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About 20 years ago, Arthur Aron, a psychologist and professor at New York University, conducted an experiment that consisted of asking two unknown people, a man and a woman, to answer 36 questions. To our surprise, it turns out that after answering each other, the two of them had to look each other in the eye for 4 minutes and in silence.

20 Questions That Make You Fall in Love


And after six months, the couple in this experiment ended up saying "I do".

Mandy Len Catron, the columnist for The New York Times, was encouraged to check out Dr. Aron's experiment in her own life. And the result, as I'm sure you'll be thinking, was indeed positive. All its participants fell in love.

It turns out that the secret to these questions is that their answers make us uncover ourselves and the other person can enjoy our vulnerable areas. This way we get totally close to our partner.

And what are 20 of the 36 questions that make you fall in love?


  • If you could choose one person in the world, who would you invite to eat?
  • Would you like to be recognized by others? And in what area?
  • What would your perfect day be like?
  • If you could live to be 90 and keep your mind or your 30 year old body for the last 60 years of your life, which one would you choose?
  • He cites three traits that you and your partner may have in common.
  • What are you most grateful for in your life situation?
  • If you could change something about the way you were raised, what would you choose?
  • If you could wake up tomorrow with a new talent or ability, which would you choose?
  • If you had a crystal ball that told you the truth about yourself, your life or your future, what would you want to know?
  • Is there anything you've wanted to do for a long time? What's stopping you from doing that?
  • What has been the greatest achievement of your life?
  • What's your best memory?
  • What role do love and affection play in your life?
  • What main virtue do you look for in a true friend?
  • When was the last time you cried and why?
  • Tell your partner what you already like about him/her.
  • If you had to die tonight without being able to talk to anyone, what would you regret not telling who? Why haven't you told him yet?
  • Whose death would affect you the most? Why? Why?
  • Start three true sentences with the word "we".
  • Tell your partner what you like about him/her: be very honest and tell him/her what you would not be able to tell another person.

You may or may not fall in love, but what I do dare to assure you is that you will have gained more complicity with the other person. By answering these questions, you have made your soul visible.

You dare to try it?

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20 Questions That Make You Fall in Love


The most common reasons given for the failure of relationships are sex, money and time issues. It usually is a combination of these and other factors that result in divorce or calling it quits. Although the divorce rate has decreased slightly over the last few years, this can largely be attributed to more people choosing to live together rather than getting married. And of those who live together there is a higher "turnover rate" than that of married couples. So if you are looking for a lasting relationship, marriage is still the gold standard. Listed below are the top ten reasons why relationships fail. By becoming aware of the warning signs and making the necessary changes you will have a better chance of making it to "happily ever after."

10 Reasons Relationships Fail and How to Succeed

10 Reasons Relationships Fail


1. Lost that Loving Feeling - When we first meet someone that we are attracted to we are under the influence of a powerful cocktail of sex hormones. First you are hit with a blast of testosterone and estrogen which create that initial "he/shes hot". Next we are slammed with increased levels of the neurotransmitters adrenaline, dopamine and serotonin. And if that is not enough prepare for surges of the attachment hormones oxytocin and vasopressin. So what does all of this have to do with why relationships fail? Well, basically for anywhere from 12 to 24 months you are hijacked by your hormones and lost in that "loving feeling." Once the hormone levels return to normal, (which unfortunately they always do) couples start to see all of the little imperfections in their partner. Partners can begin to feel more like roommates or even adversaries than lovers. That special someone that made us "so happy" now seems to be the target of our indifference or frustrations. We start holding each other responsible for our needs, wants and desires. We tend to stop putting in the energy and effort to please each other and become more and more aware of our unmet needs from childhood which usually leads to blaming, nagging, distancing and seeking other sources of gratification. This is where awareness, insight, communication and dedication to your relationship come into play. There are ways to increase your "love hormones" and get that "Loving Feeling" back.

