Anyone who finds themselves in a dysfunctional relationship will either try to make their soulmate “perfect” by changing them, or try to change themselves to be the “perfect” partner.
Here’s the truth:
- You can’t make a person change.
- Every person is imperfect.
You know what this means?
You must love an imperfect person you can tolerate – or even appreciate.
A Problem-Free Soulmate?
With that said, whoever you choose to love, realize that you are also choosing to love a set of problems. There are no problem-free candidates.
Problems are a part of any relationship, and you will have some sort of problems no matter who you love.
Lacey married Andrew, who tends to be a tad loud at parties. Lacey, who is shy, hates that.
But if Andrew had married Molly, he and Molly would have gotten into a fight before they even got to the party. That’s because Andrew is…