Seven Things You Feel When You Fall for Mr. Right

Seven Things You Feel When You Fall for Mr. Right

You may think you already know everything there is to know about relationships and love, but when you fall in love with the ideal person for you, you’ll suddenly realize you didn’t. And, the amazing thing is, love won’t be the only thing you’ll feel. You’ll experience a whole array of other positive sensations and emotions. It’s among the most awesome feelings possible.

Women often fall in love, and let’s be honest here, lust with the wrong guy, or two or more, before they finally meet their “Mr. Right.” When you ultimately meet the guy who’s your perfect fit, you’ll soon come to realize that he was definitely worth waiting for. Here are seven sweet things you can anticipate experiencing when you’re falling in love with your Mr. Right.

1. You’ll feel optimistic.

More than anything else ever could, falling in love with the ideal partner for you makes you feel expectant and optimistic regarding the future. It’s a uniquely distinct sense of contentment and joy you can only feel when you’re in love with your special someone. Enjoy it! It’s among the best things in the world to feel.

In relationships before my fiancé and I met, I’d immediately start trying to figure out how to get out of a relationship as soon as I got into it. I liked dating, but the pressure of commitments made me feel nothing but dread for the future, so I wanted to escape as quickly as I could. But now I feel hopeful and excited about what the future holds because I know my soon-to-be husband and I were truly meant for each other.

2. You’ll feel surprised.

When you fall in love with the ideal person for you, you’ll feel as though you never saw it coming. You’ll be surprised by the fact that not only does somebody who’s so perfect for you exist, but he loves you as much as you love him.

When I first met the man who’s now my fiancé, the main feeling I remember was that I felt amazed. It sounds strange, but I truly had a hard time believing that he existed. I’d spent so much time feeling uncertain about being in a relationship, let alone a marriage, that I didn’t believe that true love existed. I certainly didn’t think I’d ever have such strong feelings for another person.

3. You’ll feel safe.

When your partner is the ideal one for you, you’ll feel safer than you’ve ever felt before. Though the state of our emotional well-being is up to us, you’ll never know what it means to feel truly safe with somebody else until you meet Mr. Right.

For me, in the past, most of the time I’d hide how I was feeling from my partner out of fear that he’d judge me or ridicule me. It didn’t matter if it was a major letdown, such as when my sister moved away, or less significant, such as PMS moodiness. If I was feeling something, I’d keep it bottled up. With my Mr. Right, I naturally do the opposite. I’m comfortable sharing everything with him!

4. You’ll constantly be joyful.

This may sound obvious, but it’s still helpful to keep in mind. Notice what you feel while you’re falling in love. If you’re experiencing an underlying sense of joy no matter what other circumstances surrounding you, you can have confidence that he’s the ideal one for you.

In prior relationships, I was familiar with how it felt to be momentarily happy or excited. But I wasn’t familiar with what it was like to feel joyful and content all the time. The type of happiness I feel now isn’t based on the state of affairs in the world (thank goodness!). Instead, it’s an abiding joy that’s rooted in the knowledge that I’ve found the ideal partner for me, and we’ll be together for the rest of our lives.

5. You’ll feel mature.

When you fall in love with your Mr. Right, you feel it in the way you’re able to open up to him and respond to him. You’ll discover a sense of maturity that you never had before.

I never was enthusiastic about commitment, so I also wasn’t too interested in trying to make things work out in romantic relationships. It’s hard to admit that I was pretty self-absorbed, but I was. I used to stall, get distracted in serious discussions, not listen closely, and generally do whatever I could to escape. But now, I love to engage in conversation with my husband. I’m present and patient, and I feel more capable than I ever did before of developing into a sensible and reliable adult.

6. You’ll feel important.

Your ideal partner will continually make it clear to you how special you are to him, and how easy it was for him to fall head-over-heels for you.

