Love Talk of The Week: Choosing A partner

The two-way chemistry

The instant chemistry you feel for your prospective spouse on your first date, or at the first time you meet, does not give an assurance that he or she feels the same for you.

You will make a mistake by concluding that your prospective spouse is attracted to you simply because you are attracted to him or her.

You know yourself, and you are sure of what you feel inside, but you need some time to be sure of what your prospective spouse feels. So, be observant as you string yourselves along.

Relationship or marriage is about two people, not about one person.

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13 responses to “Love Talk of The Week: Choosing A partner

    • Forming a partnership is what comes after two people have found love and excitements in each other’s relationship. Two people cannot just see themselves and know instantly that they are good for each other. They have to relate with each other before they can actually tell if they have things in common. These things they have in common are really needed to keep them going if they decide to cement their relationship or take it to another level. Therefore, interaction between a prospective couple is necessary, otherwise they will realize that they do not know each other enough to form a good team. I think it’s better for anyone in a relationship to focus on the moment and be one’s best ( show one’s true self) instead of doing things that one cannot live up to in the long run, simply because one is focusing on having a partnership. In other words, one should just be who one is, whether the relationship will be taken to the next level or not, and let one’s partner decide whether that’s what he or she wants. It helps, because in the end no one will feel forced to do something. The good thing is, everyone wants something good, so no one will let something good slip them by.

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