The Principles of a Solid Relationship

Researchers from Northwestern University have developed fourteen principles that they say are important for any quality relationship. These are then organized into four groups.

Group one defines a relationship by uniqueness, integration, and trajectory. Group two looks at how the relationship works. They look at evaluation, responsiveness, resolution, and maintenance.  Group three asks what each person what the bring to the table. They consider their predisposition, instrumentality, and standards. Finally, group four looks at context via diagnosticity, alternatives, stress, and culture.

Read the full article here:  14 Questions to Ask About the Quality of Your Relationship.