When it comes to relationships, your success at finding the right mate means doing some serious planning. You must take the dating game seriously, as it’s the only surefire way to find the person you’ve been searching for.
Mindless dating – the dating where you just date anyone to be with someone – often leads to heartbreak… for you and the person you’re dating. This kind of dating is not good for anybody. And, if you’re tired of doing it, you need to make a change within yourself and tell yourself you’re done with the somewhat loveless relationships.
What should you do to find yourself the “Perfect Partner?”
Determine What You Want In A Mate
The first and most important thing you need to do is recognize the qualities you want in someone. What are going to be their most defining qualities that will make you fall in love with them? Look deep within yourself to learn these answers. A meaningful relationship is more than looks; really address the qualities you want.
- Do you want someone who saves money but knows when it’s okay to spend?
- Do you want a person who’s healthy most times?
- Do you want someone who is good with children?
- Are you looking for a kind person – a person who would give the shirt off their back to help a person in need?
Write these qualities down, thinking of at least 10 of them. And, when you start dating, go back over the list. Has your date mate most, if not, all of them? If not, they’re not the right ones for you.
Think About Your Own Qualities
Once you’ve determined the qualities you seek from your partner, it’s time to do some self-reflection. What qualities can you bring to a relationship?
- Can you make your partner smile when they need it most?
- Can you ease his/her troubles?
- Will you be there when both of you are stressed out?
Write your own qualities down. What can you bring to your partner that will get them to stick with you? Don’t worry if you can’t think of all your qualities at one time. The process should take longer than 10 minutes. Put your list away and let mind subconscious take over. If it thinks of something that’s not on the list, write it down.
When two people know what they want from a partner and the relationship, the partnership is generally much happier. Sure, opposites can attract, but that doesn’t always mean they balance one another. For instance, studies show that people who are smart tend to seek out other smart people to align themselves with unconsciously.
What does that mean? It means that the key to a great relationship is to be a complement to each other.
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