The no.1 thing to consider when choosing a life partner

I think that most people get this wrong all the time.

People always like to talk about having things in common, money, age, distance and all that.

All of these are good, but they mean nothing without a strong foundation.

And that foundation comes in the form of whether he or she loves you enough to want to take care of you over the long-term.

And then everything I mentioned before will come into play. They just do anyway.

This is life. Things change everyday. But your ability to love is something that should be the most steadfast. If it isn’t, you don’t love that person. It is as simple as that.

If you want to answer this question quickly and easily, ask it when you’re sick and dying, or extremely hungover in bed.

I guarantee you your answer will be the same as mine.

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  1. felice - May 25, 2016 4:55 pm

    How very true and getting older one realizes just how important that is! I got very lucky in my old age:)
    Bravo for what you have written

  2. Obinna - June 6, 2016 7:50 am

    Choose a God-fearing and visionary person. Someone who can support you towards fulfilling your purpose.

    • sonia - August 4, 2016 2:14 pm

      prehaps A man who has a faith… not neccesarily God-fearing. one shouldnt be fearful of faith..its an oxymoron!

  3. sonia - August 4, 2016 2:15 pm

    Short,concise, too the point but deep & reflective!

  4. That heartbroken lady - December 16, 2016 2:36 pm

    This is a meaningful post which has strike a chord in my heart.. I love a guy who decided one day that he didn’t want our r/s and the future commitment and marriage plans anymore. Shortly after, he went into a r/s with a thai woman (or maybe be was already seeing her behind my back while we were together)..

    Despite the pain, I had chosen to forgive and love him. I gave him space and time to sort his thoughts, but the more space i gave, the worse his behaviours got.. he was apparently smittened by the new thai woman while continued lying to me about not having deep feelings or ‘in love’ feelings for her.. i guess he was hoping i won’t move on so quickly and can remain as his spare tyre.

    It has been a painful and arduous journey, i was angry, hurt, betrayed and cut deeply.. but deep down, i have chosen to forgive him. Nomatter how devastated and disappointed i am, i wish he will be happy and well.


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