Hello. Just like a lot of females, I have a very hard time picking out men that are good for me. I will be 23 years old next year and I know I still have my whole life to live but I would love to talk to a guy that wants the same things in life as me. Now I broke up with my ex because of how he treated me and because he had a felony, 2 kids he doesn't take care of, no license and a car...He had a whole lot more going to where I had to leave him. He's 28 years old at that. Now I'm talking to this new guy who I went to high school with and well he's a Pisces (for those who believe in the signs) and he's 25 years old. He is nice, funny, charming and I like him. We click and he is very soft and emotional like me to where he wants the same thing I want in a relationship. I don't know if I'm being too hard and too realistic about the situation but he doesn't have a license, car and phone at the moment. He has no felonies, kids or any real baggage like my exes. He is a basketball coach and wants to be a personal trainer. Now I don't want to get blinded by love. I am really focused on making my life better (which is great at the moment) I also have no car but do have a license and I'm in the process of starting to save up for my car; should I gave this guy a chance. Am I being too unrealistic about him? I know times are hard in this economy but I don't want to keep dating guys that can't take me out once in a while etc but he is very clingy and expresses his feelings to me which I like. My mom says give him a chance because he seems genuine but idk. I'm really stuck and on the fence about this one...I really like him though to where I get those butterflies. ladies and gents please hellpppp !
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Doesnt really sound like you picked your last guy well indeed.
Pick a guy that's nice, pick one that's caring. Don't care about the car or if he owns a house. Pick a guy that has his life 'sort of' in order. He may be struggling, but doing what he wants to do in life. What would you prefer, a rich guy that hates his job and his frustrations end up in your relationship, or a happy guy that's enthusiastic about his life, loves his job, and is a caring person?
Times are hard, hell, picking a profession is hard. Do you go for cash or your dream? Sounds to me like he went for his dream, and I appreciate and respect that!