By Christopher Anderson, a guest author on DivorcedMoms.com.
There are a lot of articles that attempt to explain how men can be better lovers, better husbands, or better boyfriends. And of course, there is no shortage of advice online telling men what it is that women really want. My web search for this last topic returned nearly one billion results in less than half a second.
Becoming a better man is a noble goal, but marriages and relationships involve more than one person. If we are truly invested in creating and fostering healthy relationships we need to help men better recognise how a stable and mature partner acts. But searches for articles on “how to tell if your partner is mature,” “signs your spouse is emotionally healthy,” and “indications your relationship is stable” all return far fewer hits.
Here are some important characteristics of healthy partners to help other men better recognise if their partner acts in mature, stable, and emotionally healthy ways.