Things to look for in a partner

Again, credits 2 e-harmony.com .. i think🙂

No comments from me this time.

On e-harmony you should chose only 3, in real life you will add some more.

Please comment on this … if you feel like

So, here it is:

Chemistry…
I must feel deeply in love with and attracted to my partner.
Communicator…
I must have someone who is good at talking and listening.
Sense of Humor…
I must have someone who is sharp and can enjoy the humorous side of life.
Verbal Intimacy…
I must know that my partner is sharing their deepest emotional thoughts and desires.
Emotionally Healthy…
I must have a partner who is emotionally healthy, and able to share a stable life with someone else.
Strong Character…
I must have a partner who is honest and strong enough to do the right thing.
Artistry…
I must have a partner who has a passion for music, literature, drama, art, and the finer things in life either as a spectator or participant.
Education…
I must have someone whose educational achievements match my own.
Exciting…
I must have someone who isn’t afraid to take a risk and who sees life as an adventure.
Patience…
I must have someone who can handle life’s frustrations or momentary setbacks with a patient, steady, demeanor.
Conflict Resolver…
I must have a partner who will work to resolve rather than win arguments or conflicts within our relationship.
Personal Habits…
I must have a partner who maintains high standards of personal hygiene, orderliness, and other personal habits.
Affectionate…
I must have someone who is comfortable giving and receiving affection.
Energy Level…
I must have someone whose energy level matches my own.
Intellect…
I must have a partner who is bright and can share my understanding of the world as well as enjoy discussing important issues.
Self-Confident…
I must have a partner who knows and believes in himself/herself throughout life’s ups and downs.
Able to Accept Help…
I must have a partner who is willing to accept outside help for personal or relationship issues that are serious and important.
Curiosity…
I must have a partner who is hungry for new information and knowledge and who strives to learn as much as possible.
Adaptability…
I must have a partner who is able to adapt to life’s surprises.
Kindness…
I must have a partner who is gentle and kind.
Organized…
I must have a partner who values structure in their life.
Attractiveness…
I must have a partner who is considered “very attractive” by most current standards.
Industriousness…
I must have someone who is willing to work hard at whatever they do.
Emotionally Generous…
I must have a partner who enjoys people and is generous with his or her compassion, attention, sympathies and love.
Unassuming…
I must have someone who is able to accept criticism, and even admit to being wrong sometimes.
Loyal…
I must have someone I can count on to always support me.

Values

Family Life…
I must have a partner who is committed to marriage, home, and family.
Style and Appearance…
I must have someone who cares about the way they look and dress and has a sense of personal style.
Shared Politics…
I must have someone who has political beliefs which are the same or similar to my own.
Spirit of Volunteerism…
I must have a partner who shares my willingness to volunteer and support community and/or social causes.
Autonomy…
I must have a partner who will give me space to be my own person.
Shared Interests…
I must have someone who is willing to share my interests and passions.

Sexuality

Passionate…
I must have someone who is willing to explore our sexual desires with passion and understanding.

Spirituality

Spirituality…
I must have someone with a similar deep commitment to spirituality, who shares my beliefs.

( 1 comment . this is like imperative in semit cultures …. I find it quite irrelevant actually )

Spiritual Acceptance…
My partner must accept and respect my spiritual beliefs, whether they share them or not.

4 thoughts on “Things to look for in a partner

  1. all well-thought arguments🙂 however, the word “must” is a bit too strong when it comes to relationships and commitment (my opinion). You might want to consider “should” instead.

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  2. they said it .. so it must be right🙂
    still, if I say :
    I should have some some one who has the sense of humor it’s like not really having one who has the sense of humor… if i say i must have -> that’s more probably to happen .. isn’t it?

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  3. Well, maybe it is more probable, but it’s not philosophically correct😉. You know, happiness is not like a law of biology: I must eat or I will die. However, it’s true that humor is good for your health (mental and physical), but it’s not necessary (must)🙂. Just kidding (or am I?).

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