Here you are on a matchmaking website, reading a dating advice blog. Does that mean you are really ready to find love? Ultimately, only you can decide if you’re ready for a relationship, and “Am I ready for a relationship?’ is just the first of many questions you have to ask yourself to find out. Every person is different, but one thing is the same: the more hopeful, peaceful, joyful and grateful you are, the more likely you are ready to find someone to love and be genuinely happy with.
Don’t be lonely… ask yourself the following questions to determine if you are ready to find love:
1.Have I healed from the past?
We all have baggage but before you can be ready for find love, you need to make sure you’ve left a suitable amount of time between your last relationship and your new one. And yes, sadly, only you can know how long that is! If you still find yourself dwelling on your own misgivings about your ex, don’t do your future relationship the injustice of bringing that baggage with you. Get rid of it first.
2.Do I have goals and ambition?
It’s good to have your own life goals; not only will they make you more attractive to a potential partner, but ambition also helps to focus you on your priorities. Once you have these set, you’ll know exactly what kind of relationship you want, and the sort of person you’ll want it with too.
3. Am I comfortable in my own skin?
You realize that you are whole and complete within yourself. You see having a partner as something that enriches your life rather than something you need in order to be happy. If you think you need someone else to be happy, paradoxically, you will never be satisfied with the relationship. If you aren’t happy where you are now, you won’t be happy in the future. Only then are you ready to meet your one and only.
4. Am I ready to take off the mask?
You’ve stopped trying to embody some “ideal” that you think the other person will desire. You’re ready to be vulnerable and you’ve worked through (or are actively working through) fears of rejection that may be keeping you from reaching this point. Don’t be lonely any longer.
5. Am I ready to compromise?
Accepting someone new into your life requires an open mind and a generous spirit. No matter how compatible two people are, you and your future partner will have occasional petty grievances. They might do things that annoy you. You will have arguments. Happiness in a relationship roughly equates to how willing you are to accept them for who they are. . If you deserve to be adored just the way you are, then so does your partner! Relationship, after all, is a byword for mutual openness, honesty and understanding.
Being in a serious relationship relies on your ability to share your life, to the point where you won’t know where your life ends and theirs begins.
Are you thrilled by the prospect of welcoming someone new into your life whole-heartedly – embracing their life, friends, family and everything else, and vice versa? If the answer’s yes, you’re ready. Don’t be lonely any longer.
This is the perfect time to work with a Matchmaker who can help you determine what do you need in a relationship, and what does true love and happiness mean to you? Even better, what does a happy couple do together that shows their love? Perhaps true love to you means camping or skiing on weekends together. Happiness to him may mean reading or having long philosophical conversations over wine and cheese. Can you see both yourself and him clearly? If so, you are ready for true love and happiness.
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