Have you got a feeling inside of you that you’re with the wrong person? Does your current relationship fail to measure up to what you had dreamed of? While doubts can creep into even the happiest of relationships, sometimes they can indicate that something just isn’t right. Forcing a relationship to work, assuming it will eventually turn out to be perfect, is a misconception. 

Here are six signs you’re with the wrong person:

6 Signs You're With The Wrong Person
6 Signs You’re With The Wrong Person

Uncertain of your love

You love your partner, but you are not sure if you are in love. You see this person as a friend, a person you can always count on; however, you’re not sure you see this person as a permanent part of your future.

You don’t have the same life-plan

You’re planning to move to another city to start building career, he wants to travel and refuses to settle down. The best thing to do is to follow your dream, you’re only going to resent each other in the future if you prevent the other from doing what they want.

You can imagine your life without them

If you don’t think about your significant other during the day something is not right, when you love someone they should be on your mind. If you’re not factoring that person into your long term goals, that is not a good sign.

6 Signs You're With The Wrong Person

You don’t feel happy

It may sound obvious, but someone who is dating the right person for them will feel an overriding sense of happiness. Of course, no relationship is entirely blissful or perfect and there will always be the odd argument, but if you are finding yourself unhappy much of the time, especially when you’re together, then it’s pretty certain that this person isn’t right for you.

You’re constantly fighting

Each relationship is different, and some people are more prone to outbursts than others, but there’s a big difference between communicating disagreements and working through them with fighting.  You fight over friends, lack of time spent with each other, money, jealousy — just about anything. Ask yourself, are these fights productive? If not, maybe what you need to have is a conversation, not a fight.

They want you to change

There are always things we don’t like about other people, but you should be dating each other for who you are, not for who you want each other to be.

6 Signs You're With The Wrong Person

Relationships are a source of joy and happiness. Is yours?