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Negative forms of communication and behavior in relationships can lead to couples becoming "bored" with each other. Do relationships grow and change? They do if they are healthy and happy.
Positive forms of behavior can become habitual too—but with one additional feature. Positive forms of behavior include the ability to change and promote growth. Almost everyone who forms a relationship with another person knows that there are personal preferences, gender ideas, and cultural differences between two people. When two people form negative associations, these differences often become sources of conflict.
When two people form positive responses to their differences, the differences are seen as opportunities for learning and growth, and the couple will have a practical method of solving the differences and growing from them. That is, their relationship takes on new dimensions, new interest, and new rewards–growth.
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