When it comes to looking for a partner it is important to have a goal in mind. When you set a vision for the kind of mate that you would like, it helps you narrow your choices and avoid losing time on people that aren’t a great match.
Although love is quite unexpected and we aren’t able to harness it, you can still maintain a certain level of control by making sure that you are only investing your time in potential partners who have the right qualities that you are looking for. Studies show that when you find someone that you are compatible with, you have a much better overall satisfaction in life. When you decide to settle down with someone in life and get married, you are going to end up spending quite a bit of time with this person, so it’s important to make sure that they have the following qualities.
Doesn’t Have a Problem Sharing Duties
One of the biggest complaints that couples have about why they fight with each other, is commonly a lack of agreement on who does certain household duties. Typically one spouse feels as if the other should be pulling their weight more in one area, and the other spouse feels the same.
It is important to make sure that you find someone compatible with you as far as sharing duties around the house. If you are okay making repairs and doing laundry around the house, then make sure you find someone that is ok cooking and cleaning. As long as you both equally have areas which you are ok taking care of, you will be that much more compatible as a team.
Has a Steady Income
Money can’t buy you happiness, and searching for a partner solely based on income is likely to bring you frustration in your relationship, since it isn’t based on anything on a deeper level. However, it is important to know and appreciate that your partner is able to take care of themselves.
When you both are able to financially depend on yourselves then you can have a certain level of trust that you would not otherwise have. Worrying about how you are going to pay your bills or put dinner on the table is something that will make your relationship suffer. Make sure that you look for someone who has a consistent incoming money; even if it isn’t millions, it should be steady.
Isn’t Afraid of Commitment
One thing is for sure about marriage, and that is that it is all about commitment. Find someone that isn’t commitment phobic. The last thing you need is being left at the alter abruptly.
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