It's a seemingly romantic yet erroneous way to look at yourself in regards to others, " You complete me."
Are you empty? Why? Don't you know if that person ever leaves you just might feel empty again? Does someone really deserve that much power over you?
You can learn to fill yourself up with so much love, joy, peace and gratitude and be open to another BEing ENHANCING or COMPLIMENTING your life because that's OK and rings the bell that you are a whole being in
search for a valuable partnership. It's all about partnership. Every relationship has its own special dynamics, but in general, each individual plays a part that enhances the other's life, but should not be filling an emotional void.
BEing with the right partner can teach us new things about ourselves and life; they can show us love in a way that only we've shown ourselves. They may offer extra financial stability. They may even introduce the concept of family in our life, but I repeat they should not be "completing you."
If you feel broken, do the work to make yourself whole, but don't go looking for someone to step up, save and complete you. Carrying that type of baggage will eventually become a heavy burden for both you and your partner and oftentimes insecurities will take control of your relationship.
You deserve to be your best self, your highest self, your complete self no matter what, but also your future partner deserves a secure and whole BEing.
Written by: Tiffany W.