5 Signs He Is The Right Person You Should Marry

You have been dating him for a while and you are not sure whether you want to take this relationship further and marry him. Don't worry. It's common to "kiss a lot of frogs" before finding the right one!
Here is the checklist of positive signs which will help you find out whether he is the right person to marry. Keep your inhibitions aside and go through these signs. If you relate with most of them, this date might turn into a good choice for marriage:
  • He cares about you and what you think: Caring about your partner is a natural sign and cannot be a factor to decide whether He is the one. The question is : Does he care about what you think ? A partner who listens to your opinions and feelings and responds with empathy and sincerity is the one you can communicate with.
  • He guides you and has his opinion, too: It is important for your partner to listen to your ideas, opinions but at the same time to keep his opinions and ideas on the table. If he really loves you, he won't hesitate to express his opinions. He will correct you, when he feels you are going wrong and will guide you at the same time.
  • He will accept you the way you are: If he really loves, he won't try changing you. You and your partner are two different individuals, unique in your own ways. Your partner might often disagree with your points/ ideas/opinions but then that is the beauty of a true relationship. Your disagreements and difference in opinions don't change anything. Your partner should understand that you are different and you will perceive things differently. In the end, we are very well known to the fact that Opposites Attract.
  • He respects your social space: He has his own life and he should know that you have yours too. He should give you your social space and should also try to gel with your friends and colleagues. Your partner is ideal if he never questions your social space as he trusts you. So, don't try to break that trust. He is the right man.
  • You both have survived through hard times: A popular book by Libba Bray includes a phrase "I'm sorry, Gemma. But we can't live in the light all the time. You have to take whatever light you can hold into the dark with you."- Libba Bray, A Great and Terrible Beauty. There are going to be rough days in your relationship, but its about how you survive them. You will fight and get upset with each other but the beauty lies in the process of trying to get things back to normal.
We hope you will be able to relate your relationship with all the positives and decide to marry soon. And for others, don't get disappointed. It's just a bad date, not a bad life. Have a Happy Life ahead.