Staying single isn’t bad at all. In fact, it is the best decision ever, unless you find your only true soulmate, someone who will give you the place of peace and make it a reason to celebrate life joyously along with you every single day.
Patience brings virtue.
It is better to wait till you find that person to whom you can comfortably open up your entire self, your heart’s ramblings, your aspirations, desires, and goals.
An ideal partner isn’t someone who restricts you to his own boundaries and limitations, discourages you from doing something bold and new. Get a life partner with whom you can connect ideally and live together filled with love.
Stay Single Until You Meet Someone Like This
(According To Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type)
Couples today highly suffer from commitment phobia. Find someone who can commit to you wholeheartedly, is transparent to you and does not take advantage of your generous nature for his own selfish motives.
Don’t commit to someone who is indifferent towards you or your efforts, who takes everything casually between the both of you. Choose someone who feels completely in love with you and wanted.
Having a life partner doesn’t mean forgetting your own stand. An ideal soulmate should be able to argue and debate with you about anything openly and on healthy terms.
Both of you should be able to rightfully assert your own opinions and rights. Find a person who is less egotistic and can see through your ego yet love you for that, who goes that extra step forward to make you feel special. Find someone who doesn’t want to merge his/her personality into yours.
Dating isn’t a responsibility. Be with someone who makes falling in love fun.
Choose someone who isn’t intimidated by your intelligence or talent, one who is not unhappy with your superiority in a job or elsewhere.
Casual relationships are the worst thing. Don’t be with someone who flirts with others and doesn’t give you enough time.
Stay single until your partner doesn’t get overtly affected by your emotions. Appreciate that person who can deal with your high times as well as your lows, your intense emotions and still admire you.
Find someone who realizes your difficulties and finds it okay because it will pass. Don’t be with someone who is judgmental and one-sided and blatantly jumps to conclusions.
Be with someone who gives you all the priority, who can make every other thing less important compared to him/her.
Don’t be with someone who is jealous of your achievements, your large social circle, your outspoken nature or limits your abilities and freedom and considers you to be his/her puppet.
Be single who doesn’t take your compassion and determination for granted but admires it.
Wait for someone who likes giving you opinions, appreciates your efforts and supports your intuitions and most importantly be with someone who respects you for what you are.