Are you having a hard time finding your Mr Right?
Have you been single a while, in and out of relationships, maybe?
If so, check out the below. If something resonates, get to work on fixing it.
1 – “Need”
You don’t need to be in a relationship, you want to be in one.
You don’t need him or her, you want them.
Whilst this may seem like a small slip of the tongue or overly pedantic, it’s actually vital you distinguish between your needs and your wants in relationships.
2 – “Type”
Describing someone as not your type is a careless thing to do if you don’t know exactly what you mean and what is at stake.
We go for types because it’s either what we’re used to, what we usually like aesthetically or what we think we need.
Remember this: you’ve had multiple relationships with ‘your type’ before, and yet here you are, single again and looking for love. There might be something about your type which isn’t as important as other personality traits you’re looking for, long term.
3 – “Compromise”
Compromise is probably not a word you were expecting to show up here, because compromise is good, right? Well, yes and no.
All relationships require a certain amount of compromise, because there are two people involved who will invariably want and need different things at different times.
If you find yourself continuously explaining your actions in a relationship by using this word, you need to sit down and reassess exactly how many compromises you’re making.
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