5 Signs You’re Meant to Be Together

When it comes to finding the right one for you, it can feel impossible to really know for sure whether they are actually “the one.” After all, this isn’t something we’re exactly taught in life – it just happens. But uncertainty is always a factor that can come in to play, no matter how right your relationship may feel. So to help put your mind at ease, here are 5 signs that will tell you that you’re meant to be together.

You support each other

Whether it’s signing up for a college program at the age of 42, or deciding to alter a career path altogether – whatever it may be, supporting each other’s ambitions, goals and dreams is necessary for a healthy and strong relationship.

They bring you up instead of down

They say the people we hang around the most influence us immensely. So considering just how much time you spend with your partner, you want to ensure that you both will uplift and only improve one another. If you feel that there’s only love and support that help to make you each a better person when you’re together, you bet it’s meant to be.

There’s trust

Of course, where would any relationship be without trust? It is the foundation of everything. Without it, insecurity, jealousy, and bitterness can thrive. Having a healthy relationship is all about being together while also being able to lead your own independent lives. Trust provides that platform and encourages a strong and loving bond.

You don’t try and change each other

Loving another means accepting the whole package – the faults, insecurities, jogging pants, and messy hair. Does your partner feel comfortable around you? Do you feel as though you can let your hair down and not look your best, all the while still being desirable to your partner? That’s how it should be!

There’s healthy, open communication

Finally, communication is what sets apart lasting relationships. Without this, a relationship can quickly suffocate and desist. Having trust, comfort and openness present, all lead the way for proper communication where you can both truly speak and listen to one another without judgement.

If you feel confident that each of these elements are present and thriving in your relationship, you shouldn’t feel insecure or unsure about it. But just because they all may not be present, doesn’t mean they can’t be improved upon. We are all human after all, and being able to share your life with another is one of the true wonders of life.

If you’re meant to be together, you can solidify that bond through marriage. If you want to personalize your vows or prefer a non-traditional wedding, a wedding officiant (wedding celebrant, ordained minister) will play an important role in the ceremony. Contact Martin Carnahan to discuss your custom wedding ceremony ideas.