5 Signs You’ve Found The Right One For You

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You often start wondering when you dating someone, could this be the one? Everyone has a written or unwritten list. We should, however, have reasonable aspirations and know we are marrying potential and not perfection. And how do you know if they’re the right one? Here’s are five signs for you to know!

1. They Put In Effort.

If marriage is meant to be a two-way partnership, then dating needs to be a two-way road as well. If you find yourself in a relationship where you are putting in all of the effort, you want to know if the other person is the right one.


One of the best pieces of dating advice is to asked yourself, “Does this person put in any effort?” “When you find the right person, she will put in as much effort to making it work as you do. If he/she is not putting in the effort then he/she is not the one.” For a relationship to last, both people must be fully invested.

When you find the right one, they will recognize what you are worth the effort. You will both sacrifice and both be willing to pay any price to be together. When you find the person that you are willing to do that for and who is willing to do it for you, then you’ve found the one.

“Just as harmony comes from an orchestra only when its members make a concerted effort, so harmony in marriage also requires a concerted effort.”

President Russell M. Nelson

2. They Put God First, And Put You Second.

This one is terrific. Most people think their spouse needs to be put first, but God really needs to be number one. This will ground them to their core principles of honesty, faith, sacrifice, forgiveness, and most of all their commitment to keeping their promises. You not only need to find someone who puts God first, but will not begrudge you for putting God ahead of them. In all things, our covenants to God must come first. Ask yourself, if I was to die, would they raise my family in the faith? A big secret in successful marriages is something called the marriage triangle, God is at the top and husband and wife are at the bottom corners. As a husband and wife draw closer to God they actually draw closer to their spouse. Happy couples put God first.


After God, your spouse should be a #2. No one and nothing else, other than God, should come before your spouse. Lasting marriages have men and women who have put God first, but their spouse in front of themselves. They forgive each other, they serve, love, and desire to make their spouse feel happy and loved. So when you find the one who puts God first and you second, you’ve found the right one.

“Believe that your faith has everything to do with your romance, because it does. You separate dating from discipleship at your peril.”
Jeffrey R. Holland.

3. They Love You Right Now.

Your future spouse should inspire you to be more than you are. But they should be completely in love with you as you are. One of the biggest mistakes single people make is thinking that they need change the elusive ‘something’ to find the right one. I can’t tell you how many guys go to the gym to get a body to find a girl.

Your future spouse will love you, all of you! No stipulations. Yes, they should inspire you to be better a better person, but they will never require it. With all your nerdisms and your quirks they will accept you and love you. They will love you for who you are, right now. Their love is not based on how you look, but who you are. They will love you as you grow and change over time. When you have found someone who loves you like that, you’ve found the one.

“Choose your love; love your choice.”
Thomas S. Monson

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