What Is a Perfect Match?
We humans are sociable creatures and most of us have the natural urge to find a partner in life.
Single people are often actively on the lookout for somebody to share their life with and social venues heave with people that are looking for the right person.
In spite of the sheer numbers of people we come in contact with however, we may still struggle to find somebody we are compatible with.
To help ensure any relationship is likely to work it can be helpful to try to find somebody that fits into particular categories.
Politics and Religion
There are some things that people will never agree on and two of the most obvious are politics and religion.
While you might think you will be able to make somebody change their mind on these matters you are likely to be left frustrated when faced with an unwavering opinion.
One of the biggest problems with disagreements about politics or religion is that both parties may find it hard to ‘agree to disagree’ and any disagreement could well turn into heated debate.
While some people may be able to put their differences aside in this regard the odds will be more in your favour if you find somebody that is unlikely to disagree with you.
Activities and Interests
While much of the population enjoy winding down at the weekend in pubs and clubs with a few beers, that is not everybody’s idea of a good time.
Other people may prefer to live a healthier lifestyle and spend their Friday and Saturday night taking part in sports and exercise events instead.
Others might like to go to the cinema or maybe a theatre to watch a play. If you find somebody that you share coming interests with then you stand a better chance of getting on just great.
If you are lucky enough to meet somebody at your favourite events or venues then you have already improved your chances of forging a relationship that will last for many years to come.
Some people are quick to rush into a relationship with really considering whether or not you will be compatible in the long term.
Even if you do agree on important matters and have similar interests this does not automatically mean that you are suited to each other.
Many people are quite reserved whereas others are more out-going and although these differences could get in the way of a relationship, they could also mean you complement each other.
Take some time to really get to know the other person and you will discover whether or not you make a good match.
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5 thoughts on “What Makes A Perfect Match?”
Compatibility comes with similarities as well as differences that complement each others personality.We all have our differences but the respect for each others opinions is what matters. Thanks for the thoughtful share.
A beautiful post!! Well, in my opinion there is no perfect match, love is all about accepting the imperfections gracefully. One factor which can ascertain whether it is a perfect match or not, is the compatibility quotient. If you are compatible with your partner, you are certainly heading towards a perfect relationship. Both the partners should compliment each other in every sense, to make the match a perfect one. Thanks for sharing the lovely post.
Oh you’ve again hit the nail on the head, Aayna – you should do a Guest Post on here one day :)
Acceptance is often spoken about but rarely is ‘acceptance’ truly accepted, other than being paid lip-service.
I love your ‘complimentary’ analogy too.
How do you personally discover whether you yourself are compatiable? Has it been a difficult area to get right?
They say marriages are made in heaven, which makes one wonder whether a perfect match is also made in heaven or do we have to find our own mate or soul-mate?
Yes indeed, you mentioned the things we need to find out perfect match, though it does take time and patience. I guess once you know your partner is compatible and both of you have something in common, or share similar interests, things start moving – isn’t it?
Thanks for sharing. :)
Welcome back to our patch of Internet Heaven, Harleena.
Finding that perfect match is probably well worth the time and patience investment, I suppose :)
Funny though, what do you think about thinking you’ve found your perfect match, only to see it fall apart and you find an even more perfect match?
Do you think that’s more an experience thing or a change in taste of what a perfect match is defined as?
Loe your insight on that one, Harleena.