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Who's Your Valentine?

As we approach February 14th it is time to think about relationships and their meaning.

Ponder the following:



1. Most people spend more time shopping for a new vehicle than finding a partner. Slow down and consider what you need and can offer before you commit.

2. Dating is way of determining whether you are compatible but does not guarantee long-term happiness, especially if you aren't being honest with yourself about what you need.

3. Going from dating to common-law in a short period of time is risky. Determine to date for a year without living together so that you can see how the other person deals with holidays, seasons and problems.

4. The "honeymoon" stage doesn't last long. What used to be "cute" can become "annoying", especially when the bills come in, the career is stressful and illness shows up.

5. Maturity and good mental health practices offer more stability for a partnership than physical attractiveness. Do good trumps look good!

Is He Right for Me? Ask the Love Psychic: The 5 P's of Love That Last a Lifetime

I am sure you have heard several stories about women who fall for a guy and after a few months into the relationship realize that he wasn't the right one and that's the time when everything becomes just too hard to handle.

So I am guessing that you are reading this article because you are stuck in a mental cycle of confusion and aren't sure whether the man you are with is even right for you or not.



Is he right for me? How do I know? Am I wasting my time? Will he love me forever, or is he waiting for someone better to come along? What are the signs that he cares about me, as much as I care about him? How can I gauge his commitment level? Where do I fall on the totem pole of what's MOST important to him?

Any of these questions sound familiar? If you are anything like the tens of thousands of women who have enjoyed our articles on love, romance, and spiritual soul mates... the truth is, we are ALL a little bit insecure about our relationships. And as intuitive empaths, w…