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The basics of strong relationships are not “relative” to what your partner is doing, but “absolute.” Either you are behaving in a way that makes you a good partner or you are not. It simply says “I care about you enough to work through this.” Hold: Almost all relationships need some sort of touch and intimacy to thrive. And if you are having trouble with agreeing about the course of your sex life (for example, whether or not there should be any sex) seek professional help. This acceptance - that your partner has a right to his or her opinions - and the willingness to talk and negotiate rather than argue or dictate, is what makes a relationship “safe.” Appreciate.