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Perfect Mate


Abraham Hicks. To create a perfect mate

Trust is a major aspect I look for in finding a perfect mate. Relationships built off trust generally are stronger, healthier, and have longevity. Couples that have no trust usually fight and do not last as long as couples that have a strong trust with each other. Actions in a relationship will show his or her mate how trustworthy they can be. If my mate were never honest with me, they would never fully gain my trust. Couples who have no trust become jealous of their spouse. Jealousy always leads to fights and arguments between each other.

Sharing the same spiritual beliefs as my mate is another main aspect I would look for in finding a perfect mate. If his or her mate shares the same beliefs it causes less fighting. It could cause arguing because they do not believe in doing and believing the same thing. It would be hard to raise a family with different spiritual...

Abraham Hicks - To create a perfect mate

  • Singles groups. These could be groups in local churches, dating services, or online. They're the most obvious source because everyone has outwardly declared that they're searching for someone, and while they have their pitfalls, the good thing is that everyone is there for the same purpose. You may find that your perfect mate on the hiking trip is married, or that there are no potential spouses in the auto detailing club, whereas singles groups are guaranteed singleness at least!
  • What Do You Find In A Perfect Mate (1989)

    What is the perfect mate? Many people look for different qualities when searching for their perfect mate. Depending on what the individual is looking for in life will help determine who their so-called “perfect mate” will be. Three characteristics I look for in finding a perfect mate are chemistry, trust, and sharing the same spiritual beliefs.

    That's what makes me so angry about these websites ads. They set people up for an expectation of finding and marrying a perfect soul mate. One who, once they prove themselves imperfect, might make their spouse feel they made a mistake. A mistake that could easily lead to divorce, and the beginning of another search for the "right" one.