Everyday I see users answer other's questions in relationships and dating, with answers like: It's because you did not find a good man or its because you are around bad quality men, or they say to users that they need to find a good quality man
But can anyone ACTUALLY EXPLAIN HOW a woman is supposed to find a good quality partner?
Most Helpful Guy
u learn to find a guy on things that matter...
things that dont matter:
bfs that have the lattest iphone
cars, jobs, money, looks
while i will give u looks half matter especially if u are a mroe sexual person, u can't soley pick a person for that, use that to find people, not as the sole method. i have seen people who find someone attractive and could care less bout any other thing. bad. job again semi not important. money is important to the point that u need enough to get by. and he should have passion enough to want to do something and want to better himself in some way. just because he has a shit job NOW does not mean anything. and while rare... i have seen people find bfs for their gadgets like iphones... cringe.
what u need is to find someone who u get along with, who cares about u, will give u at least some of his time of day, semi honest-honest though most people can't actually handle honest. loyal is a nice trait, but again this comes back normally to caring about u and both of u taking care of each other. if u are always taking care of each other, there is no time to cheat. keep that in mind. if one cheats the other failed as well. u start breaking down bfs to REAL traits and maybe u can find a good "man". till u learn to do that, u will keep getting shity left overs, unless u win the lottery by sheer luck.3
Most Helpful Girl
Good quality men sometimes lack other qualities we're also looking for, social skills, etc. Nowadays, when someone is respectful, caring or just quiet, they're many times taken for fools.
To put it simply, in my opinion women many times don't recognize the quality men, don't have the skills to understand them and/ or didn't learn yet to appreciate the good qualities despite other not being there. That is to say, we women need to know clearly what we really want and the qualities which really matter, and then look for it carefully with no fear of being single or feeling pressured into entering a relationship.
Many women end up getting distracted along the way but get more serious and focused when they get older, finally looking for the quality man, which many men resentfully see as "compromising".1