2. Poor Communication - 55% of all communication is through body language. So those crossed arms, turned away body, avoiding eye contact, tense muscles, pursed lips, raised eyebrows, etc speak volumes. Learn to be aware of the messages you are sending and receiving from your partner. The tone, speed and volume of your voice account for 35% of communication. That extra pause you take before answering or the slightly raised or lowered voice, as well as "that tone" all speak volumes to your partner. Only 10% of communication is based on the words you are actually speaking to your partner. The first step is to become aware of how you are communicating on all three levels and learn some simple techniques to mirror, validate, and empathize with your partner. When couples stop talking and become distant or start attacking and blaming without ever resolving issues the relationship begins to break down. We all want to feel heard, know that we make sense and that we are understood.

3. Financial Problems - Money matters, but often not in the ways couples think it may. There is a bit of truth in the old saying "He with the Gold Rules", so rule gently. Money can create control, power struggles, and resentment in relationships. Often however it is not so much about the dollars spent as it is about understanding each others attachment and feelings around money. And yes, we all have strong, even primal feelings about money. So, if you are a Saver and your partner is a Spender it may feel like your partner's spending is an assault on you. Instead of realizing that you and your partner may have a very different relationships with money, individuals often feel like their partner does not care about their feelings - their need for security, or their need to enjoy life via that new car, dress, or sumptuous fine dining experience. Couples are in trouble when they start omitting purchases, hiding them from one another or squirreling away money behind their partners back. Over time it gets easier and easier to justify these little deeds/deceptions which will ultimately break the trust in your relationship. It is important that couples discuss and learn about each others spending style and then create a budget that embraces the styles of both partners. We recommend that couples create a main joint account that they both attribute money into for all the basics as well as mutual activities together. We also suggest each partner have their own individual account to honor their need to save or spend.

4. Lack of Time - Quality Time that is. In this day and age of high tech communication more and more couples find themselves working longer hours, working from or while at home, and during the evening and on weekends. Couples often complain about their partner spending too much time answering emails, texting and chatting with others while supposedly spending 'quality time' together. Whether it is being addicted to work, technology or the introduction of children to the marriage, the time that was once spent with our partner now takes a back seat. Initially, our partner was our number one priority and we spent a great deal of time with them and thinking about them. As the saying goes "Show me where you spend your time and money and I will tell you what is important to you." Without quality time together couples grow further and further apart. Make time for you relationship. Plan mutually enjoyable activities at the top of your "to do list" and do them regularly.

5. Sexual Issues - Sex. Not having it, not having enough of it, having it with someone else or even something else, i.e. the internet, causes major problems in relationships. The bottom line is that a marriage without sex represents deeper unresolved issues in the relationship. If you are having sexual issues in your relationship you are not alone: over 50% of couples report having sexual problems and approximately 15% of couples report having sexless relationships. Most relationships with sexual issues eventually end in divorce. Therefore, unless you want to be fighting over who gets the fine china, it is important to stop avoiding this elephant in the room and discuss it with your partner or seek help if this feels too uncomfortable.

6. Marrying too Young - Women that marry before the age of 25 are twice as likely to get divorced than women who marry after the age of 25. In general, couples that are older have a better idea of who they are and what they want in life. They also have better communication skills and tend to be more established in their careers. If you are under 25 and you have met that special someone not all is doomed. It is important that as you mature as a couple you address life issues and goals as they come up and make adjustments to your relationship as a couple.

7. Loss of Respect and Admiration - When couples stop admiring each other and begin treating each other with disrespect the relationship slowly erodes. Spiteful words, name-calling and attacking ones character have long lasting if not irreversible consequences on the relationship. Like a wall that is built one brick at a time each unfair argument and cutting word builds a barrier of distrust, resentment and anger in the relationship. If couples stop showing respect and admiration for each other what do they have left? We all want to be respected and admired and when we are not, we shut down and pull away. After years of verbal abuse most couples call it quits. It is important that couples learn how to fight fair expressing their feelings without attacking and blaming their partner. It is important that you ask for what you need in the relationship and listen to what your partner needs as well. We often take our partners admirable traits for granted. Couples need to continue to admire each other and voice their admiration every day.

