Get rid of your doubts.
There’s a very popular myth that keeps floating around out there that says when people find the one, that everything in a relationship just becomes easy, simple, and effortless. That’s wrong. A relationship with anyone regardless if that person is the one or not isn’t always going to be perfect or without its fair share of flaws. So you have to remember that even though you’ve found the one, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you still won’t have your rough patches in your relationship. That doesn’t mean you aren’t allowed to doubt the strength of your love as a whole. There is still room for doubt and apprehensions in a relationship with the one and that’s okay. That’s perfectly normal.
It’s an absolutely incredible experience whenever you fall in love with the one. It’s a magical and surreal sensation that can’t be replicated by anything else. It’s a special feeling when you’re spending time alone in an intimate setting with the person you’re meant to be with for the rest of your life. But that doesn’t mean that you will be without your difficulties and challenges in your relationship. There will be some moments where the conditions just won’t be perfect. You will have to fight against time and social pressure as a couple. Relationships are never designed to be perfect because no human beings are perfect. And so when two flawed individuals get into a relationship with one another, it’s only natural for the relationship to be flawed as well.
When you’re in a relationship with the one, then it’s likely that you are going to actually inspire each other to be the best versions of yourselves. You are going to push and motivate one another to become better people overall and that’s what makes your love so great. You not only develop your love and emotional connection as a couple, but you also end up developing your sense of self. But take note, that is only the romanticized aspect of love and relationships. There is a dark and murky side of it and it would be foolish for anyone to ignore these parts of love. Emotions are very loaded bullets that could potentially puncture a relationship if not managed well.
And out of these emotions, serious issues could arise in a romance which could generate some doubt in the minds of those involved. But doubt doesn’t have to be a bad thing. It’s okay to have doubts in a relationship with the person you’re with. Doubt means that you aren’t taking your relationship for granted and that you aren’t being complacent with your love. At the end of the day, you just really have to learn to focus on the good; and eventually, the doubts won’t even matter in the long run. And how do you know exactly that you’re in a healthy relationship with the one despite the fact that you still have doubts? Well, you just have to seek out the signs and make yourself more aware. Here are 7 signs that your partner is the one even though you still have your doubts.
1. You don’t really act jealous in your relationship.
When one of you finds success in life, you don’t act jealous. You don’t feel insecure. You feel genuinely happy for one another and you make no room for any jealousy at all.
2. Neither of you really shy away from having difficult talks with each other.
You both understand that communication is important in love and sometimes, that means having to have difficult talks and conversations with each other about issues that make the both of you uncomfortable to a certain extent.
3. You both challenge one another to be better.
Neither of you are really content with who you are or where you are at in the relationship. You believe so much in each other and you really push one another to always do more and be more.
4. Your partner doesn’t take the little things for granted.
They know that the little things matter just as much as the big stuff. They know that it’s the little things that really make up the bulk of the relationship and they won’t ever take these things for granted.
5. Your partner acknowledges their flaws and imperfections.
They understand that being imperfect is okay and that mistakes only mean opportunities for growth. They are humble enough to know that they don’t always do things right and they aren’t ashamed of admitting it.
6. You both always find a way to come to a compromise on anything.
They aren’t stubborn when it comes to you. They aren’t open-minded. They would willingly take the backseat with their convictions if it means saving the relationship.
7. They don’t really force you to be anyone you’re not comfortable with being.
They love you and accept you for who you are. They don’t really coerce you into being someone you don’t want to be because they already love the person you’ve made yourself out to be.
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