Do you wonder if you have a genuine emotional connection with your partner? This question makes much sense when we are talking about new relationships.
In the beginning stages of a relationship, determining if you have a strong emotional connection with your partner can be quite tricky.
Maybe you’re questioning if your feelings for your partner are truly genuine, or if he or she is as invested as you are in the relationship.
Or, maybe you’ve hit it off physically and you have no idea whether there’s something there. A connection perhaps?
Or just a one-night stand. Or lastly, you might be looking for signs that your partner feels the same deep love and connection to you, which means that he or she will continue to be a part of your life in the near and far future.
Well, in today’s post, we’re discussing the 10 most significant signs that tell whether you or your lover have a genuine emotional connection towards each other:
1. You Won’t Be Afraid to Display Your Weirdest Habits
A genuine connection brings more than feelings. It brings a lot of fun to the table, as you and your spouse won’t be afraid to show off your weirdest habits. A very weird morning routine? Interesting!
Whatever it is, displaying it won’t be a problem, simply because the person you’re sharing all these weirdness with will not judge!
2. Communication Will Go Smoothly and Easily – Never Forced
The communication between you and your partner can tell a lot about the strength of your emotional connection. Soul mates can talk for days without boring each other. People that are in for the physical part will barely have to talk about common subjects.
That’s why one night stands are 90% action and 10% talk. However, when there’s an interesting connection between two people, both will want to take it slowly and enjoy the prelude.
3. You Can Joke Around without Taking It Personally
A strong emotional connection changes people. If a few months ago you’d judge what your spouse had to say, now you might feel that almost nothing can affect you, because you can feel that those things are not meant to affect you.
They’re meant to be fun, interesting, or to capture your attention. You two can joke around without carrying bad feelings after teasing each other.
4. You Won’t Seek an Opportunity to Get in Touch – You’ll Just Do It
Considering that the two of you are not living together, calling and texting will be frequent. If you’re in love with someone, you’ll never need a reason to get in touch. You’ll simply do it without questioning your motives.
But the motives could be many: you might want to see how she/he is doing, might want to find out the time for your next date, or you might simply want to express the fact that you’re missing her/him.
5. How Others Perceive Your Relationships is Irrelevant to You
A strong emotional connection will destroy any concern that might come from other people’s judgments. If there’s something with your partner, something special, something that you recognize as unique, nobody else’s opinion will matter.
Whether your parents, friends, or best friends agree with your relationship or not, that’s only their concerns. Feelings are stronger than opinions!
6. Your Partner Will Give You Space Without Questioning You
Every time you need to do something on your own, your spouse will understand without giving your headaches. We all know how annoying questioning can be, and that’s exactly what we don’t want to see in our romantic relationships.
Considering that there’s a significant connection between the two of you, both you and your spouse won’t feel the need to question each other.
Space is very important in any type of interpersonal relationship. In a romantic relationship though, the common respect and understanding for each other’s private needs will determine the quality of time spent together.
7. You’ll Be Able to Talk Openly About Your Feelings
If you feel the need to say something, you will say it and so will your lover. When the emotional connection between you two is reciprocal, talking about each other’s feelings will be extremely pleasant and easy.
Besides the alcohol that makes you talk about feelings with much ease, love is also a predominant trigger for this behavior. The stronger are your feelings for someone, the stronger is the urge to express them.
8. You’ll Disagree Without Showing Lack of Respect
When you don’t like something about your partner, you won’t feel reluctant to speak it out loud. That’s the most important thing – to feel confident that your remarks will bring a positive change and that the effort is worth it.
Even if your spouse doesn’t take it very well, it’s the right thing to do. For both of you!
However, when you’re truly connected to someone, disagreeing will not be something that’ll bring conflict, because the remarks do not show a lack of respect.
9. Your Partner Will Always Have Your Back in Difficult Situations.
Soulmates do not always agree with everything. But when it comes to the most important things in life, concerning values, goals, basic beliefs and priorities, they are on the same side.
Moreover, whenever you’ll encounter a tough situation, your partner is usually there to help.
10. You Will Share a Powerful Mutual Respect.
Relationships often break up when two people try to change each other. But close souls accept each other completely because they are proud of each other. They support their partners in everything and they’re showing unconditional respect to each other.
One of the biggest factors that contribute to so many breakups is the lack of respect.
You never insult, lie, or cheat. You don’t feel the need to do such things because you know they won’t bring any good to the relationship. An emotional connection is strong when both partners keep it that way!
An emotional connection is too complex to be labeled as black or white, small or big, fair or not fair. Every connection is special is unique. There are lots of complexities and variations, but at the same time, it’s all linked to you. It’s about who you are and what you want.
If deep down you want a wife/husband, you’ll unconsciously look for such qualities in your partner. However, if you want a bad girl/boy, a connection with a nonviolent person will not be as strong (or won’t be at all).
Pay attention to your own desires and tap into your self-awareness – it will help big time!
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