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I do not serve and love myself, but I serve and love my girlfriend. Likewise, she does not serve and love herself, but she serves and loves me. We rely on each other for service and love. We have a selfless devotion. Is that healthy? Explain.

Answer from our relationship trained AI Couple Coach:


April 3, 2024

While it's natural to want to prioritize the well-being and happiness of your partner in a relationship, relying solely on each other for validation, fulfillment, and self-worth can potentially lead to codependency and imbalance. Healthy relationships are built on a foundation of mutual respect, reciprocity, and individual autonomy, where each partner maintains a sense of self-worth, identity, and purpose independent of the relationship. It's essential for both partners to cultivate self-love, self-care, and self-fulfillment as individuals in order to contribute fully to the relationship and sustain its health and vitality.


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