At the onset of a relationship, it’s quite hard to determine if any form of love connection exists between you and your partner.
You may actually be questioning if any connection exists or if they have the same level of commitment as you in the relationship. Perhaps it could be that the two of you are already having sex but you don’t know if it’s just that or if there’s more to what you have.
Rather than being concerned as to whether you and your partner have a real connection, it’s best to consider how deep of a connection the two of you have. Or think of the a types of connections partners usually have which could be social, physical, mental, spiritual and emotional. In how many of these areas do you connect with your partner and how strong is the connection?
Check out 5 things that show you and your partner have a connection.
Building Social Connection
The way you and your partner relate to each other socially and with other people individually can go a long way in telling you if you both have a connection. The things you share in common such as hobbies and lifestyle go a long way in fostering your connection to your partner socially. How much do you enjoy spending time with family and friends? And Do you both enjoy participating in the activities you share in common? The social connection can help determine how you relate with your partner. Evaluate how you relate with each other and other people. That can help determine if you both have a love connection.
There should be some form of attraction physically as this may be the only connection you have initially. If you find your relationship lacking in other areas, chances are you may be worried if it’s only physical connection that exists. It’s cool to be connected physically but there should be more to your relationship, else you may feel insecure.
You Think Alik
If your thoughts and interests are similar, chances are there’s a love connection. It can be quite boring for a medical Doctor to explain medical terms to a linguist and this may cause either of you to become bored. Getting someone that matches you intellectually can help create a love connection through similar interests and enthralling conversations.
Connecting From An Emotional Perspective
If you and your partner connect emotionally, it is an indication that both of you possess the ability and are willing to share your feelings with each other. These feelings include intimate ones such as fear, sadness, shame and loneliness. Vulnerability with your partner is an indication that your relationship is developing and if otherwise, you still have some work to do. It may also be that you are dating someone that is not expressive. These things may be normal at the beginning of a relationship with nothing more than ecstatic and intense feelings which are most likely induced by feel-good hormones as a result of falling in love which may fade with time. Strong emotional connections are mostly built with time and a sizable amount of effort.
It is important that there is some form of reciprocity when it comes to emotions in every relationship. Having an intense feeling towards your partner and not getting the same back means there’s a connection missing for you to have a healthy relationship. It must also be reciprocal. Encourage open conversations which can help you both have real emotional connection.
You Feel You’re Meant For Each Other
This one may depend on your spiritual beliefs or faith but could still be important in determining if you have a connection with your partner. It is quite common for people to feel that fate has a hand in bringing them together and if you feel this way, it could point to a love connection. There may however be other areas in which you and your partner should have some form of connection especially if you’re out for a long term relationship. The better the connection you have with your partner, the better the chance of you having a fulfilling and successful relationship.