HOW DO I FIND A GOOD MAN FOR A HUSBAND?
HOW DO YOU KNOW A MAN IS LOOKING FOR THE SAME THING YOU ARE? MEN GET SCARED IF YOU EVEN TALK ABOUT MARRIAGE
I don't know anything about finding a good man but I wrote something about what it takes to be one. Might be helpful???
You could try taking your husband out to a gay bar or swingers club.
The first thing that a man would want...not just from you but from anybody would be acceptance. Acceptance of his point of view but really an understanding of where he is coming from. We have a tendency to judge others based on our past dealings with other people...and when we choose our mates we want to feel assured that first we understand who we are. Marriage is a commitment. A commitment has a sense of obligation. This is the real deal. You cant be hiding things...you have to be the type of person willing to go that extra mile and stand behind your commitment. There are men out there willing to stay the course. You have got to be that type of person also...or it wont last. Also...a lot of men are not afraid...women as well as men are afraid of failure.
You need to look for the right kind of guy and sometimes its hard to find them. Honestly, it will be when you least expect it. You want someone who is not on Parole, on Probation, has a GOOD JOB, preferably NO KIDS (trust me you do not want drama with babies mamas or Child Support taxing his paychecks). Basically you want an honest, hard-working, and mature individual.
Always see how he thinks of his mother and how their relationship is, that is an easy way to see what type of guy he is. It takes time to tell if that person is even a good fit for you, so definitely do not bring up marriage coming into the relationship. Eventually, if he is serious he will bring it up. Just be careful.....and playing hard to get makes it easier in reality to get them.
Don't talk about marriage on a first date! That'll scare any man off! Instead, discuss long-term goals you each have, and that will give you an idea of what he's interested in doing with the rest of his life. Then as you get to know him better, you'll learn more about him and be better able to determine if he's the right man to marry. I hope this helps you out!
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