8. Opposites Attract and Butt Heads - Yes, many of us are initially attracted to people that are different from ourselves. If we are a bit shy, we love their exuberant outgoing personality, however, this love and admiration for the differences, can turn into an annoying misunderstanding of their personality. We may find ourselves saying things like, "Why can't they calm down and quit talking to anyone who will listen." If we are outgoing and free-spirited, we may initially love their responsible and stable attitude, but later feel controlled and defensive. Unfortunately, this initial attraction later sets the stage for many of our issues with our partner. Different values, different ideas of how to live our lives quickly leads to anger, defensiveness and a slow fracturing of the love affair. When you find yourself attracted to and ultimately falling in love with an opposite, realize that this is what has drawn you to this person. It is important to look a little deeper. Why are you shy and what does it mean if you are the life of the party? Or if you are footloose and fancy free, what does it mean to have boundaries and structure? It is also important to look at these differences and realize they add spice and or balance to your life and appreciate them.

9. Poor Boundaries with Extended Family - be it in-laws, siblings, step-children, ex-husbands or your own children, they all come into play when it comes to creating stress on your relationship. Being able to take time for yourselves as a couple, minus the other members of your family is crucial to sustaining a loving relationship. Supporting each other as a couple and as a united front, rather than letting the in-laws or the children overrun your partner is an important part in keeping the respect alive. As much as children are "bundles of joy" many studies show that couples without children are happier. Now that is not to say children are not a "blessed gift." It is to say that they add stress to the relationship. Setting boundaries for your relationship, such as standing up for your partner and agreeing on the modes of discipline used for your children or step-children will keep your relationship strong and resilient. The best relationships resemble a pyramid with the "happy bride and groom" at the top.

10. Substance and Alcohol Abuse - These can destroy relationships one drink, one pill or one puff at a time. A dependence on any substance will be a distraction from true intimacy and romance. Unfortunately, the abuser is more in love with the substance than their partner. If the abuse continues, and the sober partner stays, feelings of resentment and anger become toxic, and possibly irreversible to the relationship. Standing by your partner while they are engaging in substance abuse, is setting the precedence for how other dynamics will be played out in the partnership. When one person is high you are living in two different realities never truly connecting. Asking your partner to seek help for their dependence, setting limits and establishing time frames for recovery will create the respect for yourself and your relationship.

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10 Reasons Relationships Fail and How to Succeed - Listed below are the top ten reasons why relationships fail. By becoming aware of the warning signs and making the necessary changes you will have a better chance of making it to "happily ever after."


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10 Reasons Relationships Fail and How to Succeed


I have the privilege of knowing quite a few brilliant people. Through conversations with them, I am able to express some of my most complicated and important thoughts. Last month I was speaking with Linda. She has a Ph.D. in Leadership and Organization and is an educator and life and executive coach. And she has an enormous amount of experience as a professional, especially at a high level.

What Do You Want From a Love Relationship?


On this particular day, she and I were talking about relationships. She asked me what I wanted from a woman. After I answered, she thought the conversation was worthy of sharing with others who struggle with making relationships work. Part of the conversation went like this:

What Do You Want From a Love Relationship?


Ted: In an intimate relationship, a woman should just give a man what he wants. If she gives him what he wants, the relationship will most likely work.

Linda: What about the woman? What about the man giving her what she wants? Sometimes it is difficult to communicate what a woman wants from a man without him feeling she wants to be in control of the relationship, because there is no "one size fits" all.

Ted: The same applies. The man should just give her what she wants. That works if people tell one another what they want up front. That means you talk about what you expect and want from a relationship. If a woman tells me what she wants up front, I can let her know if I can give it to her. If I can't, I'd rather say that up front, instead of her getting upset because she is not getting what she needs. If she lets me know, I can say no, I can't give you that. Or I can say I'm not willing to give you that. If I can give it to her, I'll know what I'm getting myself into, instead of her being resentful because she believes she is fulfilling my needs and hers are not being met.

