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8 Truths You Must Accept To Find True Love

Accept These Truths To Find True Love

True love is desired by all, but is it understood by all?

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Who doesn’t want to find true love in their lives and that special someone? Thinking about that perfect partner, being in love and finally getting married, are the things that everyone at some point has thought about. However, getting to experience true love is sometimes easier said than done. Committed relationships always start out well and full of excitement. However, as the relationship gradually progresses and things start to mature, it is when you realize that there is a lot you do not know about your partner.

You might end up finding out that your partner does not share the same interests and goals as you. This is one of the biggest reasons for friction in a relationship, which sometimes even results in its dissolution. But is breaking up always the best alternative?

“True love is when you value your lover’s happiness more than yours and make their happiness your first priority.”

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If you feel that you have found your true love, giving up very easily is only going to hurt you more as time passes. It is not every day that you go around finding people who you consider to be your true love. 

If you feel that you have found someone who makes you happy and understands you, then you shouldn’t let a few differences ruin what you share with him. You need to put in the effort every day. You need to work on your relationship every day. It takes a lot of compromise and sacrifice in order to build your relationship into a genuinely fulfilling one. To love and be loved in a positive, and healthy way is not effortless. True love means saying “no” to urges. True love means being conscious rather than hurtful, being compassionate rather than selfish, acknowledging your partner’s needs, being faithful. True love includes both big and small acts.

Related: It’s Never Too Late To Find True Love 

Even though there are numerous lessons for finding true love, how can you define true love exactly? Truly loving someone means to be patient, loving, caring, supportive and faithful. Without these values, it is incredibly difficult to sustain a relationship. Lessons for finding true love are abundant, but which ones are actually effective? Some of the valuable lessons are as follows:

Accept these Truths For Finding True Love

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Here are 8 truths you must accept in order to find true love.

1. Be the right person, before looking for the right person.

If you want to be in a happy relationship, it is important to be happy yourself first. Making yourself happy or finding your happiness is crucial to being in a committed and complete relationship. When you choose to be in a relationship with someone, you cannot expect him to be responsible for your happiness all the time. That can be mentally exhausting and draining.

Related: Signs of True Love & True Relationships 

Depending on your partner for your happiness will not only make you an over-dependent person, but it can also severely affect your relationship.

2. Boundaries are non-negotiable.

Every person has their deal-breakers when it comes to their relationships, such as alcoholism, physical abuse, financial instability or something else. Whatever may the deal-breaker be, make sure that you are transparent with your partner regarding that, so that he knows what your sensitive points are.

If your relationship is based on true love, your partner will always make sure that he keeps your deal-breakers in mind and strive to always avoid situations like them. But if your partner does not care about any of that and intentionally chooses to indulge in stuff that makes you scared or uncomfortable, you are clearly not with the right person.

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Alexandra Hall
Hi there! I am someone who is trying to navigate through life, one day at a time. Writing is my passion and my job, and I am happiest when I am writing. I love reading comic books, watching drama movies, playing with my dogs and generally lazing around. An introvert by nature, you can find me in the farthest corner of the room in every party, playing with the dog and having my own party.
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