So Here’s How To Know When You’ve Found The One, According To Kevin Hart…

Kevin Hart is not shy about letting the world know how he feels about longtime girlfriend, Eniko Parish. He has gone on record several times referring to the long-legged beauty as his “rib.” It’s apparent that the “Think Like A Man Too” actor is convinced that he’s found “the one” and he recently offered tips on how we can know when we’ve found that special person as well.

“That’s my rib!” Kevin exclaimed during an interview with HipHollywood. “I’m going to tell you what it is for me. I’ve been through my ups and downs in relationships. Despite them all, I have the utmost respect for anyone I’ve dealt with.”

Kevin—who has been going back and forth in the media with his ex-wife, Torrei Hart, due to her claims that Eniko ruined their marriage—then went on to credit the model with helping him to be the “best version” of himself.

“It’s about finding somebody that gets you to be the best version of yourself.”

The comedian was sure to add that it’s not a one way street when you’ve found the one. Finding the one also means that you make that person better as well, says Kevin.

“And then not only can you best that person with, but you can get that person to do the same.”

According to the father of two, finding “the one” isn’t just about being with someone who makes you happy.

“A person that uplifts you—it’s past happy. It’s, I’m a better person with you. I love this version of myself. That’s when you know you’ve found ‘the one.’ Someone brings things out of you that you didn’t know you had. It’s past physical, it’s past sex. It’s mental.”

Controversy aside, it’s a great feeling when you realize that you’ve finally found that person.

Watch Kev’s interview below.

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