When you finally find your perfect partner and they consider you “the one” for them too, it becomes necessary to have some key points to look at in order to stay assured that yes, your relationship is a ship worth sailing in; that you ought to do everything to save it.
Your partner may be a very different from you or they could be just like you in terms of habits and such. Still, there are some roads you would have to take together, some realities you would have to invent and live through together.
Determining whether it would all be worth it in the first place is something to know, is it not?
So here are a couple of basic signs that confirm your relationship is worth working hard for and saving.
You both think alike
Even though you and your partner might be very different partner, if you are like-minded then it is worth giving your relationship a long-lasting shot. You need to have the same goals, wants and desires etc. as the same person you wish to be with.
So having at least some degree of like-mindedness is a major factor in determining whether your relationship is worth all the effort. If you both are on the same team, it is definitely worth saving.
Your differences balance out everything
Where you might be an introvert, your partner might be an extrovert. Where one might be type A, the other might be too passive. One might be the realist and the other the entire opposite.
Differences will always be there, no matter how big or small. But if they balance out and create a harmonious relationship, it is worth saving indeed.
You both commit to working towards common goals
Love is not the only strength you need to keep the relationship going. Effort and hard work counts too. If you as well as your partner believe in using the same tactics and working hard to attain your relationship goals, it is a sure sign the relationship is worth it.
When someone believes in sitting idly by and let time put everything in place while the other works day and night, it isn’t a relationship that can flourish into a healthy one.
You both understand each other emotionally
Just as two individuals find it hard to understand each other when they are speaking in different dialects, it becomes equally hard for a relationship to be worth saving when one doesn’t understand the “love language” of the other – the language that speaks of the same romanticism, same emotional needs and so forth.
Even if your partner doesn’t understand your language, those making an effort to do so is enough sign that your relationship has settled on solid ground.
You both coordinate well
Relationships are hard; people’s feelings get hurt; a multitude of conflicts arise and it goes on. However, if both the persons involved are able to work together and thanks to their well-organized coordination skills, the relationship doesn’t end, it’s worth saving.
To resolve issues, you don’t necessarily have to change your partner but just work well with them. When working together breeds a fruitful result, it’s a sign you both can go through every thick and thin in your relationship and that it’s worth all the effort indeed.
You’re both attracted to each other
Not just in terms of physicality but intellect and sensitivity too, if you and your partner feel attracted to each other at that kind of level, you both will work out fine. For the relationship to be long-lasting there needs to be good chemistry between the two of you. Even after time and age have taken a toll on the both of you and outside worries affect you yet that attractiveness is still there, you need to take the relationship as seriously as you can.
You both are genuinely the same person
In order to have a relationship that stands the test of time, it needs to be based upon a solid friendship. You genuinely your partner’s company to the extent that spending time alone feels wrong instead of spending it with them. You and your partner like each other as much as you love them.
So traits like admiration, respect and trust remain resilient in a relationship even after the ebb and flow of time. If you consider your partner your best friend and they consider you theirs then it is a relationship that can lead you both to grow better as individuals. Not many people have that. So if you do, cherish it and guard it.
You both accept each other just the way you are
No relationship can be successful when one of you doesn’t accept the other for the person they truly are. If one person has their differences, the other should respect them and the similarities ought to be appreciated as well. If you accept your partner with all they are and are not and they do the same for you, only then can the relationship process to the next level. If not, it is a sure sign that it’s not worth it.
These basic signs pointing out that your relationship can and is worth saving help you determine if you and your partner have a happy marriage potential in the long run for things to come.
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