Linda: Well of course, that's good communication.

Ted: Yes, it is. Except, a lot of women have a belief that a man is supposed to magically know what she wants. She equates his caring for knowing what she wants without her ever having to tell him anything. I've heard women say that it's a man's job to know and she should not have to tell him. If he doesn't know, she may believe he is not really into her. Or he's not paying attention to her. That's not a relationship. That's a babysitting job.

At the same time, I've also seen women say they only want sex from a man. After they get to know the guy, they like him. Then they claim the rules have changed because feelings are involved. That can be messy.

It's better if you don't judge the person as only being worthy of sex. When you do that, you present yourself as shallow. Later when you change your mind, the person may still see you as shallow. Presenting yourself as shallow is a way of selling yourself short. In addition, it also shows you have poor judgment. People with poor judgment are not always suitable mates.

While I understand most people don't know what they want, it's more powerful to say that up front. Instead, I've seen women not know what they want. Yet, they pretend they do. That can be draining because she is playing trial and error while walking in the dark. If you tell me you don't know what you want, I may still be interested in you. I will know to be patient. If you think about it, it's fair to say most people have some idea about what they want. They may be afraid to ask for it because they don't believe they will get it.

Linda: Then what do you want from a woman, Ted? Because every woman can be different depending on so many things, variables,... you name it and it could be the same person with a different story.

Ted: In the simplest way to express what I want, I would say three words - love, affection and acknowledgement.

Acknowledgement

By acknowledgement, I am saying I want to be acknowledged first as a human being. One way to acknowledge me as a human is to honor me for having an intelligent contribution. That requires having conversations with me. Talk to me about who you are and what you want from life. Also, it requires listening. That means you listen to what I have to say without interrupting me because you believe what you have to say is more important than what I'm saying.

Furthermore, it requires acknowledgement of my ambitions. If you don't understand them, do not dismiss them. Ask questions.

In addition, whether it's career, personal or a hobby, do not rely on outsiders to advise you on my intentions. Come to me and talk it through. If you don't like what I say, tell me why. Before you become upset, listen to where I'm coming from. Just because you don't like or understand does not justify being angry or dismissive. Learn to acknowledge my intelligence and understand how I think. An outsider cannot help you with that. Going to someone else, instead of talking it through with me, is a way of not acknowledging me.

After I explained more about acknowledgement, I went on to discuss what I meant by love and affection. Needless to say, she found the conversation quite insightful.

What do you think? I would love to hear your feedback. And I'm open to ideas.

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What Do You Want From a Love Relationship


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What Do You Want From a Love Relationship


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

Ponder the following:

Who's Your Valentine?


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!

6. People don't divorce because of conflict. They divorce because they don't know how to resolve the conflict. Learn how to deal with issues in a healthy manner.

7. Over fifty percent of married couples divorce. (Stats do not include those couples who are separated). Be thankful if you are happy and look forward to spending time with your partner.

8. Some couples are unhappy but stay together for a variety of reasons (children, finances, religion, shame). If you are both willing to seek professional help, learn some new skills and forgive, you can improve your situation.

9. Statistics for second marriages that end are higher than for first marriages. You can't just blame your first spouse for everything! Work on your weaknesses or you will marry and be the wrong person your second time around.

10. Better to be 80% happy on your own than 100% miserable with a partner.

This Valentine's Day instead of just focusing on romance, try thinking about and showing love to those around you. A paper heart for a child. Cookies for a shut-in. A smile for a stranger. Extra help for a co-worker. Donations for a charity. Encouragement for a neighbour.

And, if you have made a romantic commitment to someone, try using honest and well thought-out words to communicate how thankful you are to have him/her in your life! Because they are more powerful and longer lasting than cut flowers they will be treasured for years to come.

Love you to at Valentine's Day!

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Who's Your Valentine? As we approach February 14th it is time to think about relationships and their meaning.



