Have your friends ever advised you that it is unreasonable to find someone perfect to be in a relationship? Or that it’s wrong to expect too much? Some people say that you have to get used to being with someone who is flawed and isn’t good enough.
What they don’t realize is that relationships aren’t about perfection. I don’t need that. Your lover doesn’t have to be perfect in the eyes of others just to be enough for you. All I want is to find someone willing to match my effort.
I want someone to love me the way I love them. A person who is committed, enthusiastic, energetic about the relationship just as I am.
Two lovers should be able to love and care about each other equally.
Materialistic things like gifts and expensive dinner dates don’t matter to me. I have no regard for such things. Never did I want a lover to treat me like a goddess.
Endless lists about how to find Mr. Right is useless.
I need a person with who I connect emotionally and physically in a genuine manner. I should be able to trust my lover entirely without any doubts. That person needs to assure me about having my back at all times and being there for me.
Real and pure love is all I need. A relationship in which I feel safe in the other person’s arms. I want to be someone’s first choice and first thought. A person who loves me for who I am.
Perfect relationships do not exist.
Therefore I need someone who won’t give up on me and our relationship. Someone who would do anything to make a relationship work. What I want is a trusting relationship, someone who loves me as much as I love them.
Remain single until you meet someone that replaces that empty feeling you have.
Remain single until you find that perfectly imperfect person that connects with you emotionally and physically. When you can look at them and think to yourself, ‘thank goodness I didn’t get it right before!’
Never go into a relationship on the rebound.
After a breakup of a relationship, give yourself time to heal and find peace within. It is imperative to find a happy medium within yourself.
Your partner should love you for who you are, not try to change you, and it works both ways!