1. You have a profound sense of trust for one another.
You are always going to need to establish a sense of trust in your relationship. You always need to be with someone who you can trust and who trusts you in return. Your relationship is NEVER going o be able to survive if you are both constantly staying suspicious of one another. Your relationship is never going to last if you just don’t know how to trust each other. You always need to be able to believe and rely on one another
2. You share similar goals and values in life.
The less friction that you have in your relationship, the more likely it is that you’re actually going to be able to make your romance last. And what causes friction in a relationship? A lot of the time it’s when two people have fundamental differences in terms of values and goals in life. But if the two of you have more or less similar views of the world, then it’s likely that you aren’t going to disagree much on a number of important things
3. You both make an effort to strengthen your physical intimacy.
Physical intimacy is an often overlooked and underrated aspect of any relationship. People are typically afraid to be seen as shallow and carnal when they prioritize the physical intimacy in a relationship. But that’s the wrong way to look at things. It’s always important for couples to stay physically intimate with one another if they want things to last. Physical intimacy is essentially what separates friends from lovers