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9 Personality Traits That Make Someone The Most Loving Partner

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We fall in love with people for all kinds of different reasons, but have you ever wondered what qualities are the best for a strong and loving relationship? Sure, a lot of these things will vary based on opinion, but here are some of the top personality traits that make the most loving partners.

Kindness

Obviously, you want to be with someone who’s kind to you but don’t limit your opinion simply to how your partner treats you. Pay attention to how they treat everyone you encounter. A loving partner is aware of everyone around them whether they’re friends and family or just strangers you come across when you’re out and about. You want to be with someone who’s kind to everyone.

Trustworthiness
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Trust is a very important quality for a loving partner to have because if they trust you and believe the things you say to them, they’ll be more understanding when it comes to your independence and individuality. A partner who trusts you to go out with friends without them or doesn’t make a point to keep tabs on what you’re doing is ultimately going to be a partner who loves more genuinely.

Spontaneity
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Relationships aren’t all about seriousness. It’s so important to have fun with your partner and a partner who is spontaneous and fun is going to be someone who loves fiercely and passionately. If you’re someone who tends to stay by the sidelines or take a backseat to the action in most situations, you might find a spontaneous and fearless partner to be the spice that you need in your life and the best person for you.

Agreeable
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When referring to agreeable, I’m not talking about someone who simply agrees with everything you say and never poses a question to your opinions or calls you out. That would be insincere, not to mention boring. You should want a partner that isn’t afraid to challenge you when they have a different opinion than you but is able to present it in a way that is still sensitive and aware of how you feel. A loving partner will compromise with you, seeing things from your perspective while still helping you to see things from a different point of view as well.

Patience
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Patience is an extremely important personality trait for a loving partner because you aren’t always going to see eye-to-eye and you’re not always going to feel happy and agreeable with each other. You’ll both need to be patient with each other at times and when you are able to, it will make your relationship a lot stronger and more loving.

Empathy
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Empathy is really important in love because your partner needs to be someone that you can share your feelings with and express everything without fear of it being dismissed or misunderstood. Even if your partner can’t completely relate to what you’re feeling and what you’re going through, they should be empathetic and comfort you and you should also do the same for them.

Affection
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Physical affection can sometimes be placed on the back burner in relationships or written off as not that important but the truth is that all loving relationships need an element of physical affection in order to be the best that they can be. We’re human beings and we crave physical touch and someone physically showing us that they love us. If your relationship doesn’t have physical affection, there is a chance that you and/or your partner don’t feel as loved as you could.

Loyalty
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Being loyal to your partner is a very crucial component of a loving and successful relationship. You not only need to be with someone who is loyal and faithful to you but you also need to be with someone who will express their loyalty to in all kinds of situations. There might be instances where their family or friends have a disagreement with you or a complaint about you and your partner should always defend and protect you, within reason and while still respecting their loved ones of course. You need to always express the same loyalty to your partner as well.

Creativity
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Having a creative partner can be essential to have a loving relationship as well because creative people tend to shake things up when life gets boring. Relationships will inevitably go through a stale phase where things get predictable and maybe even a little boring so, being able to get creative and keep things exciting and romantic can be a huge benefit for both of you. The partner that’s willing to go above and beyond to make sure that you always know how much they care for you and value is the partner who is going to be the most loving.

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‘Nasty’ Woman Hacked Into Ex’s Alexa Speaker To Threaten And Insult His New Girlfriend

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A British woman was convicted in court of using an Amazon Echo device to harass his ex’s new partner. Phillippa Copleston-Warren, 46, from London, had access to the device in her ex’s home some 100 miles away in Lincolnshire and hacked Alexa to repeatedly insult the new woman he’s dating, BBC News reports. She also posted a nude photo of her ex-boyfriend online.

She only had access to the device because of her dog. Copleston-Warren’s dog was staying at her ex’s place and was under his care after it got medical treatment in October 2019. In order to check on the animal, she was given joint access to the CCTV cameras at the property as well as the Alexa system.

Coplestone-Warren wanted to harass her ex’s new girlfriend. She used Alexa to say “get the whore out” when the woman entered his bedroom, Isleworth Crown Court heard during the trial. She also sent other threatening voice messages and switched the bedside light on and off repeatedly and sent other threats via WhatsApp.

She directed plenty of harassment towards her ex, as well. Coplestone-Warren locked her ex out of his Facebook and Match.com accounts and sent out nasty messages from his accounts to his new girlfriend. She then posted a nude photo of her ex online with the caption: “Do I look fat?”

Coplestone-Warren at least pleaded guilty to what she’d done. At sentencing this week, she admitted harassing her ex’s new girlfriend after previously having admitted disclosing private sexual images with intent to cause distress. “Judge John Denniss said: “I have no doubt that at the time of the offense you were concerned about your dog and the operation it had just had. But I am not convinced at all that that was the primary or the only factor that was causing you personal distress. There was an element which was nasty, of jealousy, of revenge, and irrational behavior which led to fury-like behavior in you. I use the word because it reminds me of the aphorism, ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned,’ and here there are elements of that fury.”

