What is the number one things that you need in a relationship in order for it to work out?
to me it is absolute trust. not just trusting that your partner will be faithful, but trusting your partner in all aspects of your life.
I don't think there is any "ONE" alone. It is a combination of things . They are different for everyone, the key, I believe, is that your "lists" contain the same values and their degree of importance.
Personally, I looked for kindness, compassion, humor, integrity, morals and honesty. At some point in every relationship, one or more of these may come into question. If you place extreme importance on say, a sense of humor, and your partner has little or none, well that could be a deal breaker for you. You know what I mean?
Like trusting them with your emotions and feelings, with your family, with your money, trusting them to be there for you when you need them the most.
To treat your partner like a princess!
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