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What's your partner's definition of being complete?

Are you aware of it or do you even realize whether your partner is being complete to you or not? Strictly speaking, no two humans possess a similar kind of opinion in any context and the same applies to the definition of completeness too. But if you try to recognize and perceive, you can easily comprehend your partner's meaning of completing you, completing himself, and completing each other with the complete information in your relationship.

Communication plays a crucial factor in a romantic relationship, and it becomes worthy if and only if one's partner shares any kind of information completely. Now, your definition of complete may include the detailing but what if you miss details in your partner's so-called 'complete information? What if your partner may dilute, filter, and sort the information out, and communicate with you so that you would believe whatever your partner says must be true and complete. Don't you think the different definitions of being complete may manipulate two people to come under some insignificant relationship?

Well, if two people can't complete each other with complete information related to one's personal and emotional relationship, then that particular bond comes out as plain incomplete and one fine day, that love based on false and misguided completeness may break off forever. But before that happens for good and before realizing it to rectify the relationship, one must completely focus on one's partner's definition of being complete.

A relationship makes two incomplete people come together to complete each other with the inclusion of similarities and balancing of differences. This process becomes fruitful when a couple maintains the same pace to be on the same page to share things by maintaining the same level of clarity to eradicate further and future consequences. If you are passionate about your partner and true to your romantic bond, you must be a person who imbibes completeness by being clear, confident, and comfortable in sharing every exclusive detail that helps you to create a beautiful relationship with your partner. So, before anything else, be true to your definition of being complete instead of expecting it from your partner.

If you truly love someone you don't have to hide details, be cautious about the information you share and be conscious of telling something that may irk your partner off. Some people try to filter a lot of information before expressing it to one's partner which creates a major miscommunication and damage to one's relationship if one's partner gets to know the complete information from someone else other than you. And not every person takes it simply and ignores it. For some people, communication is everything and matters the most. If you restrict yourself unnecessarily by assuming and imagining things that could happen in your relationship, then you unintentionally go wrong in your relationship. Hence, be clear enough even though you may face unpredictable consequences. Being truthful and complete always helps you at one point even though it creates ripples in relationships sometimes.

But even though you are true and clear in your relationship by being complete and displaying the zeal to complete your partner, you can't do it if your partner turns out to be a manipulative prick who always hides information and communicate things that don't affect your relationship and one's smooth going life. If you completely believe that you deliver your complete efforts to work your romantic relationship, you have every single right to expect the same!

For instance, if your partner informs you everything with details by including the people's names, the food one eats and the places one travels by feeling excited about sharing with you, then you are dating someone who is completely expressive and filterless. But if your partner restricts speaking everything and summarises up one's whole day by using one-liners or by some kind of diverting phrase, then you must doubt your partner's completeness. Of course, some people don't like to share every single aspect, and it is valid too. When it comes to something related to relationships, personal bonds, and personal life scenarios, and lifestyle choices that revolve around one's romantic relationship, that person must share everything to flourish one's relationship. You shouldn't expect your partner's professional commitments, but you must know whether your partner completely shares one's personal commitment to you and your relationship.

Telling one's day is going well and everything is okay is considerably different from telling one's entire routine, regime, and regularity in one's life scenario that may include information about places, people, preferences, and priorities. Both are complete information but the level of completeness is different. Hence, if you date the wrong person who manipulates you with his/her kind of incomplete-complete information, then you may end up facing intended consequences in every possible way. So, be aware of your partner's patterns in sharing the information and the way how one communicates with you on a personal level.

A loyal partner never restricts and maintains rigidity in communicating completely. Indeed, a couple can complete each other only when they know about each other completely. And if that's not happening in your relationship, then it's high time for you to give a profound thought about your relationship with an incomplete person!

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