One were you live the longest
[...] (too idealistic [an] expectation, most likely) [...]I would prioritize healthy communication and put it at the top of the list.
Sad to say that I haven't found the one for me yet.
It's not easy to find such qualities as a package together in a person yet you have to stick to them all. The point is to accept their flaws to and try as much as possible to change them
Yeah... but I'm in no rush so hopefully I'll find the one.
You will. You are young and life is ahead of you 🙃
Thanks, I hope you find yours too.
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Do u mean independece being not at any degree in need for the other partner?
Something along those lines, yes. If you aren't happy & content all by yourself, if you can't function well alone, then being in a relationship won't actually help you, it will only represent a ”crutch” to say so. I also don't think it's fair to depend on someone else.
Communication is key. So you can learn eachothers personalities and stuff like that. So you can vent in a healthy way, and come to a compromise and work on things together. If you don't it could eventually cause problems, similar to dust under a rug let's say. It doesn't make them problems go away and can lead to the end of the relationship if not careful. Then you should respect eachother and things like that. Love is another key thing, that's all I can think of at the moment I'm sure there's more. Just don't sleep on your game or it could wind up being bad.
Good for you. Keep up 👍🏻