Wednesday, November 9, 2016

How to Learn to Trust the Universe/Timing When You're In a Panic Over Your Life

It may seem really difficult to trust in the universe when you're not feeling right. Our minds easily become emotional states of living, as we allow our emotions like panic and anxiety to take over our well-being and rationality. We feel out of control in our own lives, and this helplessness is hard to inspire and hard to understand, but there is hope.

Time is the essence of all things greatly produced. In life, (especially under certain weathers), we have to find the motivation to fight, to say "fuck it, I don't deserve this", and strive for better. We need to know when to let go, and when to move on, but we especially need to know when to ask for help. We need to know when we should no longer be a part of something 

The things, people, and situations, which drive us to panic and anxiety are worth letting go. It is so important to focus on what's positive in your life because as hard as it seems, there has to be something, big or small that you are grateful for. Don't waste a second to insult the bastard. Remember, every time you are giving it energy, and it is not worth it. Don't waste time giving negative thoughts conviction. You decide if they bear weight in your mind. Don't let these thoughts change the way that you are thinking and behaving. Remind yourself that they are just thoughts, and that most of them are not true. 

You don't know the future, so stop predicting it. Try to take days as they come. 
Don't let bad thoughts change the way that you are thinking. Remind yourself that they are just thoughts and that most of the things we tell ourselves aren't true. Try to be mindful and focus on what is happening in the moment. Try to live for that moment--dwelling on the past is dangerous. It's one thing to work through it, it's another thing to ruminate, obsess and self-harm about it. Don't let yourself feel sick about things that you have no control over. Focus on what you can change in your life. 

Spend times participating in life, and distracting yourself with things that bring you pleasure. Make a list of things that you enjoy doing that will distract you from the panic. It might not feel unnatural at first, but if you go at a pace that works for you, it allows you to slowly interact in healthy ways that make you feel more positive about your environment.

Do what you can to continue to get things done in your life, but do it for you in your own time. Don't compare yourself to others, they are not experiencing your reality, and they should not factor in or make you feel insecure about your trauma. You need to own your pain in order to experience any real gain from it. 
Be motivated by you, what you're feeling and by what you want--not by what you think others expect from you--be genuine with your desires. Even when you feel like you can't do anything, just try to do something--it will help. Try. Keep yourself busy until you are busy, but also allow yourself to feel what is it that you are feeling and work on techniques and coping mechanisms that can help you calm your storm.

Regardless, keep going because you never know with life, you simply never know, and therefore you should never give up. You never know when you will get better, meet someone new,  go someplace amazing, land a new job, get a raise, fall in love, buy a house, or have a baby. There is concrete life evidence that proves that for some, dreams come true later in life. None of us, get it all, at the same time, and none of us can ever stop working towards the things we want from life. We can't stop because it's merely a matter of time before we start to see our story unfold.


There is concrete life evidence that proves that for some, dreams come true later in life. None of us, get it all, at the same time, and none of us can ever stop working towards the things we want from life. We can't stop because it's merely a matter of time before we start to see our story unfold.

You never know when the slot machine is going to give you a try at winning, but you've got to wait. The house often wins, but if you keep playing, and you keep trying, then your goals aren't too far from your reach. The most important thing is that you feel healthy and capable of dealing with the day-to-day stresses. That you have a support system to love you, and listen to you, and help you get back on your feet. In some cases, you might need to see a professional and get some certified help with the situation, and there is nothing wrong with this. Medical matters often require the help of trained physicians, especially understanding how to treat mental health issues requires a degree of knowledge. You won't get answers overnight, but there is hope at the end of the maze. waiting it seems like nothing, it feels like nothing, but time makes use of time, in
That you have a support system to love you, and listen to you, and help you get back on your feet. In some cases, you might need to see a professional and get some certified help with the situation, and there is nothing wrong with this. Medical matters often require the help of trained physicians, especially understanding how to treat mental health issues requires a degree of knowledge. You won't get answers overnight, but there is hope at the end of the maze. waiting, it seems like nothing, it feels like nothing, but time makes use of time. Trusting that you have a support system to love you, and listen to you, and help you get back on your feet. In some cases, you might need to see a professional and get some certified help with the situation, and there is nothing wrong with this. Medical matters often require the help of trained physicians, especially understanding how to treat complex mental health issues requires a degree of knowledge. You won't get answers overnight, but there is hope at the end of the maze. waiting it seems like nothing, it feels like nothing, but time makes use of time, in its own time.

