Have you decided to finally get into a relationship? Has your crush finally asked you out? Is your heart telling you to ask that person out? If the answer is yes to either of these questions then you really need to read this to make sure if that person is the right one for you (and save yourself from heartbreak)
Here are a few qualities that you should look for in your partner:
- A strong friendship: When the first few fun dates are over, and you’re relaxed enough to eat crispy chips together in your pajamas, having a good friendship to rely on is important.
- Sexual Attraction: In the first place, this is what keeps most couples together, and even after you have seen each other pee, seen each other weep at sad movies like Veer-Zara and enjoyed a few too many pizzas together on the couch, keeping the flame alive and finding time for sex is important.
- Sense of Humor: The course of love has never run smoothly, nor has the course of leaving your job, moving home, raising children, or coping with tragedy. Difficult things Can happen in your life, so making sure you have someone to make you smile along the way is crucial.
- Good Communication: You need to know when you’re going to be stuck at work and when you’re going to be apologizing. Likewise, you also need to know what’s really going on with your partner. Good communication is extremely important – you don’t have a relationship without it.
- Trust: If it’s keeping your secrets for you or knowing they’re not going to do something even though they bump into their ex, if you can really trust someone, make sure you hang on to them forever.
- Interest in your life: They’re not going to cut you off when you talk about how you want the promotion, and they’re going to buy your favorite moisturizer because they thought you’d run out. Consideration and a sincere interest in your partner’s life will work well to keep your relationship happy.
- Common Values: Whether you agree on how many children you want, where you want to live, or simply that you both enjoy a big bowl of pasta, it will help you to create a strong base for your future together by having important things in common.
- They mix well with your family: Yeah, every day can’t be Valentine’s Day, but an occasional bunch of roses, a meal or even a peck on the cheek can make a difference to a long-lasting relationship in the world – and never forget why you’ve come together in the first place.
- Romance: Yeah, every day can’t be Valentine’s Day, but an occasional bunch of roses, a meal or even a peck on the cheek can make a difference to a long-lasting relationship in the world – and never forget why you’ve come together in the first place.
- Empathy: Empathy is the desire and ability to put yourself in another person’s skin and imagine how they feel. Without a capacity for empathy, treating you with compassion, kindness, and consideration is unlikely to be a priority for your partner.
Kritika is a freelance content writer with Femsay.com