It is said that couples who are into each other will mirror each other with small gestures and have a coresponding body language.
That old saying - practice what you preach
or do unto others...
...may be able to help attract a partner that will fit into your life easier if you take a little time to figure out certain traits you like. If you decide to work on those same traits yourself - you just might be able to attract that 'like-minded' other.
This way will ensure a more even playing field - you both will appreciate each other's qualities, each having something wonderful to offer the other.
Some examples to give an idea...
So if honesty is a quality you value - try being honest yourself with your new prospective partner.
Balance is the key - being totally blunt is likely to put others off, so mix in a little tact for measure.
If compassion is imprortant to you - make sure you show it. A possible partner who laughs or takes a harder stance on a situation than you might, will show that you will need to make a decision as to whether or not you can tolerate that person's reaction or viewpoint.
Good company is important in any kind of positive relationship. Add charm to your existing qualities - be interested in the other person and interesting in your own right.
Again - the balance thing - it is not a good idea to be pushy or domineering, just as it is not a good thing to be self-depreciating for the sake of the other person's ego.
Having your most valued qualities sorted may just put you on a more stress-free path to finding your other.
# Good Company