How to avoid grass is greener mentality in relationships?
Never thought that i'd be asking a relationship question on this site like so any others, but here goes. Currently casually seeing a few girls, all of which I can see myself potentially settling down with tbh, meaning they check the boxes from a personality/character/career perspective. However, it's been tough to commit to any of them due to none of them standing out as "the one" and my FOMO over potentially meeting "the one" around the corner. For so many of us Type A-ers that adopt a grass is greener mentality to our careers (exiting IB for PE, exiting, exiting HF for a better HF), how do you avoid that in your romantic lives, especially in a city like NYC where the dating pool is so deep? I.e. how do you feel content with your current partner when you come across a hotter woman / better fit / more attractive in other areas / etc expressing interest? Any advice would be appreciated.