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Being in love with the right person is one of life’s greatest gifts. There’s a reason why that unique, often elusive someone is called a soulmate: they indeed make us feel complete in this aspect of life.

“Gravitation is not responsible for people falling in love.” ~ Albert Einstein

Those of us fortunate enough to be in love understand both the excitement and the responsibility it brings. At a certain point, many of us have gone through a period of contemplation where we questioned our feelings of love.

Contemplation and questioning are only natural. Love is a significant part of life—equal parts exciting, rewarding, and at times, a little scary. (Who hasn’t felt a bit of fear for their health and safety?)

The meaning of love is very subjective, but anyone who has experienced being in love with the right person knows it’s the best feeling ever.

Attempting to quantify and define specific “signs” of love is ambitious (perhaps impossible), but we believe this endeavor is worthwhile.

The following ten items may offer comfort, gratitude, and reassurance in your relationships. We sincerely hope these words will bring about some stirring feelings and emotions.

Here are ten signs you’re in love with the right person:

They’re the best part of your day No matter how good or bad the day is going, your special someone has a way of making it better. There’s something magical about your loved one; their mere presence makes you feel at peace. Your favorite activities, like watching movies or eating out, become more exciting and fun when they join in. The Date Night Cookbook can be a great addition to your romantic evenings, offering fun and delicious recipes to enjoy together.

You worry often Love is equally exciting and scary, remember? It’s natural to worry for your soulmate. You might feel anxiety when they start a new job, leave for a trip, or embark on a new life path. Concerns about their health and safety are also common. The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary Chapman can help you understand and communicate your love and concerns more effectively.

You’re always touching them Public displays of affection come naturally, even if you’re not typically a touchy-feely person. You find yourself reaching out to hold their hand, brush their arm, or share a quick kiss, no matter the setting. The Couple’s Bucket List is a great way to explore new experiences together and build a deeper connection.

Their pain is yours When you fall in love, their pain becomes your pain. You can’t hold onto your own emotional boundaries when someone you love is hurting. Love and pain become inseparable, creating a beautiful, albeit heart-wrenching, type of connection. The Book of Us: The Journal of Your Love Story in 150 Questions can be a heartfelt way to share your journey together and understand each other’s emotions better.

You’re ready to defend them “Who said/did that to you?!?!” You pride yourself on being a peacemaker, but you’re ready to defend your sweetheart if they’re hurt. While it’s important to manage this protective instinct, it’s natural to feel the urge to stand up for them.

You’re protective If you’re typically laid-back, you might find yourself becoming protective of your partner. Men especially can be overprotective of their women. It’s essential to find a balance between being protective and overbearing.

You’re comfortable showing your quirks Love makes you comfortable showing your quirks and imperfections. You might burp, fart, bite your nails, or exhibit sub-optimal hygiene in front of your loved one. These idiosyncrasies, as long as they’re not deliberate, can be part of what makes you unique and endearing in their eyes.

You think about the future Thinking about the future with your partner is a natural progression in a relationship. You might dream of a lovely home, starting a family, or bettering yourself when settling down. These thoughts indicate a deep level of commitment and love.

You want to be a better person In the movie As Good As It Gets, Jack Nicholson’s character famously says, “You make me want to be a better man.” Love has the power to inspire self-improvement. When you’re in love with the right person, you strive to be better for them and yourself.

You feel on top of the world Love has its ups and downs, but when your soulmate is by your side, you feel on top of the world. Despite the challenges, their presence makes everything seem better, and you cherish the view from the top of the mountain together.

Love is a powerful and transformative force. When you’re in love with the right person, it brings out the best in you and enriches your life in countless ways. If these signs resonate with you, take a moment to appreciate the incredible gift of love in your life.

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