Here we are on the second and final part of this article. If you have not read the first part, you can find it here: “How to Measure the Quality of Relationships, Part One”. In Part Two we look at three more points which can give Persian girls a better idea about the quality of their relationship.

4- How would Persian girls answer the question, “Will you marry me?”?

Their answer is a very good measure of the quality of their relationship. If Persian girls are in love and feel loved, as well, their answer will be positive. This happens when they feel respected, secure and well appreciated by their partner. If Persian girls are not too sure about their answer, then they should look at the reasons causing their hesitation. There might be legitimate reasons, such as they have just met each other and need more time to get to know each other better. But if they have been together for a long time and still cannot answer “yes” to this question, then there might be something wrong. Determining the source of their hesitation to marry would be a good start for Persian girls at identifying potential problems in their relationship.

What is Persian girls’ answer?

5- What are the qualities which make him Mr. Right?

It is a good idea to make a list of the reasons Persian girls think he is Mr. Right. Then the girls can sit back and think about how important these qualities are in forming a relationship. If he is strong in areas which can ensure a healthy and happy relationship, then Persian girls are in the right spot. However, if the qualities he displays are more suitable to a temporary relationship or casual fling, then their relationship might not be real and will fade away sooner or later.

6- In a case of emergency, how would Persian girls’ partner respond?

If Mr. Right is the person who rushes to help take care of his partner in an emergency, then that Persian girl has a special spot in his life. If he doesn’t care and is looking for ways to get rid of responsibility toward her, then this behavior signals a big red flag.

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