When you’re all alone and dreaming of that special someone, meeting the one you are wishing for can seem impossible. The good thing is, it’s not as difficult if you spend the time to determine and find your soul mate’s characteristics.
Though it might seem a bit odd, discovering what you want from the person you spend your life is not too much different than going shopping for a new pair of shoes – once you figure out what is most important to you, it’s that much easier to know which places might have it.
Below are are three traits that form the basis for any great relationship; all you have to do is settle on your desires and you are well on your way!
No matter where you go in this world, the ability to discuss your ideas freely – while being understood and comprehending your sweetie’s – is crucial to building a lasting romance.
Each of us has a particular style, so you must make sure yours is in tune with your soul mate. Think about the way you describe your feelings and share your beliefs.
Do you like to have quiet, thoughtful discussions about the ins and outs? Are you inclined to fast, high-energy exchanges that evolve on the fly?
It has been shown over and over again that couples who succeed over the long term are incredibly similar when talking about everything from breakfast cereal to divided opinions on politics. Knowing what you think is best will give you clues as to what you are looking for.
It seems like such a simple thing, but most people ignore the day-to-day attitude of a potential spouse until they are well into a relationship. Much like communication, you will want to find someone who greets the world in a manner much like your own.
Though there is more wiggle room here, as frequently pairs are made up of one who is more of a “look on the bright side” type than the other, you will generally want to be around someone that faces life’s triumphs and defeats with a comparable approach.
This serves two purposes: 1) it means you are more likely to unite and tackle challenges quickly and 2) it allows each of you to identify situations where the other is struggling and provide the necessary support to help them through.
Regardless of how nice you might think it would be to marry someone who agrees with everything you say, the strength of a relationship is forged when you and your soul mate diverge in certain ways.
Are you shy and reserved? You might benefit more from connecting with someone who is brave and adventurous. Do you find yourself worrying about every detail of the future?
Seek out a person that has more of a “take it as it comes” view of the world. Though it may lead to some heated conversations at the beginning of your relationship, in the end you will find these differences allow you to balance each other out as you go through life together.
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