I feel like I well never get that gentleman guy that still holds the door open who buys stuff , someone , that as a sweetness and who can me laugh , they have to get along with my family. He well help out qith chores and help cool. I feel like at 31 years old I think all those gentleman are not easy to find , I want to find the guy gentlemen in minneoplis , or new hope area
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A straightforward, honest answer by me. If you feel hurt, then I'm sorry, that's not my intention, but you really have to get things together to get your life back on track. I tell you this, because I hope you realise what's going wrong and can finally make the changes necessary to find your happiness. What I write down here are the downsides. You surely have many good sides, but you don't need to work on them, so I don't mention (besides I know you too little).
- Be intelligent. Your questions on here are kindergarden level! You seriously don't mention the names of people in a public place! If you're that gossipy on here, I assume you're as well in real life. It's the worst "feature" a woman can have to be talkative! If you don't have anything good to say about somebody, don't say anything about them - and best is: Don't talk about others.
- Be less sensitive. You take things way too personally! I know what you have gone through in your past, but you can't change that. Accept it and move on. Not everything people say is meant to hurt you, even if they critisize you! Many, like me, critisize something about you, because they see, that it keeps you from finding your happiness. Be grateful for other people's critique!
- Work on yourself - that includes looks. You surely have a pretty face, can't tell though, because you're not making anything out of yourself! Your low self-esteem is reflected in the blurry picture you have on here - why so blurry? Right, because you're not confident with how you look right now, why don't you do anything about it? Some sports and you will gain confidence!
- Men of your liking are hard to find. This is real life, not some soap-opera! Lower your requirements, there's no perfect guy out there - and neither are you perfect. To love somebody is a decision (not a feeling) that has to be made over and over again: We love our spouse including their flaws, not despite!7
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