3 Things To Look For In Your New Partner.

Kiara Bennett
3 Things To Look For In Your New Partner. 3 Things To Look For In Your New Partner.

Ok, so you're ready for love after lockup! While it may feel like a prison sentence while you're dating the narcissist, it doesn't have to feel that way once you leave! What does that mean? It means you don't have to be afraid of love all because you had a less than great experience before. All you have to do it know what to look for in your new partner, and therefore you can choose with confidence who will be in your life next. Here are the 3 things I found are the most important characteristics in a new partner. 

1. Empathy and Emotional Intelligence:

Look for a partner who demonstrates genuine empathy and emotional intelligence. A narcissistic individual often lacks the ability to understand and connect with others on an emotional level. A partner with empathy will be attuned to your feelings, able to validate your experiences, and show a sincere interest in your well-being. Someone who understands and respects emotions contributes to a healthier and more fulfilling relationship.

2. Communication and Transparency:
Seek a partner who values open and honest communication. Narcissists often engage in manipulative communication to control or deceive others. A healthy relationship requires transparent and clear communication where both partners feel comfortable expressing their thoughts and feelings without fear of judgment or manipulation. A trustworthy and open partner fosters a sense of security and promotes a strong foundation for a lasting connection.

3. Mutual Respect and Equality:
Look for a partner who treats you with respect and values equality in the relationship. Narcissists often seek to dominate and exert control, disregarding the needs and opinions of their partners. In a healthy relationship, both individuals contribute equally, respect each other's boundaries, and collaborate on decisions. A partner who recognizes and appreciates your autonomy, values your input, and supports your personal growth fosters an environment of mutual respect and equality.

What do you all think of these 3 characteristics? Do you feel as though this is a great place to start for a healthy relationship? Which one is number one for you? Comment below and let me know! Until next time, be unfuckwithable! 

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