If you make a wise decision at first and choose a right partner you don’t need to change your opinion or choices, because if once made right does not require any changes. Keeping your choices first you need in your partner what you have to offer and what he brings to the relationship can go a long way in helping to clarify who would make the most worthy relationship.


Don’t make choices out of fear: So many times people either choose a partner or stay with someone in an unhappy relationship predominantly out of some kind of fear. Usually that fear is being alone but fears can vary widely from person to person. It’s often better to be alone and wait for the right person than to make a decision out of fear. Making decisions out of fear leads to confusion, anxiety and a general feeling of something being amiss.
A real partner is not just supportive of your career, but is happy to take on his fair share of household responsibilities so that you both can thrive: A real partner refers to a spouse who shares completely and equitably the responsibilities undertaken together in marriage. A real partner is not just supportive of your career, but is happy to take on his fair share of household responsibilities so that you both can thrive.
Before committing to another person you should know if you want a career or if you are more interested in [fitting] meaningful work around your family life: The first and most important step in any life decision is asking yourself, “What do I want?” Before committing to another person you should know if you want a career or if you are more interested in learning how to fit meaningful work around your family life. Are you unwilling to compromise in either area? Society, your family, your spouse and your job will all have conflicting demands on your time. Balancing these demands with your own inner voice will be an on going challenge, but having a strong sense of who you are and what you want before committing to another person will help you navigate the day to day.
Find someone you can be yourself around: This may sound cliched but it’s true. Picking a partner where you feel like you can be 100 percent yourself with no judgment and complete acceptance is a wonderful and liberating feeling. In life it can be difficult to find venues where you can truly be yourself. A relationship should be your safe and comfortable place where you don’t have to keep a mask on.
Be without stress and have fun: Have fun! The less pressure you put on yourself, the happier you are with yourself, and the more at ease you are will create a space to attract the right kind of people to you. Sometimes it takes seeing a lot of what you don’t want to figure out what you do want. Enjoy yourself!

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