It does seem like nothing to suggest waiting, it seems like nothing, it feels like nothing, it doesn't feel like living, but time makes good use of time, in its own time, almost when we're not looking. It works in mysterious ways, it always has and always does, and you just have to find the will to wait for it. Don't be wilful towards possibility, embrace it. Being as willing as possible to accept that you will and can get what you deserve.
In fair truth, it's the small things that really affect your day. Like having a good conversation with someone, or having a polite stranger wish you hello on the street, or hearing a compliment from someone that is absolutely priceless.
The big things seem so extreme, and they are, but in reality, it is the small things, which truly make or break or day. When it's all said and done, it's what you chose to tell yourself, and what you chose to think about. Regardless, of what it is, when we live day to day, we are able to evaluate our well-being day-to-day, and try to take on the stress of the moment, and not the world. In truth, it could be anything,  it could be work success at the office, a winning moment with a partner, an athletic goal, anything. Most importantly, it could just be the small acts of human kindness, which mean more than anything.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Social Media is the New Resume




It’s common knowledge that when you are applying for a job that you follow through with the asked requirements.
 Sending a resume is usually a part of this process, and this is a social standard, however, I am a walking example of how formal resumes don’t always get you the job. You’d be surprised to learn how many people are getting employed via social media.  
What’s The Secret?
In “Branding Your Passion”, I discussed the need to be social, and produce a solid social profile for yourself. What we didn’t perhaps stress is that corporations are also going to be interested in your ability to use social media—it says a lot about you.
Are you the type of employee to post work updates and start formulating cool new hashtags? Do you like pictures on the company Instagram account? Or is your potential co-worker going to bear a ghost profile, with little followers and even fewer updates? Some companies care to know how social you are, and if you aren’t socially savvy then you may not speak to them.
One of the first questions I was asked by a fine Vancouver establishment in an interview was, “can you show me your Instagram profile?” She closed the interview by asking me, “do you use Snapchat?” She told me, she asks everyone this and thinks it is so important for brands to be using Snapchat. Before we left the interview, I took a Snapchat and posted it online as a creative way of saying thank you.
In discussing the need to be social when on the job hunt, I might have started off to say that I was so lucky that one admired Linkedin article got me a job, but it wasn’t just one. It became a trend to get work without a formal application. A lot of people were asking for work without asking me to fill out an application or even attend a job interview!
My self-promotion of my skills abled me to get me numerous contracts and work opportunities.
I write about a lot of things, but Astrology writing is a passion of mine. Through several Elite Daily articles published and Horoscope updates on my blog, and twitter, I was able to land a regular, monthly horoscope gig, which optioned for even future content potential.
I was able to build assurance from individuals who believed in me and went to bat for me in landing even more jobs. It truly appeared like my social network was benefiting me far more than the formal applications.
Social media is the new resume because if you use social media right--if you use it to exercise your talents and showcase what you can do it will reap something. Eventually if you do it right, someone is going to show interest in you, especially if you've got something to offer.
With that being said, you’ve also got to have the talent, but assuming that you do, strong social media and building a strong, social network are your two keys to success. Don’t be afraid to demonstrate your skills, show people what you know, what you think or what you can do. Some of the most successful people in this world are those who have grabbed our attention by being obnoxious and forcing us to listen to them. When you have a voice that meant to be heard, you have to fight to make it happen. When you have a passion for something that is so strong, you don’t care what other people think, you just want to express how you feel about it in an open capacity. Social media gives you a platform to showcase your skills and address these concerns, but it also helps to establish your personal profile.
We are living in a technology-heavy, virtual-driven world, which puts the power online. More and more recruiters are looking for that level of innovation. Resumes that look like infographics, skill-testing obstacles, and trial periods. It’s not so simple as going on one interview and waiting to hear back. There are rounds, and in many cases, a lot of people to meet before you get approved.
 A company may want a phone interview with you, but then you may never hear from them again. Making it past round one of the interviews doesn’t mean you got the job. Chances are you will be interviewed more than once and will be asked to do a skill-testing task before you are considered, not to mention, not before your references are checked.
Social media does simplify the process, in that your skills are out in the open. You are your own market and people can make the free decision to form a working alliance with you.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

The Art to Never Giving Up



Time is the essence of all things greatly produced. While we take time to talk about gratitude, we don't talk about our fears. In life, (especially under certain weathers), we have to find the motivation to fight, to say "fuck it, I don't deserve this", and strive for better. We need to know when to let go, and when to move on.

