How do you know if he’s the one? What makes Mr. Right, the right one? It’s a question every woman has asked since the dawn of time. Is it the way he looks? Is it the way he acts? What exactly do women think makes a man Mr. Right?
For me, it wasn’t the way he looked or acted. It was the deeper understanding that not only did he love me as much as I loved him but he was equally committed to me as I was him. Having that knowledge makes the entire relationship much more satisfying and easier. Removing the doubt of his devotion for me, makes every argument less severe, more importantly, it enhances the level of trust between us.
So how do other women define Mr. Right? After polling many women, you can start to see the pattern emerging. I selected the five best responses. Listen up men, here’s your answer to what makes you “the one”!
The question asked was: “Mr. Right is”…
“someone who shares your same dreams and goals”…Mandy Amaya of Round Rock, TX
“trustworthy and your best friend”…Terri Allen of Albany, NY
“less of a boy and more of a man. It’s like playing t-ball at the World Series! Both may have the same equipment but it’s a totally different ballgame!”…Jill Latchana of Washington, DC
“isn’t always about what “feels” right. It’s about mutual respect, adoration, humor, comfort and an unspoken language only the two of you understand! I knew my husband was the right one for me because when I revealed the “real” me, he didn’t take off running”…Valerie Kiser of Summersville, WV
“that he loves me for me and not what I look like or what money I have…that will love me at my best as well as my worst…who can make my heart beat faster and slower at the same time…that treats me like his queen, that feels like the luckiest man in the world when he has me at his side, who’s not ashamed to show me off in front of his friends and someone who will laugh at my stupid jokes even if they’re not funny”…Heather Galbreath of Austin, TX
No matter what your defination of Mr. Right is, you shouldn’t settle for anything less. What makes him Mr. Right is a personal decision, only you know if he fits the image you have. If you’re one of the lucky ones who has found Mr. Right, love him and treasure him. If you’re still looking, don’t give up hope, he’s out there somewhere.
If your marriage is struggling and marriage counseling is something you feel would help you and your spouse, contact Austin Family Institute. “Austin Family Institute, a marriage and family training program, provides all counseling on a sliding scale fee, making it affordable for everyone.” Visit their website or contact them at 512-329-6611.
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