Finally, I’ve met the ONE.
Finally, I’ve met the ONE. So you say. How do you know since you have believed this a few times before only to have found out how off you were (after the 2nd encounter or when you noticed their socks didn’t match, or that the car they sported was a rental they needed to return for their uncle)?. I’ll tell you why. This happens in the beginning. 1) They flood you with their attention and put in extra over time, so much, so fast, that you fall for them, undoubtedly, as you believe they have for you. 2) They bring you up so high, making you the center of their world – just for this, you believe they were God-sent, making up for all your past ill-will relationships. 3) They create this belief that everything they do is for your best interest, so you begin to confide your whole life story to them, while you know very little if not nothing about theirs. 4) They say the right words, do the right things, all their gestures point to a person that truly cares about you. 5) You begin to question “How did I ever live without you?” and soon “What will I do without you?”. 6) You exclaim to the world that you’ve found “the one" and that this is THE real deal. Any plans you had for yourself before meeting them suddenly gets pushed back, your priorities then gets re-prioritized voluntarily, by You. Everything you do, you do it for them. 7) When friends or family members show resistance into accepting your new found love, you force it upon them, to understand that they are everything you’ve always wanted and more, and ask “Why can’t you just be happy for me?”. 8) If anyone should express their discontent towards your relationship, you will: 1) shun that person out of your life 2) believe that people are envious of what you have, therefore not wanting to see you happy. 9) You slowly begin to disregard all negative things that others try to present to you about your new love. 10) You begin to over protect your relationship and rebel against everyone around and slowly no one comes around.