The problem I face is that everytime I conjure up the perfect mate I run into this problem. I respect and desire intelligence but if she is smart enough to suit me she is smart enough to have nothing to do with me. Bottom line is that my perfect match is too good for me and that sucks.
Crazy in a cute sort of way, smart, common sense, a man's man, talented at something, looks good dressed up or down but definately has to be stylish, clean, handy, hunky, poetic, brown hair or blonde with brown undertones, brown eyes, about 5'10, broad shoulders, nice arms, strong jawline and chin, could really like to cook, this would be helpful and creative, maybe could own a Jeep, likes to travel, likes shoes but doesn't always have to wear them, clean fingernails, non-smoker, non-drinker, must love healthy food and lifestyle, would help if he was good at something that I'm not, and some guys really like to vacuum. This is weird but that could be thrown in as a bonus. Not too opinionated but good conversationalist, not a flirt or a show-off, doesn't have to prove anything. Well, that's enough for starters. Oh, and maybe British. Aussies are ok, too.
Smart, funny, down-to-earth, honest, trustworthy, compassionate, understanding, caring, sincere, open-minded, a good listener, supportive, sensible, healthy, in good shape, lovely appearance (of course) and personality, non-smoker, easy-going, likes to laugh a lot, doesn't take anything too seriously, even-tempered, accepts and forgives minor faults and misunderstandings, decent cook (healthy diet is important), stands up for herself..doesn't take any s**t from anyone. My best friend...
smart, smart, lover - ohhhhh yea, partner, friend, can cook really good, likes to cook together, financially stable, down to earth, relaaaaxxxxxed, likes to have fun, etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc, rides a motorcycle too, doesn't sweat the small stuff, impulsive - hmmmm....that's an asset, etc etc etc, change is not a threat, has lived life, can keep up with me, loves laughing, etc etc etc, wants to experience many things, etc etc etc etc
Perfect match dot com sent me to you. Don't ever trust that site again as you can see what the results are. Everything is a match except the financially secure by most starndards.part. My riches are measured in experiences and memories and I feel I am on the forbes most wealthy Americans based on this. I tried the buy a house, act responsible and stay in one place for the rest of your life routine, It didn't work. I have too strong a need to see what's over the next hill to spead my life in a valley/rut/socially acceptable lifestyle..
oh yea...i completely forgot.....and not a bible thumper! ...we just wouldn't get along!......could be a good romp in bed tho with all those suppressed emotions and fears and all that! ....i'd show 'em a good time....the evil side!
We can daydream all we like, but if we've drawn a partner into our lives, it's the person who is meant to be there with us at this time. She/He is our major catalyst in our lesson of learning how to relate with love. That's my belief, anyway. Oh, and we do have free will. It's one of those Divine Dichtomies. Fate and free will are both operating. We can choose to walk away.
That infinite intelligence we label under varying names such as God, Allah, Jehova and the like does not, according to Albert Einstein's quotation: "God does not play dice with the universe," make any mistakes. So why give yourself a hard time by fighting against WHAT IS. Make a choice. Oh, yes, and choosing not to choose is also a choice.
I could end up liking any girl if I talk to her enough. Some of very attractive ones usually get more unattractive as I talk to them more, since they never really learned anything and only get by on looks.
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