A healthy relationship is one in which both people feel a healthy sense of "self". Each person feels harmonious when spending time with the other person. Two emotionally healthy adults try to meet each other's needs, and each can ask for help without fear of criticism. A relationship is "created" and doesn't exist until two people unite in a common purpose. A healthy relationship means that both parties feel respected–even when problems arise. To give respect, each person must exhibit behaviors desired from the other person. You build a healthy relationship through healthy conversation. Listen to your conversation to make sure that you contribute good words and actions to the mix. Few people instinctively have great relationships skills. Most of us acquire "people skills" through reading books and articles on relationships–plus participating in friendships. We might try a behavior, fail, readjust and try something else. It takes lots of practice to get along with other people. So here I am sharing my experiences and blogs on how to build a healthy and robust relationships with each other.