I read this on powerofpositivity.com and liked the sentiments.
1. You’re involved with someone who gives you wings
One of their main focuses is to see you happy, freed from restrictions, and using your highest potential in order to achieve your desires. This partner may gently push you ‘out there’ because he or she sees your potential and wants to see you shine. This partner encourages you on a daily basis and tenderly shifts your focus from ‘I am not good enough’ to ‘I can do it’.
2. Your partner considers communication essential in your relationship
You and him/her both, progressively practice opening up to one another.
This process requires time, patience, acceptance and love. As we get involved in romantic relationships (or any kind of relationships, for that matter), most of us dissociate from our authentic self and create a false image of ourselves – that always provided the safety of acceptance. Having a true connection with someone means unveiling our true spirit and functioning from that place of truthfulness.
3. Your significant other soothes you when you’re too hard on yourself
All individuals give in to self-criticism at a certain point; society doesn’t help as it continuously promotes the idea of more: bigger, better, newer are the leitmotifs of our daily living. No wonder in this context we often find ourselves caught in a space of negativity. When this happens, your partner doesn’t invalidate your feelings but tries to shift your perception. Looking at things from a different point of view, in difficult moments, can light up new realms for you.
4. Your partner is aware of the importance of quality time together
He/she always practices being fully present around you. As your connection deepens, both of you learn how to be devoted to one another and how to become one, without losing your individuality.
5. Your relationship facilitates the growth of both of you
In time, you and your partner become the best versions of yourselves you have ever imagined. Your significant other boosts your expansion as a human being and teaches you to remain centred through life’s ups and downs.
6. Your relationship makes you feel safe
Nowadays, everywhere we turn, we are exposed to dramatic events. We can be easily caught in the increasing wave of negative emotions promoted mostly by the media. In these conditions, your relationship becomes that safe space of purity, tenderness, joy and fulfilment. We are so used to drama that we unconsciously bring it in our lives. Our romantic relationships are commonly exposed to this situation. An aware and loving partner will work on dissolving any negative vibe that could cloud your connection. He/she will defuse any tension arisen between you as a result of something that clearly has nothing to do with the two of you.
7. An authentic relationship teaches you how to love unconditionally
It breaks the walls most of us created in order to protect ourselves, leaving us opened, vulnerable and extremely sensitive. You learn how to provide for yourself and for your partner from a place of relaxation, attention and flexibility. Most importantly, the right relationship gives you the strength to reach your greatest potential by diving into that unique space of genuine self-love, so inaccessible to the majority of us.
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