When I first dated Tom, just by talking to each other I already felt that he is “The One”. Maybe I’m just lucky or maybe I’m attuned to opportunities that come my way. Of course our relationship is a work in progress. Love, communication, respect and having fun are essential to a happy marriage. We don’t have the perfect marriage but we continue to work on our relationship and it doesn’t seem so hard because we love each other.
I came across this article online and I totally related to it. Read and learn and be open to opportunities:
Here are some clues that you’ve found “The One”:
Unexplainable feeling. We always hear people say that you just know it when you’ve found the one. When you ask someone how they knew they were with their soul mate, they’ll often respond that they can’t quite explain it but they “just knew”. You can’t put your finger on it, but there’s a feeling you get when you’ve hit the nail on the head. If you have to ask, you probably haven’t found it yet.
You get each other. If you and your partner just get each other, they could be the one. When you understand each other without having to work at it, you’re definitely on to something. It’s easy to be around someone who gets you and understands your personality without having to try too hard.
It’s easy. Some people in your life take a lot of effort to be around. Maybe you feel like you need to entertain them or work hard to make conversation. When you’ve found “The One”, it’s just easy. You can hang out and do anything and still have fun. Being together is effortless and enjoyable without either of you having to be “on”.
You fit into each other’s lives. Even when you’re both busy, do you easily fit into each other’s lives? If you are able to blend your friends together, spend time with each other’s families and just generally “fit” together, chances are you’ve found something special.
People are happy for you. If you’ve found “The One”, chances are it shows. You’re probably happy and giving off a positive, relaxed energy. People around you like your friends and family love seeing you this way and can tell that the relationship is good for you. They’re happy for you because they can sense how happy you are.
You are best friends. You know you’ve found “The One” when you become best friends. Are they the first person you want to call when something good happens? When something bad happens? When something funny happens? They should be your “go-to” person for just about everything.
You’re there for each other no matter what. Do you and your partner support each other through thick and thin? Do you have their back and do they have yours? If so, then they could definitely be “The One”. When you’re able to support each other through all of life’s ups and downs, highs and lows, you’ve definitely got a good thing going.
For singles, now that you know when the person is going to be “The One”, it’s time to start to meeting prospects. Like what I always say, waley si prince charming sa loob ng balur. Lumabas ka! LOL
Meet new people and go outside of your circle. Tom was waaaay out of my circle and if I didn’t go out with him (I was initially apprehensive to go on a date with him, read our love story here), I wouldn’t have found “The One”.
To those who already found their soul mate, never let go and keep them for life.