When you meet the right person, do you just know?

posted 6 months ago in Relationships
Post # 2
948 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

Happened to me.  Got out of a TERRIBLE 3 year relationship, was not looking to date.  Met him at a party.  I swear it felt like I knew him better than I knew myself, instantly.  I saw him within, as if we were of the same substance.  Granted we went through ups and downs, including a break up, but that is the course of most relationships.  He’s now my fiancé. 

Post # 3
986 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2015 - Malibou Lake Mountain Club

erin013 :  same. Was in a craptastic relationship for years. When i met my now hubby, i knew. 

Post # 4
1304 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

Happened to me too.  I got out of a 22 year marriage.  Met DH 5 months later and I just knew.   Then he called me for a date…..6 weeks later.   😁

Post # 5
3495 posts
Sugar bee

I have felt instant overwhelming attraction like that for a person when I first met them. It’s rare for me, but has happened once or twice. I’ve also been burned with that lol when the person showed their true colors later on, so I tend to be skeptical of “love at first sight.” (Not that it does’t happen…just that you need more time than one meeting to know if someone is your forever match!)

While I had a really good feeling about FI after our first date, I definitely did not know he was the one at that point. The more time we spent together, the more my feelings for him deepened and I gradually did become 100% confident he was the one for me, but no it was not a sudden lightbolt thing during our first meeting.

Post # 6
727 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

This is 100% how I felt when I met my FI: I knew we had something really special and I knew I’d never felt that way about anyone before. Before I met him I was sure I’d never get married or have kids because of a string of bad relationships and then all of a sudden I wanted things I didn’t think I wanted before. 

There is always the honeymoon period of every relationship but I feel like this was different. 

Post # 7
4540 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

Yeah, same story here. Less than a year after ending a 6 year relationship, I met my husband. By our second date I knew he was it.

Post # 8
994 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

erin013 :  Exciting!! I knew my DH was someone who had potential from the first date. We moved in together at 3 months and married at 11 months. BUT not everything ends up roses and fairies. DH’s old best friend has a line up of girls who think he’s the one because he’s charismatic and attentive. Let yourself fall but also keep your head about you 🙂

Post # 9
121 posts
Blushing bee

I had been separated for 8 months when I met my current SO. Although we had an instant spark that I hadn’t had with any other guy I had met before, admittedly, because of some trust issues, I wasn’t certain until after a month or two. But he apparently knew after two weeks of dating that I was the one. 

ETA: for sure being more mature and having experienced a failed marriage really does give a more complete picture of what you want and knowing when you have or have not found that. 

Post # 10
531 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

I had just broken off a 3 year relationship 5 days before meeting FI. I met him and that night told my college roommate I met my husband and that I’d marry him someday. Everything moved so fast. We said I love you after 2 months, moved in together after 3. We’ve been inseparable! Exactly 6 years later (minus two days 😉) we are getting married this fall. My friends and family thought we were crazy at the early stages, but we just knew!!!

Post # 11
1980 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

I only needed the first kiss to know I was going to marry him someday. I knew within the first ten days of meeting (we met traveling Israel together on our Birthrights) that I felt like I had known him forever, we just needed to catch up on the last ten years. Seriously I went home after that first kiss and told all my friends and my mother (that was a mistake) that we would be married someday. The mistake was it took a loooooooong time for us to be financially ready to have the wedding and life we wanted, 8 years in fact, so she’s been like “when’re you going to get married already??” for about 7.5 years.

Post # 12
541 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2017

I didn’t really just know, I didn’t think about it. With all of other relationships (all crappy) I had to constantly wonder about it and question if it was right but with DH I never thought about if anything was wrong, it all went smoothly and we just went with the flow. I hope this makes sense lol. 

Post # 13
352 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2018 - Emerald at Queensridge

Yep. I was in a terrible relationship for about three years. Met FI (while I was still in the crappy relationship! But I broke up with him to go on a date with FI) and on our first date I knew I would marry him. 🙂

Post # 14
881 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

I had a horrible breakup and went on a series of meh first dates with a bunch of guys for a few years, but when I went out with my now FI, it was just different. I’ve always been able to completely be myself and say how I feel with him and I’ve never had that with anyone else. I’ve felt more “crazy in love,” so to speak, in other relationships, but I’ve never felt more secure or happy.

We were actually so sure about each other that we set our wedding date after three months of dating, which is something I never thought I’d do! 

Post # 15
2892 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

When DH and I first started dating, I used to tell my friends that we were either getting married and living happily ever after, or the relationship was going to crash and burn in the worst way. I had a really really bad habit of self sabotage back then.

Happily ever after it was.

It hasn’t always been easy, and we have had some hurdles thrown our way, but we stick together and power through. I couldn’t ask for a better man.❤️

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