Continue to make your shit happen, but do it for you in your own time. Be motivated by you and by what you want--not by what you think others expect from you--be genuine with your denies. Even when you feel like you can't do anything, just do something--it will help. Keep yourself busy until you are busy.

Regardless, keep going because you never know when you will meet someone new, or go someplace amazing, or land a new job, buy a house, or have a baby. I'm serious when I say that I have seen dreams come true later in life, none of us, get it all, at the same time, and none of us can ever stop working towards the things we want from life.

You never know when the slot machine is going to give you a try a winning, but you've got to wait. The house often wins, but if you keep playing, and you keep trying, then your goals aren't too far from your reach.

Yes, waiting it seems like nothing, it feels like nothing, but time makes use of time, in it's own time. It always does, you just have to wait for it. In the meantime, embrace the small things that can change your day. Like having a good conversation with someone, or having a polite stranger wish you hello on the street.

The big things seem so vascular, but in reality it is the small things, which truly make or break or day. Perhaps it's the success at the office, but more importantly the small acts of human kindness, which mean more than anything.

Friday, May 27, 2016

You Make It True: The Calling Vs. The Job




 Having an idea about what you want and need is imperative towards building a healthy, happy and satisfying life. You can dream that you want one thing, only to find that it makes you miserable. What you dream about, might not even be your calling in life, but there is something you are destined to do. Consider the concept of a “calling” vs. a job, and which would make you feel the most content. You might have a job, but is it your calling? How do you define it? How do you really determine what marks a true calling? Growing up, was there anything that spoke to you? Did you see yourself in a particular industry? Was there anything that you excelled naturally at and enjoyed?
If you find that the work that you do is something, which you could never stop even if you tried. You have probably found a calling. Or if you find you love something so much, and you excel at it, you have probably found a calling. In the words of Michael Lewis, a columnist for Bloomberg News, “there’s a direct relationship between risk and reward. A fantastically rewarding career usually requires you to take a fantastic risk.”
It is not easy to do what you are destine to. In order to do what you love the most, you take a risk, but that risk is what makes it worth it. You could settle for a decent-paying job that you can stand, or you could take the rewarding risk of following your calling, and doing something that you love.
For some people, it is important that what they do reflects their identity, and who they are. As Lewis says, “a calling is an activity that you find so compelling that you wind up organizing your entire self around it — often to the detriment of your life outside of it.” Everyone has a calling, whether they know of it yet or not. For me, my calling writing, and every part of my being is wrapped up in it. From a very young age, I knew that writing was my calling. It helped that teachers would read my work to the class, and enter me in story competitions. I was inspired by my calling at a very young age, I was dedicated and I had the right support system (which is important). Though it’s not easy. You have to be willing, willing to commit to the hard, challenging, and risk-involved work required to make it possible. You have to really want it. You have to be ready to answer the call with conviction.

A job can be anything, and often people will comment on what their calling is, but they are not living it. Getting past the hurdles of making your calling a reality can be very valuable. If it is a matter of your well-being and your happiness, it is vital to consider finding out what your calling is, and how you can exercise it into your life. As it’s been said, it won’t be easy, but with certain skills you are bound to become that much more successful towards finding and living out your calling. Here are some skills that will help you exercise your calling:
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• A profound and progressive commitment to making a difference in this direction (this is not about simply wanting it – it’s about committing strongly to it)
• An abundance of positive energy, because this will help fuel you to pursue a calling
• Optimism and consistent thoughts of faith and hope, when all odds are against you
• High spirits, high self-esteem and confidence to know in your heart that your dream is achievable
•An open mind and a flexibility spirit to help shape you, and allow you to learn from your mistakes, and seek help when needed from a support system.
• A lot of risk-acceptance, and the ability to tolerate, and carry on despite instability
• The faith that you couldn’t continue without this work
• A very hard exterior
• The ability to “strengthen up” (build power, ability, and self-mastery) as you grow, you will need external and internal forces
Discover what makes you feel alive, and encourages you to be everything that you can be, and more. Take the time to figure it out, and go do it. The question to ask is what natural strengths and talents you can leverage in service of others and the world, in a way that fills you up, and brings you happiness and reward while doing it.
Live out your calling – and start expressing your true authentic nature, right now, by discovering careers that really speak to your true interests and desires.







Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Everyone Needs Their Own Editor, Including The Editor






We'd all like to think that we are our own best editors. That when we hit the send button, we won't quickly be hitting the edit button as well. In truth, we are prone to hitting the edit button because editing is not easy. Writing is not easy. Most people don't get it on their first try. Let alone do they knock it out of the park. I say this with the chance, that I will publish this article before I notice an error in it. The thing is, I will notice it, but it might be too late. The moment the error has been discovered is the moment you could suffer consequences. While, it has been said, that the editing process is almost never complete. You have to read things over more than just once. You have to read things over period. Being too quick to hit the send button is always a dangerous move. In the case of editing, the Tortoise won the race. Editing, is almost never an impulsive process.
I recently read a job posting that said cover letters and resumes will be disregarded instantly if they have any grammar errors. Without being said, this is probably true for countless corporations. In this age, one error in your copy can break you. You have to be extra careful. I think it is important to strive for perfect copy in every aspect of life. Even when you talk to your friends in text, practise the proper use of grammar and spelling. Take the time to make corrections where you see them because this will help you when you are trying to write a lengthier post. Be mindful of what you write, and how you write it. If you are sending an email to Executives and CEOs, proof read it. It is important that your superiors think you can write. Read each word out loud and see if it makes sense. Are any words missing? How is your syntax?People think they know what a comma is, and really, it's not rocket science, but in fact, a comma is simply a break or pause within a given sentence. Do not write an email with no commas. I can promise you that you will require them. If you are confused, read the sentence out loud. Is there a part within the sentence where it feels too long? That's likely where you need the comma, it is a break or pause for the reader who will take exactly that between each word. 
Upholding impecable writing content particularly goes for anything work related on social media. Do you know how tacky it is to see a successful, professional post a very noticeably, unedited update on LinkedIn? I have had to hold myself back from commenting. Here, this guy is telling a heart-felt Recruitment story, in which he allowed a late interview to take place. He was trying to show that compassion is the right road, but all his great points got lost in it's poor content construction.  I have also found this with Marketing Agencies, and Startups who don't edit their captions. Writing and speaking are not the same thing, if you write like you speak, you will likely be unsuccessful, which is why it is important to get the proper help with writing. Writing needs to be top-quality on every angel, and this includes social. You might have the words, but you just might not know how to use them. It is important to learn. It is like having bad reviews stuck on your Facebook page because you don't have a Social Media person, well there is an answer. Content Companies like Content Chloe can help you with all of this. 

Content Chloe provides affordable, customized, Content solutions to meet your immediate needs. It could be so simple as, you write it, and we clean it up. In addition, we'd be happy to walk you through the process so that you can learn to become a better writer on your own account. Demonstrating good writing is not just about obeying the laws of grammar, it is a direct reflection of your intellect. The ability to write well is an extension of intelligence. It attributes you to a certain quality, taste and capability. Writing is symbolically, your voice, and the way that you chose to use it has massive impact.  


Recently, I was called out for missing some mistakes in my blog, and I felt terrible. As a writer, when you make a noticeable mistake, you feel like a fraud. Like someone has robbed you of your talent. In the end, it was a good thing, it made me remember that I am still learning, and growing, and that mistakes will only help to shape my way.  As a writer, I know my own voice, so I always know what I mean to say. I don't always notice the small mistakes, which is why an outside Editor is helpful to even me. Still, I didn't like the feeling of knowing that my content had errors. I would never promote a service that I myself would not use, and I full-heartily recommended getting help with your content, no matter who you are. 
I knew it was in me to do better. I want to illustrate my connection with words to the best of my ability. I don't want to be a talented musician playing the wrong tunes, but with any art form there is going to be different plateaus of progress and development. While I love to write, and have written for over a decade, there are so many things I have yet to write about. There are so many things that even I have to learn. The relationship with writing is constantly evolving for me as a writer, which is why I think it is important that everyone look at their writing relationship. I think it is important for everyone to communicate the true words that represent them in a honest and honourable light! 


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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Dating a Taurus is Difficult, But They're The Most Loyal Partners


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Friday, April 29, 2016

Ten Things You Need In Your Relationship.





