If you already have someone, to know if he/she’s the right one do a checklist of all the good and the bad and the things that you can work with. If the good outweigh the bad, then you may be with the right person. If you have a checklist of things that a person you are with and they meet 7 out 10 (hey 70% is passing), hey you may be in luck. If the bad outweighs the good then you may need to move on.
If you find yourself in search of trying to find the one, I would suggest that you start dating, I know this may sound basic, but you NEED to start dating someone first in order to get to really know them. Some of these people you will date you will know off the bat that they are not the one for you, when you realize this then it’s fair to say you can move on.
If you haven’t found the right one, there is nothing wrong with looking for him/her. Guys usually don’t have that kind of problems but women on the other hand, are just sitting around and hoping that the right one will come to them. How do you get job experiences if no one will allow you to work for them? The same thing with a relationship, if you don’t give someone a chance for you to get to know him/her, how would you ever know if he/she is the right person or not? Maybe you need to hang out with him/her a bit more to get to know them.
Oh sorry but the best way I think to find the right person, I believe is to ask GOD to lead you to the right person or lead that right person to you. I hear this all the time from people, that, oh, he’s good looking but I am not going to talk to him because he needs to make the first move. Well ladies, sorry to admit but sometimes you have to make the first move, because guys can be oblivious to what to you may seem like the obvious.
In order for any relationship to work outside of putting God first of course, and respecting each other, I believe there has to be chemistry and definite compatibility. You will always find something wrong with whomever your with or something you wish you can change that’s just reality but accepting that no one is perfect including yourself is what makes relationships lasts.
A quote I read online too that I keep with me is “True happiness is not having what you want but wanting what you have”.