You’re in love, you are dating your crush, and it seems like you are meant for each other. However, if you are planning to have a long-lasting relationship, you’d want to make sure that you made the right choice are you are not dating the wrong person.
Either are feeling something weird about your relationship, or just want to be sure that everything is fine, take a look at these signs indicating that you are dating the wrong person.
They say: “Opposites attract”. This might be true if we are talking about hobbies and interests. He likes football, she likes ballet – it seems like they don’t have much in common, but in fact, they may be very happy together. However, when talking about life goals as the main difference between you two, it’s less likely that your relationship will be long-term.
Of course, it’s hard to find someone fully compatible with you, nevertheless, you must have largely similar views on such subjects as household planning, distribution of roles within the family, bringing up children, education, and moral values.
Dating someone with opposite goals and life views will never give you the feeling of happiness and satisfaction in your relationship.
Don’t worry, though. Everyone has doubts. Even couples in love may have doubtful thoughts from time to time. However, if you’ve been together for a while and you still can’t see your future together, it may be a sign that there is something not quite right in your relationship. Also, constantly having doubts about your partner is a way your subconscious is telling you that something is not working well in your relationship. It’s definitely a sign that you are dating the wrong person and you should reconsider your dating partner.
Let’s admit it: jealousy is a very questionable topic. On the one hand, you don’t want your partner to become a jealous freak and stalk all your movements. But on the other hand, it may be a good sign that your lover actually cares and worries about you. So, your relationship is fine until you see the line between these two states. Though, if you think that your partner is jealous not in a healthy way, and you feel that sometimes he overreacts, then it’s not a good base to build your relationship on. You may think that their jealousy may end at some point, but it’s very unlikely and you will be simply playing Russian roulette with your relationship.