A study shows that people are not as picky as they thought when choosing who to date and be in a relationship with. Not only that, but many of them are still in relationships that should have ended long ago. A large percentage, about 75% of people, have a hard time finding people who they think meet their criteria. We recognize the struggle and think we can help her.

It’s not mandatory or necessary for everyone to find a life partner, but for those who are having a hard time finding one, we have some insight into why this is the case.

You Try To Be Someone Else

People often get carried away by their boyfriends or partners and pretend they like things they don’t like. To have a successful relationship, you need to fully accept yourself and show it to those around you.

Don’t be ashamed of who you are and don’t try to mirror the other person’s interests and habits. However, to do that, you must first take a good look at yourself in the mirror and know who you really are and what you are looking for in life.

You Set Your Standards Too Low Or Too High

It’s not only good but essential to have standards when dating, however sometimes you set them too low or too high. In the first case, you commit to something that you know will make you unhappy in the future.

You may feel desperate and want to find a partner right away, but this is the perfect recipe for failure. In the second case, you set your standards so high that hardly anyone can meet them.

That is because you are probably looking for the perfect person and you must know that it does not exist. You should look for someone who has the necessary characteristics for your needs.

You Are Afraid To Go On Dates And Meet New People

Do not expect that by meeting just one person, you will find the love of your life. The dating scene is a struggle, and you’ll have to explore it as much as you can to find what you want. By being open to meeting new people, you will see what bothers you and what you are really looking for.

Even if you get rejected from time to time, the lessons you learn will be very important in the future.

You Are Scared To Tell Them About Your Feelings

So, you have started a casual relationship with someone, and along the way, you realize that you want more from that person. It’s okay to let them know your feelings, and maybe they feel the same way about you.

Even if they don’t, at least you’ve made an effort instead of torturing yourself by hiding your feelings. If that happens, this relationship was not meant to be, so don’t get discouraged and move on to the next adventure.

You Ignore The People In Your Social Circle

Sometimes there are people in our circle who give us their full attention, but we don’t think they want more from us. Maybe you should take a good look at your friends and colleagues and realize who has been there for you without you being there for them in the same way.

Maybe they not only see you as a friend, but also have feelings for you. We’re not saying you should go out of your way to date them, but take a good look at them and try to see them from a different perspective.

You Don’t Have Common Interests

Having the exact same interests as your partner may be impossible, but it would be beneficial to have some in common. For example, if they like to be inside all the time and you like to be outside all day, this could be a problem.

It’s important that you like some of the same things so you can hang out together. This will give you something to relate to not only at the beginning of the relationship, but also years later when you start a family together.

Have you found your true love and life partner? How long did it take you to find them? Was it easy to build a strong and solid relationship?