None because to me there is no such thing as "the one". It's not like women (or men for the women) are in short supply. I would say even say.1% would be close enough to a perfect mate to be mistaken for "the one". That's 3 million+ of each gender. They only seem rare because you have to find one in a sea of 1000x that many with better odds in cities due to numbers (in rural areas tend to settle for what they find within 20 miles, even when it's not a perfect match, and then they end up with kids that are found in pictures that make fun of Walmart customers).
I didn't like him in that way at first, so I didn't have any symptoms when I first met him other than thinking that he was a cool person and that he had a lot in common with me. When, a while later, I fell in love, it was an intense, inexplicable feeling. I knew he had flaws, but I still loved him anyway. Just seeing him and made my day better, and I wanted nothing but the best for him, even when that tore us apart from one another. Being in his arms felt amazing and I didn't have to ask if I was in love anymore -- I just knew
I don't know, I haven't met her. This is what I think though. You feel like you're floating on a cloud, an incredible joy with no equal. You want to spend as much time as possible with them and you miss them like crazy when you're apart. You want to get to really talk to them and get to know them. You put their happiness as our top priority. You could see yourself having an eternal future with them ❤️
Complete happiness!!! Overwhelming happiness. You feel whole. Carefree of sorts because no matter what problem you encounter you want have to face it alone. You have a partner in crime. Someone you think about in every moment from now on.
Any cool moment you experience,. The first thing that crosses your mind is I can't wait to show or share this with_____.
Before I met the one, when a boyfriend or date pissed me off I kicked them to the curb and it never bothered me once. When I met "the one" I became a bumbling idiot who can't imagine kicking him to the curb let alone be mad at him longer than 30 minuets at a time.