8 Signs Someone Isn’t Meant For You

Do you believe in the idea of soul mates? There are also certain things you just have to have in order to make a relationship work, like attraction, chemistry, romance, friendship, and of course, compatibility. So, it’s important that you take the time to evaluate your relationship and ask yourself honestly if you think your partner is really the one for you. Otherwise, you risk holding each other back by staying in an unhappy, unfulfilling relationship. What if they're not the one for you? Here are a few important warning signs that you and your partner may not be right for each other.

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