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5 Signs You Have Met the Right Person

Submitted by on April 1, 2013 – 11:49 pmNo Comment


Author: Ravi

Even when you are madly in love with someone right now, it can be quite hard to tell if he or she really is the right one for you. You know, the one that is destined for you? Your other half? Your lifetime partner? Your one true love? After all, there really is no way to tell if both of you would still feel the same after a year, a decade or more. Deciding to commit to your special someone as of the moment is a profound personal determination, and each one of us has his or her own set of criteria. And just like any verdict you have to start with assessment of evidences.

To help you out, here are 5 true love benchmarks that clue you in if you’ve finally met the right person or not.

1) You enjoy each other’s company.

Whether it’s a silly game of rock-paper-scissors or hotdog eating contest, you always have loads of fun together. You crack jokes, share roars of laughter and seem to be in a trance of endless happiness whenever you are at each other’s side. You always look forward to seeing your partner even when you’ve been together for years already. You never get tired of being in the company of your loved one and there seems to be no end to the amount of stuff you both enjoy doing.

2) You share common goals and beliefs.

Opposites do attract, but it usually does not work out well for long-term relationships. If you want to create a deep and lasting connection with your partner, compatibility is always key. For instance, if you want to start preparing for your future by creating career goals and making major life decisions, but your significant other seems to be just working for the sake of having something to spend for his or her weekend rendezvous, then you might just be in for a bumpy ride. If you and your lover have different priorities, it would be quite hard to work it out in the long haul. On the other hand, if you are heading on at the same road and your priorities match up pretty well, then you two will have a better chance of long-term bliss and contentment.

3) Both of you are supportive and trustful of each other.

For a relationship to work out for a lifetime, both of you must feel a sense of trust and loyalty. This means that you can count on your partner through thick and thin, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer. You would also want to share every little thing with this person, whether it’s the good or the bad stuff. The desire to share him or her your most intimate secrets means that you trust your partner– a major element in a strong, blooming, long-term love.

4) You two remember special occasions.

Whether it’s that fateful night by the lamppost where you two first met, your first kiss during that thunderstorm, or that time he saved you from a passing taxi cab, both of you remember special occasions pretty well, as well as those extraordinary things you did together. This just goes to show that both of you are very in love and serious with each other since all those exceptional moments are still lingering at the back of your heads.

5) There’s no space for drama.

Every relationship has its own share of arguments, but the healthiest ones have contenders who know how to fight fair. If you and your partner have conflicts but deal with it with the most mature and calmest way possible like listening to each other intently, admitting when you’re wrong, acknowledging your partner’s good points and apologizing when you’ve crossed the lines, there’s a great chance that your relationship will last a really long time. You ditch the drama and intense emotions and try to make your argument work out for the best of your relationship, rather than for the worst.

Love is quite a hard game to play, and you wouldn’t really know that you’ve won it for sure unless you’ve found these telltale signs in your relationship. Good luck!

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