The Fallacy of the Perfect Partner

The Picture-Perfect Relationship Doesn’t Exist

The problem with judging by appearances is that you are never getting the full story; sometimes it’s not even the truthful story. Buying into a cleverly-woven tapestry of illusion can easily prevent you from finding the right partner. So don’t get caught up in all the smoke and mirrors of a picture-perfect partnership or mate. They simply don’t exist, so why waste so much time and effort chasing mirages? Were you thrown off balance by seeing your partner’s true self? Call for guidance from relationship expert Psychic Justine ext. 5402.

“Bring love in more quickly by affirming: “Right man, come to me.” Do this sincerely for thirty days, and watch how good men begin to approach you out of the blue.” – Psychic Kallista ext. 9623

The Fallacy

You’ve seen the couple who projects the perfect image—individually as well as a couple. All that effort going into appearances makes you wonder what they have left for the real relationship. Idealistic portrayals of perfect people and couples in movies, books and in society all play a part in creating this image of the ideal partner. Since perfection is an unattainable ideal for human beings, living up to these impossible standards can never bring you happiness. You will be, in essence, playing out a fantasy role, and living a lie. This does not build a healthy or deep connection with your partner, and no relationship can survive on such feeble support and nourishment.

The Reality

People, and human love, are imperfect. Embracing this fact will not only make you happier, but can invite all sorts of interesting experiences and twists into your life and relationships. While striving to be the best partner you can be is wonderful, you must allow for mistakes and shortcomings. There is no perfect couple or mate, but there can be a perfect match for you. Whatever imperfections each person brings into a relationship, if you are right for one another, they will seem unimportant, or be seen from a loving and non-judgmental perspective. And remember, what may seem perfect is never the whole story—it’s the truth underneath the surface that defines the relationship. Focus on making that definition as honest and real as the beauty and happiness you want out of the relationship.

“Like attracts like. When you’re coming from a place of neediness, you attract needy people. When you come from a place overflowing with self-love, you attract people who are equally full and able to give.” – Psychic Krishni ext. 5478

4 thoughts on “The Fallacy of the Perfect Partner

  1. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    I liked this article, Alina, nice job !

    There is no such thing as a ‘perfect ‘ relationship….even with the strongest of Karmic bonds. Souls come together here, on this earthly plane, to learn, grow, and evolve.

    As a side thought, it’s those little imperfections in all of us that make life, including, relationships, interesting. I would think that a picture-perfect relationship would be boring after awhile.

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

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  2. Araanza

    Great article!! So true, we can certainly have a great, amazing, well-balanced relationship, but never perfect!! However understanding each other differences, help us to learn and grow together!!!?

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  3. Araanza

    Great article!!! So true, we can have a great, amazing, well-balanced relationship but, never perfect!! However understanding each other differences, we can learn and grow together!!! ?

    Reply

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