If you are seeing someone and trying to “make it work,” then that person is not right for you. There is a saying that goes, “If you have to justify a relationship, then you probably shouldn’t be in it.” When it is right, it is easy! Here are ways to help you figure out if he/she is the right one for you.
The person is not the one for you if you try to force it to work. It should be easy; dopamine shall flow by itself and there should be chemistry from the start if the person is for you. When two couples click, they tend to get along so well as to be with each other for many years.
Your friends know you well and they know who the ideal person for you is. Those who have your best interests at heart get along very well with the person they believe is right for you. When you want to determine if someone is the right match for you, consider your friends’ opinions about them.
When you are attracted to their body, mind, heart and soul, that person is the right one for you. You’ll want to know their thoughts, their feelings, and all about them. You would want them to meet your friends so you can show your partner off.
You both think alike and there is always a match in core values. If he/she is the right one for you, your core values tend to align with theirs. You both will agree on most things. If there is a difference in core values, you will struggle to determine whether they are the ones for you.
Physical attraction is a key to intimacy. If there is no physical connection between you and someone you could potentially date, there might never be. Attraction is important but you should try not to force yourself to be attracted to someone if you are not.
Your "the one" doesn’t hide; there are no half-truths and no lies. You don’t hesitate to have a conversation about anything with them. They say what they mean. The communication is clear, and honest.
Do they respect you? Once you see someone as your potential partner, respect is the first thing you should look for. If you aren’t treated well, you will feel used, abused, frustrated, miserable and want to be out of it. If he/she is respectful to you, he/she is right for you.
No relationship is perfect; there are always differences that do exist. When you are with the right person, they will never let the differences impact your relationship. Regardless of those differences, they work them out with you to grow closer.
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