Nobody knows the connection you share with you partner, and nobody should, that is an intimate understanding between you and your mate. We cannot predict why certain couples end up together and why others don’t. Relationships don’t need to make sense to us, as long as they make sense to the people involved. True chemistry is undefinable, and if you have it, you will likely know that it is not explainable. Regardless of what you share with your partner, there are some core things that every person needs from their partner in a relationship. In no particular order, here are ten things to consider about your relationship:
1. Communication
This is a vital necessity in any pairing. Good communication is the glue that keeps even the best of friendships together. Honesty, is always the most important thing to exercise. If you are keeping matters from your partner, suppressing things or speaking lies to them–you are being dishonest. If you feel like you can’t open up to your partner or talk about what is on your mind, this is a problem. If you are constantly shouting at them, or often sitting together in silence, you are not communicating effectively. In these cases, you have to ask yourself, is your partner really your best friend that you tell everything to? You should never be afraid to talk to your partner. Or would you prefer not to be this intimate with your partner, and save that kind of emotional closeness for a friend? We relate to people in different ways for different reasons, regardless, your ability to talk other openly and honestly and emotionally will only ensure that he/she is the one long-term.
2. Sexual Attraction
This doesn’t mean you are constantly going at it. Sex is something that can easily turn on and off in a relationship. It is a lot more complicated of a situation than people assume.  Relationships can easily lose their flame once things become more stable and serious, but it is important that you and your partner stay hot for each other. It is important that you still “want” them. Despite society’s labeling, there is such a guy that looks forward to going home to his wife, and doesn’t care to even hit on or flirt with other girls. If you find yourself constantly emotionally flirting with other people this is a bad sign. This can mean something so simple as talking to old love interests from the past. This behaviour indicates that you are not getting enough attention or the type of attention that you want in your current relationship, and therefore are seeking it elsewhere. People think they remain loyal because they kept their clothes on, but some of the worst types of betrayals are mental and emotional ones. All in all, if you aren’t still hot for each other, in some regard, this should be a concern, unless you’ve both decided on a plutonic existence. Remember, sexual activity is complicated, and completely personal to any individual couple.
3.Harmony
This will be something you struggle for and it wont always be easy, but harmony should be the goal.  Whether you’re bickering in the car about directions or what type of wine to get, sometimes there are literally just too many cooks in the kitchen. Most of the time, there can be only one chef. You have to find a way to cook together that satisfies you both. This is not to say it’s impossible for couples to work together, it is possible, and if you are capable of this then this is a excellent sign. Power is always a struggle. Some people want to do it “this way” while others want to do it “that way”–and sometimes people can’t meet in the middle. Some people have to be in control and have things their way. In the end, true love figures it out and resides in a place of harmony. Fighting is normal. It is healthy, but it shouldn’t be a constant matter. We only fight with the people we love. We don’t waste that kind of energy on just anyone. The interest in each other should also be equal, having too much power in a relationship is never a good thing. Even if there is a person to tends to lead more, love should be a two-way street.
4.Equality
Equality stems from harmony as it ensures that everyone feels content. You need to know that while you require to get your needs met, so does your partner. Everyone wants to feel OK. It is important that you express kind words, and encouraging words to your partner. If they are dong a job, tell them so. Tell them that you love them or that they look nice. Remember, you both have life stress, you both have things on your agenda, and you both need the support of each other to ensure that your needs are met. Try to work as a team. Healthy competition is good, as long as your end goal is to benefit both yourself and your partner. Sometimes you will have to be strong for your partner and vice versa. Sometimes you will have to sacrifice your own happiness for theirs, but it all balances out, if you have equality. The beauty of equality is that it compliments the function of unconditional love, in knowing that this person will always there for you.
5. Honesty
The key to all arguments ending successfully in peace is usually honestly. Everyone has secrets, and things they keep to themselves, this is natural. There is no law that we have to tell each other everything, but it’s better if you can be as honest as possible. Not to say, that you have to talk openly and intimately about lovers from your past, but, that yes, you should admit it, you were smoking. No he/she doesn’t like it, but if they love you, they will accept it, and appreciate the honestly. Plain and simple. Even if you never quit, you will be kept around because you are loved, and with the right person who accepts you despite of your vices. It’s typical of people to be like “ssh don’t tell my boyfriend” because nobody want to get in trouble with their significant other. I do think you’ll do better as a couple if you are open about each other’s vices. Being honest in general is a good idea. Don’t have sex just because, don’t pretend you’re fine when you are not. Men are not mind readers, they will apologize you, you just need to tell them what for. Communicate. Don’t let things build up or fester because one day, over something small, you will blow and it won’t be worth it. You will regret it. Pick your battles, always, but know when you need to say something, otherwise it will only come back to haunt you. It is always better to speak the truth, because that’s what’s going to keep you feeling good in your relationships, lies only cause anxiety.
6. Loyalty
Loyalty is not the opposite of jealousy, but it is an extension of trust. Loyalty, doesn’t mean that you can’t have friends of the opposite sex. It just means that you can’t sleep with them. While it some relationships it might mean that you can, as long as you have a understanding about your definition of loyalty with your partner then that’s perfectly fine. Open relationships are one thing, but cheating is another. Drawing a blind eye to a cheating partner is never a good idea. You can’t be afraid to love again if you lose love, even if it feels like there could be no one else. There is, and the moment you are ready to open up to love again that person will come along. You have to know that you deserve loyalty from your partner, and that they should in turn have your back. Being loyal comes in all kinds of shapes and forms, for some it is the loyalty to take care of the other when they are sick, for others it’s not hitting on your friends. Loyalty is like trust, without it, you can’t build a true and solid relationship.
7. Laughter
This is an important one, if you plan to grow old together. As a couple, you need to be making a lifetime of inside jokes. Jokes that only you two would understand. You need to know how to make each other laugh, even in the middle of an argument.  If you can’t laugh with your partner than you are truly missing out. Arguably, you likely are not with the right person if you don’t find yourself laughing with them. Unless dealing with unique circumstances, in which laughing seems inappropriate, having laughter in your relationship is a huge benefit. Laughter and love are the best medicines and they go hand and hand. You need to be able to cheer your partner up. It is important to make each other laugh and smile as much as possible.
8.Chemistry
This can only be described, as the indescribable, “heat”. It’s that feeling that you simply have no words for. At times, it can makes your knees weak. Whether it be sexual, mental, or hopefully both, this person just gets you on every level. To the point, where simply the thought of them can render a smile. You feel a connection with this person and it is unlike any other. They just get you. You jive so well with this person,  and share an unspoken bond of quality and greatness in your relationship that makes it totally unique. Nobody else has to understand it. Chemistry also means that you are comfortable with this person. You can be at your worst and at your best around this person, and they still love you. This goes for appearances too. If you feel the constant need to be made up for your partner then this could be a concern. Being loved, accepted and desired for who you are naturally is key.

