Perhaps the most common relationship questions among women relate to why she can’t find the right guy?
The answer to this question is rather simpler than you would imagine. There is no such thing as Mr. Right.
Women tend to draw up lists of what their ideal man would look like, how he would act, what profession he should be in, the type of family he comes from, and so on and on and on.
In fact, the margins become so narrow that suitable candidates diminish, and then vanish altogether.
Stop being so picky. The ideal man should be someone who loves you and who you can love in return no matter how he looks or what job he does.
So narrow down your list to just five important characteristics that would make or break the man of your dreams.
Another one of those infamous relationship questions is why don’t my relationships with men last?
Whenever you are looking for a solution to a problem, always look for the common denominator first. In this case, the only factor that is common in your relationships is you.
As hard as it may be to face, just as there is no perfect man out there, you are not perfect either. Look for specific things that you may be doing to end a relationship before it even has a chance to bud. Most of the things you are doing will be subconscious so you will need to look really hard to find the answer.
Ask yourself the following relationship questions and you should find your answer:
Are You Choosing the Wrong Men to Sabotage the Relationship Before it Begins?
Bad boy types are great to make life exciting but aren’t great for long term relationships.
Do You Want to Change A Man Once You Are in A Relationship With Him?
When you find a man you are attracted to but he does not meet all your criteria, don’t try to change him. Not only will this frustrate him but you might end up changing all the things you fell in love with in the first place.
Are You Ready for A Relationship?
Entering into a relationship with another person means that you will have to be open and sharing in every aspect of your life. If you are not willing to contribute in this way in the relationship, don’t expect him to.
Are You Too Desperate?
Desperation can become claustrophobic and smothering in a relationship. Constantly worrying about what you are saying and doing is the best way to say or do the wrong thing. Try to be yourself without flogging all your dirty laundry to early on in the relationship.
It is important to remember that relationships are also not perfect. Any relationship will have its ups and downs. Disagreements and arguments are bound to take place and its how you deal with this that will make the difference. Don’t run at the first sign of trouble and learn how to compromise and resolve issues that arise.