So you’ve met someone and things are going pretty well.
You are excited and happy to see that person again. It acts like a refreshment in your life.
You’ve had a few dates, you text each other every day, and everything seems to be going well.
You might also expect that person to make the first move and ask you if you two are going to start a relationship.
Or maybe you’ve been together long enough that you feel comfortable in your relationship and you’re doing well.
Everything can be perfect, but… There is always a “but”.
But then you get this nagging feeling in the back of your mind: is he really “the one” or am I wasting my time trying to force a relationship?
Can your body tell you you’re with the wrong person?
Here are some signs that you’re with both the right person and the wrong person.
You don’t feel pressured to be perfect 24/7
Of course nobody is perfect, not even you.
Also, don’t expect someone to be perfect in a relationship, because that’s not possible.
However, we all make an effort and give the best of ourselves when we are in our partner’s presence.
This means that you probably want to be the most perfect version of yourself when you’re around your partner.
And if your partner does the same, then someone would say your relationship is on the right track.
That’s a good sign, but you also have to have moments and days when you’re not your bright, shiny self.
And that’s okay too. This is also better than pretending that you are not.
If you’ve found someone who makes you feel comfortable being a little off on the right occasions, that’s an even better sign.
Your body is telling you that you are with the right person in this case.
Because nobody can function properly under pressure. If you don’t feel any pressure around your partner, then you should stay with that person.
Do you feel more relaxed when you are around this person?
There’s no better feeling when you can act the way you are around someone.
Butterflies in the stomach may be comfortable at first, but after a while an endoscopy or heartburn medication may be needed.
In a relationship one should be relaxed and comfortable. It’s not healthy to always be nervous when it comes time to meet up with your partner.
Desiring to feel constantly excited is not realistic, sustainable, or healthy.
You may feel nostalgic at times and talk to your partner about how you felt when you first met.
But you should also know and be aware that it is impossible to always feel butterflies in your stomach.
You too are at your best and can achieve the most when you are relaxed.
You should be happy and content that you have reached such a level in the relationship and are happy with each other now.
Are you not smiling?
When you’re really in love with someone, there’s nothing in the world that can erase your smile.
You know that a smile often tells a person that they are in love. A smile is the first sign that someone is happy and content in their relationship.
There is nothing that can make you angry or impatient because you are filled with a huge amount of love. You are a ray of sunshine.
But on the other hand, when there comes a period in the relationship that is difficult to bear, the smile immediately disappears from the face.
So if you feel down around your partner, it could be a sign that something is wrong.
If you don’t have a reason to smile, you should ask yourself a few questions, right now.
You may not be happy with this person, no matter how much you convince yourself otherwise.
You notice a serious change in your appetite
If you’re eating when you’re stressed, or eating less in connection with your stress, don’t ignore it.
You know best how much you eat during the day and if there are any fluctuations, you should react immediately.
Some people tend to overeat when they are under stress.
On the other hand, there are also people who cannot eat at all when they are worried or sad.
No matter which group you belong to, you shouldn’t ignore these changes in your eating habits.
There’s a reason for this, and the driving force behind your stress could be the relationship itself.
If you’re with the wrong person, things will be more stressful than they should be.
If you really need to convince yourself that everything is fine, even though your body and soul are sending you signs that it isn’t, what more can I say..
Believe it or not, your body and intuition can tell you a lot about your relationships with other people.
You are in denial. Stop living under the illusion that your relationship is okay.
Don’t pretend everything is perfect by waiting inside for things to get better.
Stop making excuses for his behavior. Accept reality no matter how painful it is.
Expose yourself to this situation and your partner.
This is the only way you will find out as quickly as possible what is really going on in your relationship and whether there is a possibility of saving this relationship.
If not, then there is another solution.
Although this solution doesn’t feel like the best for you at the moment, your opinion will definitely change later.
Listen to your body and your intuition and avoid talking to your partner.