The Perfect Partner

Have you always dreamed of being with the perfect partner?

The person that is 1000% committed to you only. A person who is committed to serving you everyday to ensure that all your needs are met, and that you are on a journey to be the person you have always wanted to be and they support you on that journey through your life together.

A partner that works with you every day to grow your relationship to be one where unconditional love exists. Where you receive so much that is critical for you to feel happy, that you never have to take and you are accepted just the way you are.

A person who helps you to feel secure that no matter what happens you will always be together, united against the whole world if you need to be.

  • A person who never makes you wrong, and is never your judge.
  • A person who makes you feel like the most important person in the world all the time in all situations.
  • A person who shows you unconditional love regardless of what you do to them.

A person who is committed to give your relationship a purpose and grow your relationship to be one filled with all you desire from emotional to physical needs.

Someone who makes your life fun, and provides you with a life full of the adventure, passion and excitement.

Your perfect partner is one that gives and gives, and never asks for anything in return and they do this because they love you beyond words.

Does this sound like someone you would like to be with?

If when you read this it sounds like the relationship you want to have, then I will show you how to get it no matter if you are married or dating… here goes…

  • The answer is simple, be this person yourself first.

You have to be the perfect partner before you will ever attract a person that is capable of being this for you. If you are in a committed relationship already you have to show your current partner how to give you what you want through example, do this and they will follow your lead without even realising.

Be the example that equals perfection to you.

In other words if you desire a higher standard of relationship from your partner, be sure that you meet that standard yourself first.

Until you do this your relationship will always be less than what you really want.

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Comments

  1. What if you have gone out of your way to be the perfect partner for more than one year but have not achieved the desired result. The partner “appreciates” and acknowledges all that you do for him and his children. He “loves” you and doesn’t want to be with anyone else, and doesn’t want you to break up, but won’t make a commitment to a future together (marriage/living together), even though you spend 95% of your time with him, he wants you to keep your own home ? I feel that I have given everything as you have suggested. I love him so much but have returned home and told him I won’t come back until he can take our relationship forward. The ultimatum … exactly what I have always tried to avoid. He split from his ex 2 years ago. What do you think Stephen ? Has he just taken advantage of my love (this was not part of a plan, just how I am). A commitment to our future is so important to me. If he really “loves” me he’d see that wouldn’t he ?

    • Stephen Hedger says:

      Dear Optimist

      Thank you for your comment. This is frustrating when you feel you have given your all and still don’t have what you wanted in return.

      For you this feels one sided and to get leverage you have pulled love away to help him see what he is about to lose.

      My question is what is he missing in this relationship and what does he fear?

      These two parts will be driving his actions.

      My next question is were you meeting your perception of his needs? Did he tell you what he needed?

      The thing here is we can put a lot of effort giving to our partners and miss what they really needed.

      I am making assumptions, but I have to look a the situation where a man has a woman that clearly loves him and he is about to throw it away.

      The question is why…

      There is a very good reason… I have sent you an email so please speak with me one-on-one.

      Kind regards

      Stephen Hedger