My fiancé makes me feel like I’m the best thing that’s ever happened to him. Not a day goes by that he doesn’t communicate to me that he values me, and I mean so much to him. Whether it’s reminding me of using his words or by expressing his love through kind and helpful actions, he takes advantage of every opportunity that presents itself to let me know how he feels about me.

7. You’ll feel truly free.

In a relationship with the ideal partner, his love will lift you and help you experience life to the fullest. Some people may view romantic relationships as limiting and confining, as though getting involved in a serious one means bidding farewell to their independence. But this view is rooted in getting stuck in all the wrong relationships.

I don’t feel at all constrained with my fiancé. In fact, I feel freer than I ever felt before. I know my fiancé will always be on my side, so I can experience the world however I want to. Knowing he will always be there for me, no matter what I want to be, do, or see, is both comforting and liberating.

You can find this kind of relationship too once you find Mr. Right. Wait for him and see where true love takes you!


  1. An interesting read, certainly. It highlights various psychological and emotional states one might experience in a healthy relationship. It corroborates several psychological studies on secure attachment and emotional well-being.

  2. This piece touches on the multifaceted nature of love and relationships. The emphasis on optimism and joy is particularly poignant, highlighting the significant positive impact a right partner can have on one’s life.

  3. The article presents a thoughtful exploration of the feelings associated with a loving relationship. The notion of feeling truly free within a committed partnership is particularly compelling and counters traditional views.

  4. What a thoughtfully written piece! The idea that true love can bring about such significant emotional transformations is both inspiring and enlightening. It really emphasizes the profound impact the right partner can have on one’s outlook on life. I particularly appreciated the emphasis on feeling safe and important, as these are often undervalued aspects of a healthy relationship. It’s refreshing to read something that delves into the nuanced emotional experiences of love.

  5. I appreciate the detailed breakdown of the feelings one might encounter in a fulfilling relationship. It offers a refreshing outlook on romantic engagements and the potential growth they can foster.

  6. Oh, everything sounds so perfect, doesn’t it? Just find ‘Mr. Right’ and your life will be a never-ending festival of joy and butterflies. Give me a break! Reality check: relationships require hard work and compromise.

  7. What a heartwarming and uplifting article! It’s amazing how falling in love with the right person can transform your entire outlook on life. Love truly is one of the greatest feelings one can experience.

  8. The article provides an interesting perspective on the emotional evolution one might experience when finding the right partner. The description of feeling safer and more mature resonates deeply with my own experiences.

  9. The author’s perspective on feeling free within a relationship challenges the common misconception that commitment limits personal freedom. This is an insightful point; however, it would be worthwhile to explore how one can maintain this sense of freedom while fulfilling the responsibilities that come with a committed relationship.

  10. Ah, yes, because finding ‘Mr. Right’ solves all of life’s problems. Next, you’ll tell us he comes riding in on a unicorn while sprinkling fairy dust. Let’s get real, people.

  11. The description of various positive emotions like optimism, joy, and safety is quite vivid. The article could benefit from discussing how these feelings can be sustained over time and what strategies couples can employ to keep their relationship strong and fulfilling.

  12. The narrative about finding one’s ‘Mr. Right’ is well-articulated, providing valuable insights into the transformative power of love.

    • Absolutely. The distinction between transient happiness and enduring joy in the context of a relationship is very well explained.

    • I agree. The way the article discusses emotional security and freedom within a relationship is enlightening. It challenges common misconceptions about romantic commitments.

  13. This article reeks of heteronormativity and outdated notions of ‘Mr. Right.’ Not everyone’s experience or path to love looks the same. The article is simplistic and dismissive of the complexities of relationships.

  14. The author presents a very optimistic view of relationships and the positive emotions associated with finding the right partner. While these points are encouraging, it would be interesting to hear about the potential challenges and how to navigate them in a mature, loving partnership.

  15. The concept of feeling safer and more mature in a relationship is well-articulated here. It resonates with the idea that a healthy partnership fosters personal growth. I wonder how these dynamics interact with the inevitable ups and downs in long-term relationships.

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