I love reading article at Elite Daily. And this is one of the many good article I read. Just reblogging as a reminder to myself…something to keep in mind when putting myself out there for a potential guy. 🙂
For years, we’ve talked about finding the right woman — someone we can rides the waves of life with, who will stand by our side for better or for worse.
As a man, committing to The One is among the most important decisions we make in life; some may even argue it is the most important.
The woman we decide to share our world with is the one who will mother our children, help us plan life, pick us up when we’re down and make us better men than we are right now.
But, what does the right woman look like in our eyes?
For years, women have been sharing what they want in men, but there’s this widely-held stereotype that all we want is the so-called “trophy wife.” I don’t agree with that notion.
You see, there’s so much that should go into deciding whom to share your life with — characteristics, in a sense, that stand the test of time.
So, what is it we men want in a woman?
Sometime we got so busy and tied with life that we negligence the important of each other. We forget how special our spouse, boyfriend or significant others are to us. We forget to be thankful of them for being in our life. We become unappreciated of them.
Reminisce the small details of your love for each other and live them daily without forgetting why you love and got married to the other person at the first place!
Beautiful video with a great message send out to it’s audience!
How S A D ! ! !
It’s weird and kinda funni that ppl always assume I have kids and either married or divorce; not that it’s a bad thing or anything…lolz. Shoo am I really that OLD? lolz 🙂
A few questions I usually gets at the beginning of a conversation (usually with the opposite gender) will be like: Are you Married? Do you have a kids? When both answer lead to NO, they always seem to be so surprising. A smile will display on their face then the next thing that come out of their mouth will be this “U must be picky. Don’t be too picky and you will find the love of your life.” When others do this, they just release the preacher in me and allow me to make a smart remark to shut them up…lolz.
I hate Hmong stereotype or mentality! Some of them always assume the Hmong women will become babies making machine at a very young age. I hope that ppl will learn to understand there are STILL single women who are in their 20s to 30s that are educated, independent, smart and brave, existed in today society. This type of women are the one every men values, wants but cannot have! :p lolzIn my early 20s, I was so offended by people when they ask me questions or assume me of this matter. But now, I held my head high…response proudly to the matter cause I am the exceptional of the norm. I dnt fall into the norm not because I am a loser and no one wants me. I CHOOSE TO BE THE EXCEPTION; it’s a choice base solely by me and not by others! Just gotta put my two cent into this thought of matter cause someone mention something on my facebook status and am wants to address how often I gets this from people. 🙂
Happy Thursday Everyone! he he he
Found this to be quiet powerful to my heart & soul; An encouragement to move forward, to a better reflection of me. 🙂
“A MAN IS ONLY A REFLECTION OF ME AND WHERE I AM IN MY JOURNEY. Simply stated, when I was young, dumb, impressionable and looking for someone to fill this empty hole in my heart, I dated liars, cheaters and crazy folks. Although I knew I deserved better, my reflection that I saw in the mirror was so murky and unattractive emotionally and spiritually that I didn’t have the voice to demand better. I’m not saying that I will never encounter another unappealing prospect, however I’ve noticed as I’ve grown and became wiser, that even the qualities that I desire and receive in a have has changed. They’ve evolved and are now a better reflection of me.” — Tiffany Addai
Source: Simply Solo Spotlight: Top Five Lessons I’ve Learned from Dating