How to know that he is the one

Years of relationship anniversaries, or you just fall in love at first sight it doesn’t matter, the following examples are possibly what found you your soulmate…
1. Your partner does things you enjoy (and he or she doesn’t). If your partner does things you,and you alone dig, happily and without protest, you’ve struck relationship gold, It’s also a sign that they don’t expect the relationship to be all about them.
2. Your partner shares your work ethic.
Having a partner with a very different attitude toward the value and importance of work can leave you as the only responsible person in your partnership. And that’s not a situation you’ll want to be in forever. Imagine carrying all the weight for chores, child care, household management, and the handling of finances.
3. Your partner pitches in to do whatever needs to be done.
And there’s no back talk about how you haven’t tied up and taken out the trash yourself in two months. It may be your turn to do something, but they do it because they can and want to.This shows a generosity of spirit and a willingness to be part of the team. It also shows maturity in not holding to strict interpretations of rules or expectations.
4. Your partner stands up for you to his family.
You want to get along with the family who could become your future in-laws. But sometimes that just doesn’t happen. In this situation, a guy who stands up for you is a keeper. One of the biggest challenges to a marriage is the inability of one partner to develop appropriate boundaries with other important people in their life.
5. Your partner challenges you intellectually.
On the surface, choosing someone who turns you on intellectually may sound very unromantic.But dig a little deeper and you may find that over time, this is the person who will keep it interesting and ensure that your relationship never gets boring
6. Your partner openly and consistently communicates with you, even when it’s tough.
That kind of quality communication goes far beyond saying “I love you,” Being able to talk about hard stuff—finances, sex, running a household, hurt feelings—is the key to having a happy, healthy relationship that will last.