"When it comes to our most important and lasting relationships, it's similar core values that becomes the glue that cements a couple together," Carle tells Web MD.
While core values may form the foundation of who we are, our emotional needs often define the finer points of our relationships.
Psychologist Dennis Sugrue says we must acknowledge those emotional needs before we can find someone who can fill them.
"A need for intimacy, for sexual gratification and satisfaction, a need to be honored and understood and even accepted by our partner, these are all important aspects of who we are.
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Whether you’re looking for love locally or internationally, we are committed to helping you find the perfect match, no matter where in the world they may be.Each of us has our own way in which these needs must be met in order to feel happy and secure" says Sugrue , an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Michigan Medical School and co-author of .Understanding what fulfillment means to you, he says, is paramount to finding a partner with whom you can feel satisfied and happy.The one caveat: Trouble comes when we look for a partner to fulfill us in ways that, ultimately, we can only fulfill ourselves."If you are looking to a partner to make you feel worthwhile, to make you feel happy, to rescue you from a bored or unhappy life, if you are seeking someone to make you feel complete or whole -- well then you have some work to do, because these are needs that are never going to be met by any one other than yourself," says Sugrue.