you’d be completely addicted to them in reality. So much so, that you’d willingly jeopardize your own perfect relationship to be with this other person. [Read: 18 emotional affairs signs you probably didn’t notice]#17 Friends with benefits. The friends with benefits relationship is a completely no strings attached agreement between two people, where there’s sexual intimacy and nothing more. But almost every single time, one or both partners end up falling in love. The fact that both of you only hooked up for casual sex in the first place makes it very easy for both of you to feel insecure in this relationship. [Read: 25 friends with benefits rules to remember]#18 The love-hate relationship. There’s loads of chemistry and sexual attraction in this relationship. But as much as there is love and passion, there’s the same amount of hate and frustration. Both of you are crazy about each other, and yet, can’t stand each other at times. This can be fun for a while, but unless both of you fix the issue, it’ll start to get very tiresome in the long run.#19 The insecure relationship. Both of you may lead your own independent lives and have your own friends. And as much as you try to convince your partner that you’re loyal, your partner may always assume you’re cheating or are interested in someone else. You can help your partner to a certain extent, but beyond a point, you can’t do much but let go. [Read: How to handle insecurity in a relationship]#20 The abusive relationship. This is the kind of relationship where one partner holds the reins and controls the other partner, either verbally or physically. If a partner ever tries to control you or uses their hand on you, walk away at the very first instance. As hard as it may seem, you have no choice here. You could try to convince yourself that it was a one-off incident, but it almost never is.#21 May December relationships. Are you in a relationship with someone who’s at least a decade and a half older or younger than you? Then you’d qualify for the May December romance. Compatibility matters here, but beyond that, you still need to learn to deal with different expectations from each other, family, and the views of your friends.#22 The sacrificial relationship. This is unconditional love in its worst form. You’re dating someone you truly love with all your heart, but your partner doesn’t seem to love you with the same intensity as you love them. And even if both of you are really nice people who are perfect for each other, this kind of relationship will only lead to bitter fights and helpless tears. [Read: Things to know before you make someone a priority in your life]#23 The truly compatible romance. This is the hardest type of relationship to find. But then again, this is the only definition of a perfectly romantic relationship. Both of you are compatible and completely understand each other, and accept each other for who both of you are. There’s love in the air, and everyone else is envious of your relationship. [Read: How to be a happy couple that’s envied by all other couples]So now that you know the 23 different types of relationships you can ever experience, which kind of love are you in right now? If it’s the kind you’re not too happy about, do something about it. If it’s the happy kind of love, sheesh, stop rubbing it in, will you?!