There's nothing like seeing all your mates coupled up to drive you a little stir-crazy.
The person who gets the role is the one who is best matched for it." The same goes for finding a marriage match.
Fromm said that it's best to look for "someone who is like what you like best about yourself." If you are gentle, bookish and short, and you treasure these attributes about yourself, seek someone gentle, bookish and short.
If you like the facts that you are Irish Catholic, fun-loving, and out-going, look for the same.
Subconsciously all of us are looking for someone who feels like the pepper to our salt shaker.
The more that two people look and feel like a matched pair, be it in appearance, cultural background, economic expectations, psychological wounds and strengths, speech patterns, interests and more, the more likely they will say, "Yes! " One way therefore to think of picking a life partner is to heed the words of Erich Fromm from his 1960's book The Art of Loving.
someone else in order to be happy, but if we’re trying to be honest with ourselves, love, validation and some bedroom activities really do help.