In our world, there are a lot of relationship myths. These are misguided ideas about love and relationships that our society has grown to accept as truth, spouting them to the next generations as given facts of romantic wisdom. The cycle of these love lies continues on and on, reflected in popular culture and the media
Look for someone who makes you better, who encourages you to to meet your own destiny and your own potential and become the best version of yourself
Find a partner who challenges you, believes in you, and is willing to work to create a solid, lasting future with you.
It may not be destiny, but it’s two people consciously choosing to build a foundation of love and commitment. Isn’t that way more awesome?
Have some nagging doubts about your relationship? While listening to your gut is valuable and legit, there’s also the real possibility that there are other issues at play.
First, we need to distinguish normal worries or anxiety from genuine red flags. Basically, red flags center around abuse, addiction, and other ‘irreconcilable differences.” Read more on the major relationship red flags here