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When To Know It’s Time To Say I Do


Written by femtotrend team.

Source: www.uswedding.info

I guess, one of the biggest riddle in life is when to know it’s time to do anything. Most of us don’t take a second to really appreciate the life we have. Our very existence is a miracle. Every individual on earth is a miracle. The unfertilized human egg has a lifespan of 12 to 24 hours after it has left the ovary and pushed down the fallopian tube. In less than a day, millions of sperms are swimming toward the fallopian tube. Only one sperm will fertilize the egg, and a new life begins. Without dwelling too much on the science, we can see that from beginning to end, everything is well orchestrated for an egg to be fertilized. After 9 months of pregnancy, a mother welcomes to the world a new baby.

Some of the babies will reach adulthood and decide to get married some day and have their own babies. This is full circle, and it’s only fair to ask: “When to know it’s time to say I do?”. There isn’t an easy answer to this question but we can give it a try. Many among us are driven by the pursuit of happiness. Happiness means different things to different people. The dating world is a very complex one and there isn’t a one size fits all when it comes to relationship.

I think, we should begin with the individual before even contemplating a couple. One thing is clear. One must know and love themselves before engaging in a relationship. It is helpful to know the things that make you happy in life. It is also imperative to know the people that make you happy. The driving force here must be your individual happiness. We witness people getting married every single day. An event that common in our lives deserves a meticulous investigation. People are not a bunch of statistical numbers. One is most certainly heading for failure if they approach a potential relationship as a checklist. You cannot enter a relationship with rigid preconceive ideas that the potential partner must be, tall, beautiful, intelligent, of a certain age, successful etc… I guess, take a second and breathe. Nobody is perfect, including You!

A more successful approach is to focus on things that make you happy in a potential partner even before you meet them. In this case, you’ll have a good idea the day you do meet them. Another thing is that, just like our conception, nothing is certain in life. You also have to follow your gut and take a chance. One thing is sure though. If you are waiting for everything to be crystal clear in order to dive into a relationship, I’m sorry to say that you’re setting yourself up for failure. There are no guaranties that any potential relationship will work but you’ve got to have faith. Without faith, it will be almost impossible for you to tie the knots. Love is not logical. Some of the greatest logical people also have relationship problems like everybody else.

Honestly, I think, find a partner who genuinely loves and respects you, and everything else will fall into place. In my opinion, the inner qualities of your partner should be more important than their look. Let’s face it, everybody changes physically over time as we get older. You must be drawn to your partner by qualities and not physical appearance. Otherwise, any abrupt physical change will send you packing. Our humanity is not based on look but our actions and the way we treat each other. So don’t be afraid and follow your gut, and take the next step and say I do. Life is so much better if you have a special someone to share it with.