Often common situation that people are breaking up, again make peace, find another partner, then again break up and looking for a new partner and do it so often that it seems that the serious and long-term relationships are just rarity. So, what is the partner that is suitable for long relationship? What are the most important rules for long-term relationship?
In general, people call the relationship in two ways – long-term and short-term. In other words, it could be called a relationship with and without obligations. So, if a person is in a relationship for few years, but they are not binding or contain no common plans, constantly arise third parties, this relationship cannot be called long-term in the true sense of the words.
The right man for long-term relationship is one who is ready for obligations and in addition is sufficiently mature to understand the relation between illusion and reality in his life. Man is oriented to the future, seeking commonality with a partner, creates plans, and accepts obligations. Statistically, it is believed that women mature for a family creation earlier than men, it is determined by both physiological and psychological gender differences.
Awareness and maturity for long” relationship is revealed through the understanding that the essence of a relationship is a conscious choice. That is, when the initial butterflies get quiet and appear more real knowledge of each other, when a person deliberately tells himself that the presence with this particular partner is his choice. When the decision to be a relative is conscious, it protects from automatic actions and greater risks to destroy this relationship.
So the best feature for a long relationship with a specific person is the human consciousness and self-determination. In my view, any relationship is the question of needs and opportunities. This is identification of your basic desires, understanding weather your partner is able to meet them, and vice versa, if you have the necessary resources to meet the needs of your partner.
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