In our society, in 2015, it is far more popular to go negative and oppose something.
We aren’t defined by the mistakes we make, but by the response we have to those mistakes. I admire a woman who owns her flaws and grows stronger because of them.
So, I like meeting women who have been through tough relationships, or maybe their childhood wasn’t all rainbows and butterflies … We could all use more people in our lives like that.
They are sharp little people and can tell when I get excited.
And every time it happens, they give me the same advice, “Just call her, dad.”At the end of the day, I understand dating isn’t all about how a woman fits into my life. While my daughters are old enough to be curious, they are far away from dating age.
I find it far more attractive and meaningful when someone actively supports an idea or cause.
I also know that a woman that stands firmly for her beliefs will bring a lifetime of positive impact to me and my daughters.
Modern experts point out that the odds are against you; that today’s men are less interested in commitment and marriage than ever before – therefore, it is up to you, as a woman who knows what she wants, to help push things in the right direction.
When it comes to finding a guy, there are loads of tips and techniques available for you to glean from.
Every week it seems, I encounter young women who are wrestling with thoughts like, Should I try a little harder to get a guy’s attention – maybe create a really nice profile of myself for an online dating service?
Or spice up my Facebook page with some photos of myself in a swimsuit?
My view of relationships is still broken and complicated.