You’re in Love… He makes you happy.. But you can’t help but think.. Is he the right person?
Are you investing your time with the wrong person?
Being in a relationship in tough and requires a lot of understanding. Building a long-lasting relationship requires dedication and commitment. You want to make sure you’re with the right one before planning a future together.. It’s inevitable that we have to go through a few “wrong ones.” before the right one show’s up…
Hang in there.. Here’s how to know if you’re in love with the wrong person
You Fight All the Time
While occasional arguments are normal, and often important for communication, if you fight all of the time, that’s not healthy. While some people thrive on drama, it’s definitely not the way to a happy long-lasting relationship and it’s likely to leave you feeling drained rather than fulfilled.
You Can’t Imagine a Future Together
After a certain amount of time together, it’s normal to start thinking about what the future might be like if you’re still together as a couple. If you’ve been with your partner for awhile and are having a hard time envisioning how it would work further down the line, it might be a good idea to reevaluate why you’re still with this person – and, what you’re really looking for in a partner.
He Wants You to Change
If your friends tell you you’re acting different by always watching what you say or what you do just to please your significant other, that’s a problem. If you can’t be who you really are with your partner, that’s a big sign that you’re with the wrong person.
You’re Total Opposites
He likes to stay up all night and party or play video games. You prefer staying home, going to bed early and getting an early start in the morning. He doesn’t really care about exploring new places, and is content staying right where he is in the same town he grew up in, while you have wanderlust for the world.
While you don’t need to have everything in common, compatibility is a must for a happy relationship. If you two have major, fundamental differences, it’s going to be very difficult to make it work, and odds are, it just might not be the right relationship for you.
You’re No Longer Excited to See or Hear From Them
In the beginning, your heart pounded when he or she called or sent a text message, but now, you’re no longer excited, and sometimes you even avoid those phone calls and texts. While losing some of the initial excitement that comes with new relationships is totally normal, you should feel happy to hear from them most of the time.
You feel worse about yourself
A good relationship shouldn’t make you feel worse about yourself. While it’s only human to have some doubts and insecurities, if you tend to feel worse about yourself most of the time you’re with your partner, they’re probably not the right one to be with. A partner who undermines your confidence and self-esteem, is definitely the wrong one.