Coplestone-Warren was sentenced to three months in prison, suspended for a year. She’s also subject to a seven-year restraining order.

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Doe He Think He Owns You? Signs Of A Possessive Man And How To Fix It

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A relationship is supposed to be a union of two equals, and that definitely ain’t happening if your boyfriend thinks he’s your boss instead of your partner. When you’re dealing with a possessive man, you not only feel like you’re constantly under his thumb but you might even worry for your safety if his controlling ways were to go too far. Here are a few signs he thinks he owns you and how you can put a stop to them ASAP. If that doesn’t work, you’ll just have to kick him to the curb.

His hackles go up the minute you interact with another male.

Whether it’s your longtime colleague or your best guy friend from high school, your boyfriend loses his mind whenever you talk to another man. Suddenly it’s like he’s some wild ape in the forest, puffing up his chest and standing with his arm around you a little too tight to show the world that you’re his. It’s not cool – in fact, it’s kinda gross. Make sure you point out that you’re with him, not these other guys, and that should be enough for him. If it isn’t, that’s his problem.

Every time you go out with your friends, he won’t leave you alone.
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You go out to the bar with your girls just to dance, have a few drinks, and unwind after a long week at work… and yet somehow your boyfriend still finds a reason to text you 900 times that night. Whether he’s telling you a pointless story about something the cat did or asking if you’re “okay,” if you can’t go out without him being on your case, that’s one of the major signs of a possessive man. Let him know when you go out that you’ll be turning your phone off to concentrate on your BFFs instead of the screen you stare at all week. If he loses his cool, he’s gotta go.

He tries to control what you wear.
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He never wants you to go out with a short skirt or a revealing top, but he frames it because he’s just so concerned for your safety and wouldn’t want anything “bad” to happen to you. In reality, he’s trying to control what you wear because he’s afraid if you look too good you’ll get attention from other men, and he can’t cope with that. (And to be honest, he’s probably right – you’re hot!) Let him know he’s your partner, not your parent, and that you dress yourself. He thought you looked pretty damn good when you first met, didn’t he?

He wants to be your number one.
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Obviously the guy in your life is a priority, but you do have other things going on, just as you should. A possessive man expects you to drop everything to be all about him 24/7, and that’s not only unrealistic, it’s also incredibly toxic. Insist on continuing to have a full, complete life outside of your relationship. He can be part of it – and if he doesn’t want to, he’s free to go.

He’s all over your social media.
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Under every single post you put up, there’s your boyfriend with his heart emojis or some declarative statement about how he’s so glad you’re his. Boy, if he doesn’t chill out… It’s kinda hard to tell him that he doesn’t need to be all over you on social media, so maybe just hide his comments when they pop up if they get extra annoying. However, if it’s too over-the-top, you’ll have to tell him to relax.

While it’s great that he seems to care about you, what your boyfriend needs to remember is that showing signs of being a possessive man are completely unattractive and borderline dangerous. If he can’t get a hold on his insecurities and allow you the freedom to just be, the relationship is never going to last.

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How Long Should You Date Before Getting Engaged?

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While there’s no one singular timeline that works for every relationship, it’s natural to want to hit certain milestones, especially if you’re getting into your late 20s or even 30s. You don’t want to rush things or make bad decisions in love, but you also don’t want to rest on your laurels and miss the boat on some of the bigger “accomplishments” you’re told to want by society. So how long should you date before getting engaged and then married? Well, that all depends.

Do you even want to get married?

It might seem like a reasonable assumption that all long-term couples are eventually going to want to lock things down by saying “I do,” but that’s certainly not the case anymore. Many couples are happy to just be together and don’t believe that a piece of paper solidifies their relationship in any way. Before you even consider about the right time to get married, figure out if you want to do it at all or if eternally dating is your preferred mode.

Do you know each other inside and out?
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It goes without saying that you have no business thinking of marrying someone until you truly know them. The honeymoon period and even the months proceeding will show you your partner in the best possible light. It takes more time together to truly get to know one another’s faults, downfalls, and idiosyncrasies and decide if they’re compatible with your life and what you can deal with. Dating is a time to learn this knowledge – don’t get engaged until you have it.

The average is one to three years.
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If you do feel like tying the knot is something you want in your future, a “reasonable” amount of time, according to clinical sexologist and relationship expert Dawn Michael, Ph.D., is between one and three years. However, she’s quick to note that “each couple is different depending on age and circumstances,” so this time frame may not work for you, and that’s okay!

The more time you’re together before marriage, the better your prospects.
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A study by Emory University scientists discovered that couples who were dating for at least three years before getting engaged were 39% less likely to get divorced than those who popped the question in the first year. That makes perfect sense!

At the end of the day, you have to do what’s right for you.
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If you and your partner decide you want to get married, you’ll intrinsically know when it’s the right time. There’s no rush either – if you’re going to spend the rest of your life together, you have plenty of time to plan your wedding. For now, just enjoy the process.

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