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Who's Your Valentine?


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? Ask the Love Psychic: The 5 P's of Love That Last a Lifetime


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, we get more questions about commitment than just about anything else, especially for relationships that have not yet hit that "A-ha" threshold. (you know... where you finally realize that you are meant to be together, forever)

And while there are intuitive ways to tell if someone is right for you that are a bit hard to describe in an article, what I like to tell people is that you can use your OWN inner intuitive guidance to test your existing relationship. (no psychic reading required!)

How so?

I like to refer to these as the 5P's of a happy, healthy and spiritually successful foundation. They don't always reveal whether someone is your trust soulmate or twin flame, but they can reveal whether you should continue invest your precious time with another person, or move on to someone else.

Here are the 5 P's.

Priority: How much does he (or she) prioritize YOU? Are you #1? Or are you a secondary option in his pantheon of plans?

Passion: Is it there? Do YOU feel it? How about your partner? Chemistry is an undeniable factor that far too many people give up at their own peril.

Patience: Do you feel like you are walking on eggshells? Does he give you the time and space you need to express your feelings? Patience is the knowledge that time is not a factor for either of you... as your bond is bigger than your bodies, and in my view, larger than a single lifetime as well!

Purpose: Do you share the same sense of life purpose? This is so key when it comes to spiritual soul mates and twin flames. If you have totally different "goals", the chances are, at some point your paths will be pulled part in pursuit of what is most important to each of you. When you SHARE a sense of purpose, that feeling of being part of a true team who are accomplishing great things together can move mountains, and heaven and earth together.

Protection: Lastly, do you feel safe with him? Does being in his arms, or merely in the same room feel like a natural space where everything is going to be OK? There is something so incredibly special about feeling like you are with the one you are meant to be with, and that nothing can pierce the inner sanctum of spiritual safety that you co-create together!

Of course there are all sorts of other ways to intuit whether the man you love is your spiritual soulmate... or just a stepping stone on the path to authentic love. But the tips above are practical, and are a good way of getting your own questions answered using your own intuition! (no psychic reading required!)

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Is He Right for Me? Ask the Love Psychic: The 5 P's of Love That Last a Lifetime - Here are some useful insights you can use to finally figure out if he is right for you or not


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


For more than an eon, the twelve zodiac signs have been known to us. Zodiac signs often guide folks in their activities and social doings. You'll see how exciting and useful the principles behind the zodiac can be for social activities, like dating. The following are dating suggestions utilizing the signs of the zodiac.

12 Zodiac Sign Dating Tips


12 Zodiac Sign Dating Tips :


1. Get the attention of an Aries by securing great seats or backstage concert access.

Aries folks tend to seek attention and appreciate special treatment These people really enjoy big events and glamorous occasions such as dances, vaudeville shows and film festivals. Watching sporting events and competitions are another thing Aries enjoy because they get involved with watching competitions and seeing how brave people are.

2. Invite Taurus out for food or prepare a home cooked meal for a picnic.

The Taurus loves food, whether it's gourmet cuisine or comfort food at home. A Taurus will take you up on an invitation to just about any restaurant; and you can become more familiar with one another while you are dining. You could go on a picnic with your date carrying some home cooked food if you would like to spend some quality time with him in a relaxed atmosphere. Your efforts will impress Taurus, who will also be impressed that you like to cook.

3. Bring Gemini to a place that is stimulating for a good conversation.

Gemini takes pleasure in conversing and bonding with others via conversations. A Gemini will love a good conversation, so you can't go wrong with a trip to an art gallery, coffee shop, or museum. Go to new places and explore new activities for an enjoyable date with a Gemini. Enjoying this new atmosphere is also a great way for the two of you to become better acquainted.

4. Ask a Cancer to a spa visit or an intimate dinner

People who were born under the zodiac sign of Cancer tend to be introverted and avoid large crowds and noise. Avoid these kinds of environments and instead, invite them to a cozy and romantic dinner at an Italian restaurant where you can share a more private moment. Extending an invitation to Cancer for some rest and relaxation at a spa is an option, too.

