Signs for being a Relationship-Ready


Speaking of love relationships: What would make someone a good man or woman in terms of being a partner? From my perspective, being ready for a romantic relationship means building a solid, healthy, and long-term love partnership with someone.

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It doesn’t matter if you find your dreams partner, if you’re not ready to have them in your life. It also may brings the possibility of the harsh fact that they may not be interested in you in return, if you’re not emotionally ready.

So, here is how you know if you’re ready for a relationship before you start one.

  • Resolve your issues with your family

It’s commonly said that, man’s relationship with women is directly connected to his relationship with his mom. If you have any issues with your parent of the opposite sex, please resolve them before getting into a romantic relationship.

  • Heal your past relationships wounds.

Healing a past relationship is extremely important before moving forward and entering a new relationship. Take a step back and see what went wrong. Take responsibility and accept your failure, learn your lessons, gain the wisdom from the experience, and forgive yourself and your ex. Remember, unresolved issues from past relationships are more than likely to show up subsequent relationships.

  • Resolve internal conflict and remove barriers to manifesting the relationship you desire

One part of you desperately wants support, and companionship of a partnership, while the other part of you fears your loss of freedom, the need to compromise, and the energetic drain of dealing with a partner’s emotional ups and downs. If this sounds like you, then you have an internal conflict that needs to be resolved before starting a new relationship.

  • Know what do you expect in a relationship

Everyone has expectations in regards with a romantic relationship. Identify your love relationship’s expectations and once you know what you want in a relationship, you can communicate clearly with your potential partner and giving them a choice as to whether to accommodate you or not.

  • Fully accept someone into your life

Privacy is important, but your willingness to fully accept someone into your life is what will let the other person know you care and are ready to make a commitment to them. You will blend your life into someone else’s. You will build bridges between your lives rather than walls.

It’s important to know what you feel inside. Are you ready to leave the single life behind and build a life alongside them. And, until that person comes, it’s important to work on ourselves and define our own happiness which we can share with them in the future.

  • You don’t need someone to complete you, but you need someone to accept you completely.

If you need to be in a relationship in order to be “complete,” you are looking for someone you will never find. You, alone, are a whole complete person. You don’t need someone to complete you, but you require someone to accept you completely.


  1. The emphasis on resolving family issues before entering a romantic relationship is quite insightful. It makes sense that unresolved familial conflicts can affect romantic dynamics.

  2. The point about healing past relationship wounds is crucial. Understanding and learning from past experiences can certainly help in forming healthier future relationships.

  3. Identifying and communicating expectations in a relationship seems like a practical approach. It can help in finding a partner who aligns with your needs and values.

  4. The idea of resolving internal conflict before starting a new relationship is an important consideration. Balancing the desire for companionship with the fear of losing freedom can be challenging.

    • Indeed, self-awareness about one’s internal conflicts can prevent a lot of future misunderstandings and issues in a relationship.

  5. I appreciate the notion that one doesn’t need someone to complete them but rather to accept them completely. This aligns with the concept of self-sufficiency and healthy interdependence.


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