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He’s Not Your Happily Ever After If You’re Unable To Do These 6 Things Together

Even if you’re in a bad place right now and don’t believe love can happen to anyone, don’t lose hope. All of us have a soulmate somewhere out there – that special someone who’s meant to be ours forever.

But sometimes we mistake our soulmate with someone who isn’t right for us, and the best way to know that is through actions.

If you’re each other’s happily-ever-afters, it will reflect in your actions and the things you do together as a couple, confirming how strong your connection and chemistry truly is.

So if you’re wondering whether or not this person you’re with right now is right for you, then pay close attention to the things you can and can’t do together. When you do that, you’ll have a clearer view of the other person and be able to tell if he’s your soulmate.

1. You give each other enough space

DONE! He's Not Your Happily Ever After If You're Unable To Do These 6 Things Together

When you get the chance to meet the love of your life, you’ll never feel trapped again. It will be as if someone sets you free because true love is all about a sense of belonging, not feeling caging by your partner.

There’s no need to spend every waking second of your day with your significant other in order to prove your love to each other. The love is already there, but you have to give it some room to grow.

You don’t have to be glued to each other and you don’t need to validate your love to anyone besides yourself and your partner.

But at the same time, you have to give him space and he needs to do the same for you. If you’re unable to do that, your relationship will suffer and your bond is bound to break.

Believe me, love is more real when you trust each other the same, regardless of whether you’re together or miles apart.

In the end, both of you have your own lives and other relationships with your family and friends that you have to nurture and cherish too.

2. You support each other

DONE! He's Not Your Happily Ever After If You're Unable To Do These 6 Things Together

The thing about love is that it should make you feel like you’re part of something bigger.

That you have something the other person wants and that you’re enough to them. It should never feel like you’re worthless, insignificant, or unappreciated in any way.

And if you can relate to these feelings, then it’s time to move away from a guy like that and never settle for anything less than you deserve.

Soulmates are always supportive of each other. They don’t belittle each other but instead have each other’s back, come hell or high water.

Also, they’re always kind to one another because you never know what the other person is going through at the time. As a result, both of them grow together.

Anything less than this you don’t deserve. It’s not worth your time, effort, or self-esteem to be in a toxic relationship that will end in heartbreak.

3. You’re playful with each other

DONE! He's Not Your Happily Ever After If You're Unable To Do These 6 Things Together

Having fun together is a great indicator that you have a healthy relationship and that it’s going in the right direction. A couple who knows how to loosen up and is comfortable around each other is bound to share a great time together.

You aren’t afraid to show your funny and weird side to each other. You share the same sense of humor and are sure not to take life too seriously.

Keeping this playful is part of who you are and, let’s be honest, a bit of teasing and tickling hurts no one. You make ordinary things extraordinary just by being together.

If a bit of playfulness doesn’t come naturally to you and your partner, then chances are you aren’t meant for each other and he’s not your soulmate.

4. You’re honest with each other

DONE! He's Not Your Happily Ever After If You're Unable To Do These 6 Things Together

A red flag that he’s not your happily ever after is when you can’t be open and upfront with your partner.

Every successful relationship requires both partners to be completely honest with each other without hesitation or fear. If you can’t do that, then the relationship is doomed to fail.

You have to be able to speak what’s on your mind and be yourself around your partner. It’s okay to keep some things to yourself, but you should never jeopardize your relationship for the sake of not hurting your partner.

If you can’t do that, then he’s definitely not your soulmate.

5. You have great communication

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If you think this is insignificant, you’re sorely mistaken. The reason for most failed relationships is that partners don’t listen to each other. They simply forget to sit down and have a proper conversation.

This one is closely tied to the previous action, as you need to be free to talk to your partner about anything and everything.

Not every day will be a joyful one, but you should be able to share your happiness and sadness with your partner.

If you’re not able to tell your partner whatever it is that’s been bothering you and work together on finding a solution, then you’re in the wrong relationship.

6. You can enjoy silence together

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Strangely enough, this one is actually a pretty big deal to many people. The right people can sit together and enjoy the silence without any awkwardness.

That’s because it feels natural to them and they’re comfortable just being together and enjoy each other’s physical presence.

If you have to constantly force the conversation and talk about anything to break the silence, then he isn’t your soulmate and you should rather start looking elsewhere.

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