Do you imagine that when you meet the person you’re supposed to be with the rest of your life, you’ll “just know”… that there will be intense chemistry between you, and that they will be just your “type?”
If so, then you may be using the wrong criteria when Finding The One. Maybe you think it’s about destiny, and therefore you may be disregarding or discarding potential partners just because they don’t fit your idea of the kind of person you think you’re supposed to be with.
Dating expert, Evan Marc Katz, didn’t think the woman who would become his wife was The One, even after they fell in love. She didn’t fit the picture he had in his mind of what his One should be like. She wasn’t intellectual or ambitious. She was less like him than other women he’d dated. But he was happier than he’d ever been. When he married her, he wasn’t settling--he was finally realizing the truth about finding The One.
What’s really important to consider when you’re in a relationship with someone you love, and thinking of committing for life?
Evan Marc Katz says you should employ critical thinking. Does this person accept you just the way you are--all your faults and quirks? Do they bring out the best side of you? How happy are you?
Rather than focus on what’s missing--a model’s looks or ambition--you should focus on what’s working, and how this person makes you feel. That makes finding The One a lot less complicated, and a lot more likely to result in lifelong happiness.
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