The “one” is usually someone we would like to believe is the person that we can dedicate our entire beings to, shower them with all of our love, and spend as much possible time together without getting sick of each other.
However, there may be a time in this relationship between the two of you that you’re going to have to admit that they aren’t actually the “one”.
An important thing to remember is that everyone is built differently from each other. “The One” may be someone who isn’t anything like you would have expected them to be at all.
Another important thing to remember is that love does exactly what it wants to do. Meaning, that if you fall in love with someone you never thought you’d see yourself with, who’s to say that person isn’t the one you’re looking for?
Either way, we give you these certain kinds of deal breakers when it comes to finding “The One”.
If you have already begun a relationship and have been wondering if they are truly that person you’ve been looking for, then you will want to examine these signs carefully.
Have They Broken Your Trust?
Trust is a very important aspect of a relationship. If the person you have claimed to love decides to break your trust more than once, this person is not for you.
You need trust in order for you both to not have to worry about whether the other is going to do something horrible behind your back!
Always keep in mind that without trust in each other, you both will surely leave each other sooner rather than later.
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Lack of Communication?
You communicate in a relationship so that you can understand each other better. You cannot expect them to read your mind when you’re hurt or upset.
If you have no communication at all, then how do you think you are going to be able to cooperate with each other in the future?
Communication is one of the most important aspects of a relationship and something you should have in order to be together.
Are They Mature Enough?
Maturity is another important thing when it comes to relationships. If they are not mature enough to try to understand your feelings, communicate, trust, or be honest with you, then this person is definitely not “The One” for you.
This is the whole package, and what it looks like for a person who is ready to fall in love. Having a mature love can give you the liberation you desire from another person.
It can give you everything you would hope to expect. More importantly, they will love you for who you are regardless of any imperfections.
This kind of maturity is something we are all after. Something we should all recognize.
Are You Second Best?
Do you feel like this person puts you on the back-burner of your relationship? This person does not consider you to be a part of their future.
If their goals and dreams come before you, then this person is not going to want to stay with you that much longer.
These people only want a temporary understanding so that they can leave later without feeling any regret of building a life with you.
Find someone who is passionate about the things you love and the things you want to do in your own life.
Essentially, what this all boils down to is that the person you want to be “The One”, is going to reveal them self to you only when you have become these things as we described.
Maturity goes a very long way with people. If you do not love yourself then how do you expect others to love you for everything that you are?
In order to move forward from these people we think are “The One”, we must be mature and realize that there will be many others who are dying to get to know you.
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