I want to know how to fix my relationship so I spent some time online and found a lot of information, some of it good, some not so much. Here are some of the better points I found:

1. First of all, I've learned that the best way to make sure that I have a good relationship is to make sure that I am the best person I can be and never be afraid to take a hard look at my less than stellar attributes. The better person I bring to the relationship, the better the relationship will be.

2. Make sure I pick the right person to get into a relationship with. Instead of just settling for someone because I'm afraid of being alone or afraid of being lonely, pick the people in my life. That goes for all the people in my life and not just romantic relationships.

By surrounding myself with positive confidant people (like I have become in step one, above) I will have a better chance of having the type of relationship that will really make me happy, as opposed to just being with someone for the sake of being with someone.

3. Have the confidence to pay attention when there is a sign of trouble in my relationship. It's important to be able and willing to feel confidant enough to address the problems that come up or if no solution is found, leave the relationship for good.

It's always easiest to end a relationship right in the beginning before you have a big attachment and a lot of history. Keeping your eyes open and allowing yourself to recognize signs of problems early on will save you a lot of pain later on. It's so much harder to end a bad relationship if you have a history and / or care for your partner.

Each one of these steps is important if I want to know how to fix my relationship and permanently  have the kind of relationships that will bring me happiness and allow me to continue to grow and become a better person throughout my whole life.

If you want to have a good relationship too, you will need to take this advice and put it all together. The stronger you are as a person, the easier it will be for you to stand up to someone who isn't treating your right. A more confidant you will have a better shot at picking the right person to get involved with in the first place.