You Want A Partner Not A Project

We all want to find the one, but it’s so much harder than it should be. If you’re anything like me, your romantic entanglements of the past have been disappointing, and it can be difficult to find the motivation to keep searching for the right partner. However, if we didn’t spend time making the connections we know don’t work, we’d never be able to recognize the connections that are worth making.

The most frustrating aspect of finding a long-term partner is not knowing who’s long-term material and who isn’t; how can you tell if you’ve found someone worth spending a significant amount of time with?

Here are six signs that you’ve found a partner worth keeping.

1. You Share Common Interests

When you meet someone you like, you need to make sure that you share some common interests before getting too serious.

Chances are, you already have at least one common interest or you wouldn’t have met, but it’s important to find a few more.

If you commit to a relationship with someone who doesn’t enjoy doing the same things you enjoy doing, you’ll find out that it’s hard to make time for one another.

Learn how to keep your partner coming back for more, click here and watch this free video from relationship expert, Amy North.