6 Signs You’re Meant To Be Together (#4 is so Often Overlooked)

To be honest with you, I really think that we can all agree on one thing – being crazy in love is one of the most magical experiences in our lives. And, the following questions usually “come up” when you meet someone new:

  • To stay or not to stay?
  • Is he/she the RIGHT one?
  • Are we compatible?
  • Can this be my soulmate?

First of all, you should know that you don’t always know if you are meant for each other. Sometimes is just as simple as stepping back and opening up your heart to what’s in front of you. In this article we’re going to show you 6 signs you’re destined to be together – don’t ignore them!

You Respect Each Other.

YES, this is very important for every relationship. Yes, and mutual appreciation requires a mature level of trust and respect (and respect requires honesty). I really think that the best and “purest” form of love is how you behave with another in a relationship, and in that state of respect you get to share things that you wouldn’t tell anyone. And, don’t forget – respect is earned. When you are in a relationship that provides safety and security, you have found your match.

You Share Many Of The Same Interests.

You and your partner share the same passion for sports, hobbies, or culinary delights. Yes, this a great sign for the longevity of your relationship.

You Tell Each Other Secrets.

Can I ask you a simple question – have you already revealed to him/her your greatest fear? Being able to trust a partner and feel comfortable enough to let that person in bodes very well for the strength of your connection.

You’re Not Jealous.

You enjoy the time together, but you also need a private space. There is no jealousy in the relationship because you still remain individuals. There is no strain for past insecurities because you feel at ease with, and without, each other all the time. You spend time with friends and apart. Each time you reconnect it is rewarding. There is no co-dependency or possessiveness. You crave to be with each other but it is important to have freedom of expression and separate interests.

You Fight Well.

Ladies and gentlemen, we all know that (unfortunately) no couple is immune to arguing. But, did you know that how well you do it is the true test of your relationship? And remember – if you’re able to eventually reach a productive conclusion the next time the two of you spar over watching your/your partner’s favorite TV show, you’re practically meant to be.

You Finish Each Other’s Sentences.

To be honest with you, this may sound cliché, but when two people know each other well enough to know what the other is thinking, it means both of you can be yourselves, completely. And there’s nothing better than being with someone who loves you exactly the way you are. Thank you for your time and don’t hesitate to click the share button at the end of the article. Thank you and have a good day!


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