Simple teeanage girl.
Dreaming big dreams.
Believing in love.
Living life to the fullest.
I imagined this moment thousands of times in my head the past 7.5 months. Nothing I envisioned could even compare to the first moment I saw him. Nothing.
What to look for in a man? is a question I get at least once a day from a girl. If this is a question that rings in your mind day in and day out, let me explain. Ladies, if you have been through numerous unsuccessful relationships in your life, it is time that you realized that probably you are not dating the right kind of people. The first thing to do when wondering, “what to look for in a guy?”, is to find out who you are. It is crucial to know what you need in your life. Identify your needs, your likings and dis likings. Every girl is different and so are her needs, wants, desires and tastes. Go with what you feel is more appropriate for you heart, don’t settle for what looks nice, settle for what feels right.
The most important quality I would say that is most needed is integrity and faithfulness. A man who is honest with you, one who is faithful and one who has some values in life is a man you want. There’s nothing more appropriate for you heart than someone who really wants to love it and be honest with it. Seek for a man who is understanding. You don’t always have to like the same things in life or have the same ways at looking at situations, but if you can both appreciate each others differences and are willing to compromise, the relationship is much more likely to last.
Look for a man who is always trying to keep you happy, even when the situation is not in his favor. Someone who is strong enough to go over the rough weather with you. A man who knows how to keep his anger and ego in check, one that won’t make you second best. Look for a man who is confident. A man who is confident, one that can stand up for himself and believe in what he does, says and acts, is one that will always have your back and stand by your side. All of these are basic qualities, but they all play an important role as to where your future relationship will go. Look for a man who is loving, caring, honest, stable, compromising and most of all compatible with you. Do not settle for anything less, as you deserve nothing but the best. <3
I hate not knowing what I want to do about anything. This is one of the biggest decisions I have had to make so far and I have no idea what I’m going to do. I said I would give this a chance, but the more that I think about it, I don’t want to because I don’t want to mess up the way things are right now. I feel like I’m trying to push away something that could actually be good in my life because I don’t want things to change or have to worry about someone else worrying about me. I like being independent and doing things on my own the way I want them to be done in my own timing. I just don’t want things to change mainly because I’m just scared. Scared that someone so close to me could easily break my heart if they wanted too. It’s been over two and a half years since I’ve even considered trying to be in a relationship again. I’m having so many thoughts right now which are making me second guess everything. I think it’s just hard for me to accept that someone cares about me as much as they say they do. I just don’t want to push away someone I care about so deeply because of my fears of what could happen. He’s been around and been there for me for a long time and I don’t want to lose his friendship. I’m praying that this all goes the way it should. I’m not all the way sure that I want to be in a relationship with him only for the fact that I’ve seen him as my best friend for over seven years. He knows me. Everything about me. He knows me better than I know myself and he knows what I’m going to say before I even say it. That’s scary to me. He’s been trying to date me for about seven years, and I just don’t know what to do. It’s hard to transition from being friends to being more than friends. Oh Lord, please just give me peace in this situation and lead me in the direction that you want me to go.
I feel like I’m stuck making a decision. I see both sides of this situation, but ultimately I feel it goes against my morals and standards. At the same time, I understand the other point that was made. I know what I need to do but I don’t know how to bring it up without sounding like I’m just overreacting about something that wouldn’t be a big deal to someone else. I just feel that if it goes against what I stand for then I shouldn’t do it.
I’m not looking forward to breaking the news.