“He completes me,” is a phrase used synonymously with falling in love.
Oftentimes, we use it to fill voids—thinking it’s the thing to satisfy a sense of emptiness. Unfortunately, time and time again, it leads to disappointment and heartache. When you seek fulfillment from others, you are vulnerable to the pitfalls of human behavior. We cannot depend on other people for validation and happiness.
What you get from your man should complement not complete your life. He may be the light of your world, but he is not who you are. Before you can be the right woman for anyone else, you have to be the right woman for you. Relationships come and go, but the person you see in the mirror is never going anywhere. That woman has to be complete alone before she can be the complement to someone else.