And we’re not saying that there wouldn’t be times when a person in a good relationship would get down or struggle emotionally at some level.
But generally speaking, a person who is in the right relationship is going to be happy.
Usually the best way to tell if someone is worth your time is to closely observe rather than what he says.
It’s so easy for anyone to talk a good game about caring, loving you, wanting to be your one and only, but what traits should you be screening for to answer the question “is he worth dating?
While those traits relate to major lifestyle choices, other deal breakers could seem futile to some — such as hair color or taste in films — but be critical to the individual."Deal breakers are unique to every individual and you should be honest, even if one appears superficial," Michel said.
To each his own, sure, but deal breakers should also be reassessed from time to time, she said, because they can change as you mature and learn from previous dating experiences."What was a deal breaker in my 20s — like having no hair — was no longer an issue by my 30s," Michel said.
She also wasn't sure she could trust everything he said.
Sometimes she wondered if he had a hidden agenda with her. When she met him she fell in love with his good looks and intelligence.
He argued about everything, always playing the devil's advocate.
Before I reveal the tool, I'll give you some case studies that show the complexity of deciding to stay or go.
1) Sally was in love with her boyfriend who was attractive and charming.
So if you find yourself unhappy much of the time – and especially when you’re with your partner – then that’s a fairly clear sign that this may not be the best person for you.
In addition to feeling happy, a person in a good relationship usually has a positive self esteem.