It’s been said that we only accept the love that we think we deserve. So, when it comes to finding “the one” or your soulmate, it can feel like you’re looking for a needle in a haystack. What’s important to remember when you’re searching for love is that real life isn’t like the movies. That sudden pang of realisation when the main character spots someone across a crowded room doesn’t usually happen in the real world. Discovering that you’ve found “the one”, is more of a gradual process within a relationship and the realisation is created and built over time with smaller moments of clarity and understanding.
Want to know more? Read on for 6 signs that you’ve found “the one”.
You’ve sought relationship guidance
Whether you’re already in a committed relationship or you’re single and looking for guidance, people have always visited psychics in the hope of discovering if they’re on the right path to finding their soulmate. You can discover a wide range of psychics and mediums here at Mediumchat, click the link to find out more. Psychics and their spirit guides can provide guidance and support for those looking for love. Why not try a reading for yourself?
They seemingly make everything better
A bad day at the office? A bad mental health day? Or perhaps you feel as if nothing is going right. If the sight of your partner makes everything feel better and puts the world to rights then you might be onto something. Seeing them after a long day makes everything you’ve put up with feel worthwhile, simply because you get to see them and you’re making plans for the future together.
You share the same hopes and goals
Whether it’s a house of your own, kids and a white picket fence, or travelling across the world and hoping to make a difference when you and your partner share the same hopes and goals for the future it truly cements your relationship and makes the idea of being with anyone else ludicrous. You don’t have to share all the same goals, even your individual goals might seem more possible with your partner by your side.
You both recognise when you’ve messed up
In relationships, mistakes happen. Whether it’s something simple and utterly trivial or something hurtful and thoughtless. Mistakes and issues arise in any relationship, whether it’s with your soulmate or not. The difference is that you can both admit when you’re wrong and you’re happy to take the blame for your part and apologise. You also know that any apologies are genuine, and you believe them when they say that they won’t mess up again.
You let them know if something is wrong
If something is bugging or bothering you, then you’re more than happy to voice your issues with your partner and let them know, rather than sitting on your issues and letting them build and get worse. You then work together and harmoniously to resolve the problem.
Spending time with them is a joy
You don’t have to arrange a romantic weekend away to make moments together special. Even a trip to the supermarket is considered time well spent together.