9. Opposition
This doesn’t mean you will be opposing energies, but rather that you will challenge each other. I do vote that it is better to have a Captain and a First Mate, oppose to two captains in a relationship. Different types of energy is good, and sometimes there needs to be a balance of the masculine and the feminine. I have seen many cases where the female is the masculine energy in the relationship, and it works wonderfully. Even if you both insist on wearing the captain’s hat, as long as you can create some opposition for the other (some challenge), this is good. People need a different way of looking at things, and it’s good to learn from your partner–it’s good to push them every once in awhile. One guy told me, of his girlfriend (now wife) at the time, “she makes me better because she challenges me.” She drove him to be the best that he could be in many capacities. She ensured he knew what he could be, and wouldn’t let him lose sight of that. A partner who won’t let you lose fight, is a partner who truly loves you. A good partner will want to see you succeed.

10. Love
This is the magical glue that holds it all together. You do not have to explain that you love someone, you just have to know in your heart that you do. Everyone needs to feel love in their relationship. This is not something you should ever question. Physically, mentally, verbally–love needs to be felt on all levels. Love needs to be spoken and expressed. If you lack affection with your partner, you should ask why. If this is your choice, then by all mean, this is fine, but love shows itself to others. Not saying public displays are needed, but you’ll find that the couples who are quite crazy about each other can’t really keep their hands off the other, even well into their marriages. This type of love is out there is if you want it, you just have to make sure you’ve met the right match.
Are you able to check off all ten of these things? I’m sure that no one is, but in a perfect world it would be nice to know you have these elements in your relationship. If you are having doubts, but waiting for the ring, think it over, and make sure you are satisfied on every level. He’s still gong to be the same person after you get married. This goes for men as well, getting married is not going to change anything in your relationship except make it more serious. A lot of people are together, and a lot of people are in love, but sadly not all of this discovered love will last. We don’t live in a world where everything is forever, but somethings will last for as long as they possible can, and somethings won’t. Sometimes you are shaken to your core by a kind of love that if you look for it, you will see it all the time. If you have time to take a good look, I’m pretty certain you will see that true love is all around you.t your current relationship.