5. Enjoy dinner with Leo at a fine dining restaurant complete with flowers and sweets.

Leos desire the finer things in life. Leo's love to be pampered and fussed over. Leos also enjoy being spoiled with the traditional trappings of romance, like flowers and chocolates.

6. Virgos are artistic by nature and enjoy doing art works.

Virgo believes in being realistic and focused. Ask a Virgo to join you in an artsy project like painting or crafting. You will have the time to get to know one another, and your Virgo friend will feel that the need to work towards a goal is being addressed. Romance is the key, you can begin with music as an appropriate touch.

7. Go out to an entertaining show together or enjoy a fancy dinner with your Libra partner.

One quality Libras often exhibit is a strong appreciation for elegant and beautiful things. You should always be sure that you're using the finest silver and tablecloth, and that whether you're at home or at a fine restaurant, the setting and atmosphere are at their best and most elegant. If you want to have a fun date with a Libra, watch a great movie and talk about it afterward - Libras love a good chat.

8. You can always plan to surprise Scorpio by planning some different events, of course centered around whatever their interests are.

Scorpios are known to be unpredictable. Take in all that they like with a keen sense of observation. Be flexible with Scorpio and surprise yours with dates and plans based on their latest interest. Scorpios are always curious, and providing variety will keep them interested.

9. Invite Sagittarius to a world music festival or on an out-of-town trip.

Sagittarius is known to be a globetrotter who enjoys visiting new places. A Sagittarian is a good individual to bring to a world music festival where they can enjoy the rich mixture of diverse music. You might want to plan an excursion to a place they have never been before.

10. Ask Capricorn to accompany you to an award-winning play or an historical reenactment.

Capricorns crave the things that make them better or smarter. Viewing an award-winning play or musical will be a pleasurable experience. This is the kind of event that will, most likely, inspire the reserved Capricorn to begin an animated chat with you.

11. Those born under the sign of Aquarius will enjoy a group date or even the chance to be at a charitable affair.

An Aquarius tends to be more comfortable and open in a larger group of people. An invitation to a group date with your friends will not only make Aquarius people comfortable, but also make them feel welcome in your social circle. Aquarians tend to be idealistic and fervently supportive of causes that are dear to them, so consider taking them to a charity event or fundraiser.

12. Go to a theme park or go snorkeling with Pisces.

Pisces are known to love other worldly beauty and imagination. Pisces would enjoy time spent at an amusement park. Pisces have a natural attraction to water; they tend to enjoy water sports such as snorkeling.

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When you know the various attributes of people who are born under the distinct signs of the zodiac, you can get an edge in dealing with all people. However, you must keep in mind that your work is also critical so that a date will actually be enjoyable.

12 Zodiac Sign Dating Tips - The following are dating suggestions utilizing the signs of the zodiac


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What makes the perfect woman? Is she a Martha Stewart replica ironing your shirts flawlessly while blueberry flax seed muffins are baking in the oven? Perhaps she's a supermodel with a picture-perfect body. Well the truth is, neither of these are true. Most guys are just looking for their perfect match. It can be hard to know if the person standing beside you is the one. You could trust your gut, but statistics show our guts are wrong at least fifty percent of the time.

Remarkable Qualities That Mean She May Be Mrs. Right


Here are 15 remarkable qualities that mean she may be Mrs. Right and you should never let her go.

1. She makes you want to be a better man. If you are suddenly caring about getting in shape or going out of your way for romantic gestures, she is bringing out the best in you.

2. She accepts your faults. Whether you forget to take the trash out or don't shower on weekends, this woman lets you be you. She doesn't try to make you her next fit-it project.

3. She is smart. A woman with brains will keep you interested, teach you things, and be able to argue her point-of-view.

4. She tells you when you are wrong. Admit it, guys make the wrong decisions every now and then and do stupid things. Even if you don't think you want to be told you're wrong, you do. Wouldn't you rather have a woman who stands up to you rather than a doormat?

