Being independent is not bad for you. However, being in a serious relationship requires compromise and sacrifice.
In a codependent relationship, you and your partner can't seem to function without each other. As mentioned before, independence is a quality that everyone should possess.
Open relationships, sometimes referred to a consensually non-monogamous relationships, are those in which one or both partners are "allowed"
Couples in changing relationships may adjust to each other by changing their routines, interests, style, hobbies, and even friends. In simple words, they change themselves for their partner.
Determining whether or not you are in a toxic relationship is very much about how you feel about yourself within that relationship.
A casual, "just for now" relationship consists of two people who are not looking for anything serious.
These are relationships in which both partners are comfortable talking and connecting, but there is a lack of intimacy.
Sexual relationships consists of two people who are looking for sexual satisfaction and nothing deeper.
Long distance relationships are those in which partners live a significant enough distance from one another that they cannot be together physically without expense, planning, or inconvenience.