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Subscriber active since. These points are all broad principles. However, if your new relationship ticks the four boxes below, it's reasonable to assume it has the potential to be a nurturing, cohesive long-term partnership. If your relationship doesn't tick these boxes, you may need to be more aware of whether your current feelings might change in the future. In general, it's the latter. People really do tend to partner with others who are similar to them and who share their values.


When you're in the beginning stages of a brand new relationship, it's easy to get swept up in how amazing everything feels — after all, it's not called the 'honeymoon phase' for nothing. But if your goal is long-term love, it's important to be able to view your new partner without rose-colored glasses, and be aware of the early s the relationship won't last long-term.

Yes, relationships tend to get stronger and deeper over timeand a slightly rocky beginning doesn't necessarily spell doom for the relationship.

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That being said, it's unwise to sweep red flags under the rugbecause often, the beginning of a relationship reveals a lot about how things will play out in the long run. Paying attention to what is going wonderfully, and what is actually not working When being aware of what is going on in a relationship, even of something painful, there is way more of a chance to actually address and possibly heal the issue and create a long-term relationship.

It might feel like you're being overly cynical if you're actively looking out for red flags in a new relationshipbut you're actually much better off if you notice something that has you questioning the future of your relationship early on: that way, you'll have a chance to address it before any resentment builds or you waste more of your precious time.

If you want to make sure that your new boo has real potential. Here are nine s that could indicate your new partner isn't long-term love material. In the honeymoon phase, it's totally normal to get swept up in a passionate whirlwind of lustand feel like you can't get enough of your new partner.

But if you feel like your relationship is based solely on this intense, passionate, gotta-have-them feeling, and there's not a lot else you have in common, that's a that things won't last when the sexy vibes fizzle out. Palmer, Ph. If you 'fell head over heels in love' you can just as easily fall out of love If you have common interests and empathic communication, that is the glue that can hold a relationship together even after the passion wanes.

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For a relationship to last long-term, it's so important to feel like you can always be your genuine, authentic self around your partner. If you just started dating, it might take a bit for you to open up, and that's OK — but if you find yourself walking on eggshells lest you slip up and reveal part of yourself you don't want to share with your partner, that's unsustainable in the long run.

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Every couple has different standards for how much or little they communicate with each other, but in the beginning of a relationship, it doesn't bode well for the future if you feel like your partner doesn't prioritize youand communicates less frequently than you'd like. The company we keep says a lot about who we are, and if you realize early on that you can't stand your partner's friends, that could indicate that you're not really compatible long-term.

In any long-term relationship, both partners need to be independent to some degree, and have their own unique interests and hobbies that are separate from their partner. If you notice that your new partner immediately tries to adopt all the same interests as you, that could be a red flag that they'll be too dependent on you for their happiness in the future. You love opera?

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Suddenly they do as well. You love dogs? What do you know, suddenly they have a puppy. You like swing dancing? After all, we like people for their own uniqueness, not our identical match. The foundation for any healthy long-term relationship is mutual respect, which means that both partner's opinions are equally valued in any given situation.

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If you get the sense whether subtle or not that your partner values their own opinion above yours, that's a they won't make a great partner long-term. But does their monopoly extend to the topic of conversations, who you spend time with, or even opinions on current events?

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If your opinion is discounted or ignored, pay attention to this red flag. The longer you're with someone, the better you'll get to know the 'real' them — which includes getting acquainted with each other's faults and quirks.

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If your new partner has an issue with some of your less-than-perfect qualities, but expects you to totally accept them with no questions asked, that doesn't bode well for your romantic future together. If you are going to be there for them, they need to be there for you as well. In a new relationship, everyone is going to be on their very best behavior, which means that you should really pay attention to how your partner treats not just you, but those around him or her — because chances are that's how they'll treat you one day, too.

Eventually, when the love fades, they'll treat you this way, guaranteed.

9 early s a relationship won't last long-term, according to experts

It should go without saying, but if your new partner seems to still be stuck on an ex — even if all they do is talk badly about him or her — that's a major red flag that they aren't interested in or ready for a long-term future with you. Getting caught up in drama with the ex?

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Maybe even daydreaming about them? These are all very bad s," Bennett says. If this is the case, all it will take is one instance where the ex is extra 'nice' or comes back to end the relationship.

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At the end of the day, it's up to you and only you to decide what your dealbreakers in a new relationship are. As long as you're aware of what you do and don't want in a long-term partner, and are savvy enough to notice any early red flags that your new partner might not be what you want in the long run, there's no reason why you won't have a happy, successful relationship — even if you have to dump a few duds along the way.

By Laken Howard. See All Health Relationships Self.

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So we were familiar with the short-lived honeymoon period, and how long-term relationships bring their own sets of challenges.


You agree on kids and marriage.


But beyond these general character traits, there are some fundamental questions you need answers to before you decide this is the right guy FOR YOU.


The truth is, over time, our feelings in our relationships do change.