5. She is kind and nurturing. If you think you may want to someday have a family, a woman that's kind and nurturing will be a great mother.

6. She keeps her cool in arguments. Arguments are going to happen, it's a fact of life. If you can get through them without her crying or making you punch a hole in the wall, you're in great shape.

7. She is strong, but feminine. No, we don't mean she lifts weights in a pink dress. This woman is proud of who she is but also lets you kill the spiders.

8. She trusts and respects you. Feeling trusted is one of the most important characteristics in a relationship. You know she trusts you when you she confidently respects guy's nights and doesn't get angry (even if you do stumble home drunk at 2 a.m.).

9. She is confident. You want her to love you, not need you. Nothing is better than a woman who's comfortable in her own skin and doesn't have to ask, "Does this dress make my thighs look big?"

10. She has her own life apart from you. She has a well-rounded life that she's created for herself that includes healthy friendships, an established career, hobbies, and future goals.

11. She is driven and motivated. Without drive, there is no purpose. Without purpose, she will never truly be happy.

12. She is emotionally stable. Crazy girls may be fun, but you don't want to spend your life with someone who is loving you one minute only to be throwing your stuff out the window the second.

13. She takes care of herself. She doesn't have to be a supermodel that only drinks kale juice and eats raw broccoli, but everyone should stay healthy and keep up on their appearances.

14. She is fun and adventurous. Having a woman who is vivacious, energetic and driven for adventure will add a dynamic to your life that will only make you happier.

15. She loves you. This is, by far, the most important quality any woman can have. When a woman loves you she loves you with her entire heart and you should never let that go.

A good woman may be hard to find, but they do exist. If she has even three-quarters of these qualities then you've got a keeper.

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Relationship Goals - 15 Remarkable Qualities That Mean She May Be Mrs. Right


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15 Remarkable Qualities That Mean She May Be Mrs. Right


Getting a tattoo on your ring finger is a way to show your love for someone forever. Like a wedding ring, a ring finger tattoo may be used to symbolize a committed relationship. Unlike traditional jewelry rings, tattoos comfortably stay in place. Some people may get ring tattoos as a way to show friendship, as the saying goes, "friends forever," a tattoo last a lifetime.

Here are some fantastic choices to inspire you.


1. Three Small Dots Tattoo

Three Small Dots Finger Tattoo


2. Show of Your Love of Music

Love of Music finger Tattoo


3. Simple Designs Finger Tattoo

Simple Designs Finger Tattoo


4. Promise Tattoo

Promise Finger Tattoo


5. a Heart Tattoo

Heart Finger Tattoo


6. Your Wedding Date



7. Little Tiny Shell Tattoo

Little Tiny Shell Finger Tattoo



8. Perfect Wedding Band Tattoo

Perfect Wedding Band Tattoo


9. Ruler Markings Are Unique 

Ruler Markings Are Unique Finger Tattoo

 
10. Ode to Your Family


Ode to Your Family Tattoo


11. Tiny Seascape Tattoo

Tiny Seascape Finger Tattoo


12. Palm Tree Tattoo

Palm Tree Finger Tattoo


13. Funny Finger Tattoo

Funny finger tattoo


14. Declare Your Love 

Love Finger Tattoo


15. Itty Bitty Rosary Tattoo


Itty Bitty Rosary Finger Tattoo


16. Tiny Lotus Tattoo


Tiny Lotus Finger Tattoo


17. Get a Small Cross Tattoo

Small Cross Tattoo 


18. You Can't Go Wrong with Equality 

Equality Finger Tattoo


19. This Symbol Brings Awareness to Mental Health Issues 

Awareness Finger Tattoo


20. Bow Finger Tattoo

Bow Finger Tattoo

Whatever your decision, understand that the choice of having a tattoo ring engraved upon your skin is as critical as the choice to marry. Both have implications that last a lifetime.

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