Over and over, you plug away, trying to make things work, even though it should be readily apparent by now: there’s not necessarily something wrong with YOU, nor is every man in your life fatally flawed. Two great ingredients don’t necessarily taste good together. So what we’re here to do is try to reduce this to a simple science, finding a man who’s not just a great guy, but finding a man who’s a great fit for your life.
Because be it with other cousins, relatives or her own parents, being the only child gave her a lot of attention.
And, she has always been kept under the spotlight at all family gatherings and functions. Compare here: 5 Things Women Do That Annoy Men She possibly could not have shared her feelings with her parents always, right?
(Just imagine if men said the same thing: “I need a woman who is smarter, stronger, and more successful than I am.” No one would ever be able to settle down because everyone would be trying to trade up! After all, he’s surrounded by smart, driven people all day long. He’s doesn’t care about your doctorate or your triathlon medals. And if you perpetually think that the more impressive you are, the more it’s going to allow you to land an impressive man, I would encourage you to reconsider.
) This creates a conundrum for women who consider themselves in the 90th percentile of everything. 2% make over 200K, etc.) Furthermore, these prime specimens of man meat are NOT necessarily looking to date female versions of themselves. When he gets home, he needs to turn off his business mind. Men are looking for someone who makes his life better, simply by being optimistic, silly, sexy, and fun.
So, when I DO find the right guy, or what I hope to be, I follow Evan’s advice.