We all have preconceived notions about what we need and want from a relationship, but sometimes what we think we want isn’t what makes us happy.
No two relationships are the same. Neither is what two people are looking for in a relationship. Sometimes what we think we want ends up being the very thing that is the worst for us.
Opposites attract, but that means nothing about their ability to stay together happily ever after. If you think you know what you want in a relationship, you should think about what your preconceived notions of a happy relationship are.
22 questions that’ll give you the answers you need
What are you looking for in a relationship really? Before you start looking for your ideal mate, ask yourself some specific questions about what makes you happy and what you expect in a relationship.
These are the 22 best questions to ask yourself to determine what it is you really want in a relationship.
#1 Do you think a relationship is a partnership, or two people sharing space?
How close do you think two people should be in a relationship? Do they share everything or only those things that they need to? If you are someone who wants to be involved in every aspect and your partner is not, it can leave you feeling lonely, as if the other person is being secretive.