Finding "the one"

Pressure to find "the one" is all around us, especially if you've been single for a while. This idea of "the one" is false. It is not realistic for us to expect for one person to fulfill all of our needs. This sets up our partners to fail and our relationships to end. When our partners and relationships fall short we are triggered by our own relationship wounds and attachment patterns. It is time that we adjust the roles we expect our partner to fulfill and look internally first. We will be able to create more healthy a solid connections with others if we first have this type of connection with self. When our relational wounds are healed that we aren't holding our partners to unrealistic expectations. What expectations do you hold your partner to? Are you waiting to be rescued? from what? What is your reaction when others disappoint you?


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