Marital therapy helped her see what she aspired in her partner. At times the fun, folic, vibrant partners that one potentially gets attracted to are not stable in other aspects of their life. Along with emotional intimacy, sexual intimacy is essential between two partners. A key element to work out committed relationships requires partners to discuss disappointments, couple goals, and communication problems in their relationships. The concept of partners having their ‘space’ is emphasized in the modern era. Some partners acquire their time alone when they travel for work. However, for other couples, partners can seek recreational activities such as trekking, farming, sports, and solo travel as well. Couple goals include creating joint savings, travel plans, and building a home or a family together. Daily goals can also focus on doing an activity together such as going for a walk or playing a sport, sharing narratives about the books or shows that one may have watched. Companionship is about sharing and healing together. In order to achieve the same, one needs to be vulnerable enough to share even if the other partner may not always agree. For a successful partnership, one needs to let go of the expectations and accept each one’s strengths and weaknesses. A lot of what the individual is in their relationship may reflect their past trauma, insecurities, and fears. Once you begin to understand the past you can unravel the present disruptive behaviors.