Our expert says:
I think sometimes problems arise when one concentrates too much on hunting for a serious relationship, and on asking oneself whether this person is "the one". It makes on too self-conscious, and looking too much for early certainty. Isn't it better to concentrate on forming a number of friendships, both to increase one's skills at working in and developing relatonships, and to get to know yourself and other people rather better ? When one takes the time to get to know people, without drawing conclusions too early, it eventually tends to become lear whether this prson feels like "the one" or not. In counseling, it is possible to explore in more detail what you are looking for in "the one" --- that characteristics you need in somone with wom you'd have a happy long-term relationship, and what characteristics would ultimately make such a relationship unsatisfying for you both.
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