There are many factors involved in calculating whether or not you will be compatible with the person who wish to date. in this article we are able to see some of them.
Do they have the qualities and share values you are looking for? Take a look at your close friends and family that you admire. What are their qualities and core values? Do you find yourself drawn to people who are honest, ambitious, attractive and have good family values? Be true to what you need and want in your life and determine if your partner shares these qualities and values.
Understand your Attachment Style. Attachment theory designates three main “attachment styles”, or manners in which people perceive and respond to intimacy in romantic relationships: Secure, Anxious, and Avoidant.
- Secure people feel comfortable with intimacy, and are usually warm and loving. Just over 50% of people, both children and adults, are Secure.
- Anxious people crave intimacy, are often preoccupied with their relationships, and tend to worry about their partner’s ability to love them back.
- Avoidant people equate intimacy with loss of independence, and constantly try to minimize closeness. Around 25% of people are Avoidant.
What do you want from your life? You have to decide what things in life take top priority: Kids, career, lifestyle choices. If you want kids, and your partner doesn’t – DO NOT DEPEND ON THEM CHANGING THEIR MIND. They won’t, and if you keep pressuring them they will resent you. Make sure you and your partner are on the same page in terms of where your lives are going and what you are going to accomplish together.