A committed relationship is a partnership; it is not about finding the right person, but more about being the right person. So be what it is you want in someone else. Demonstrate for yourself that what you want is indeed possible in someone else.
Not everyone in a relationship is committed. So, how do you know if you’re committed or not? Time has a way of showing you whether you are committed to your relationship.
Do you find yourself nit-picking everything your partner says or does? Does he have to be perfect in every way, while you find yourself falling short in some areas? Do you expect for him to be the right man for you without your being the right woman for him?
If you have all these expectations for him and he seems to be missing the mark, maybe you can demonstrate the part. That way you know that what you’re looking for in him is actually possible. Try shinning the light on yourself first and share a little gentleness where needed, so that when you make a mistake or fall short, that same mercy can find you.
A committed relationship is a partnership. That’s two people working together to make it a win-win for all concerned. Remember, you’re on the same team. Work together to help things work. Help yourself by helping the other person. This is how you both will come out on the winning side.
If you’re reading this, I believe in you to do what’s needed to work your magic. If I can be of any support in helping you get there, reach out and connect below.