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Is he or she right for you?

How do you know if you are falling for the right man or woman?. He looks good on the outside, he is nice to you, he takes you out occasionally but you have noticed that he seems to have a quick temper. You fear that one day he may lose control and you may be at the end of his wrath. Do you still plan a life together or do you feel it is something you can fix?

You are married to the love of your life but as the years go by you wonder if you made the right choice. She barely speaks to you even though she appears nice to you and she rarely says "I love you". She is a great Mother and she keeps the family grounded. However, there is very little or meaningful communication between the two of you. When you try to discuss and issue or talk about your feelings, she shuts you down.

You have known him for five years or more and you are a couple but he hasn't put a ring on it yet. You have hinted that your biological clock is ticking faster but he doesn't seem to hear the tick tock and pretends he doesn't get it. He says he loves you often enough and you believe him but you can't help feeling that you are just filling in time until he finds the right woman. Is he the wrong man? Are you the right woman for him? How would you know?

If you are thinking he or she may be wrong for you then trust your gut. Ask the question outright about what you can expect from the relationship in the future and the kind of relationship you would like to have. Hopefully you get the answers you are seeking and can make your relationship a success. No man or Woman is perfect but choose carefully the things you can tolerate and live with in the long term.

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Hollyhocks100 wrote on March 28, 2015, 9:00 AM

We all have things that we wish our partners would not do, and visa versa, but when it comes down to fundamental things, love, respect, communication, if those are lacking there is no getting around the gap. Great post BTW emoticon :smile:

ScarletRose wrote on March 29, 2015, 12:46 AM

Indeed those things you mentioned are indeed deal breakers but we can still or should still work to overcome them before calling it quits