A healthy relationship is usually maintained by keeping expectations realistic and flexible, maintaining good and open communication with your partner and last but not least is to ensure proper individual self-care is prioritized mentally, emotionally and physically

Conflicts are definitely inevitable. Even healthy relationships will have some conflict. Rather then the avoidance of conflicts, working together to resolve it will bring about closeness and respect between couples. This will eventually create a safe space between couples to openly discuss issues pertaining their relationships in future.

Relationships can heal from infidelity. The most important part in the recovery is to allow the affected partner to guide the recovery process and not the other way around. This process is definitely challenging, but it is possible. However, with that being said, there is a substantial amount of mental, emotional, and psychological work to be done.

YES. Compromising is a part of all healthy relationships and will show that you have a common goal in mind: a healthy partnership, rather than your own singular happiness at heart. However, we must always ensure we do not give up too much of what is important for the sake of a relationship which in return can become toxic and unhealthy towards our own individual self-care.

YES! Many relationship experts believe that a happy and healthy relationship begin and end with sex. This does not mean that a couple does not need love, however sexual intimacy plays as an additional boost to strengthen the existing bond and romance between couples and is much needed for couples who have been together for a long time!.

Modern HIV treatment and care can significantly improve your health and life expectancy. Many people who are HIV positive with undetectable viral load levels can expect to have a near-normal lifespan with long-term relationships and fulfilling sex lives and still ensure their partners are HIV negative.