Guys- are you that type of man?
Girls- is your partner that type of man?
Most Helpful Guy
I have 3 criteria:
1) the kind who will be loyal, no matter what
2) the kind that is in control of his temper and understands how to be polite
3) the kind who is willing to work hard to provide.
These criteria see her taken care of, loved, and in a situation that should ne stable.
He doesn't need to be smart, or rich, or upper class, or whatever. I don't care if he is a plumbers assistant with an IQ of 85.
As long as he treats her well and makes her happy, and is willing to work to see her taken care of, I'm ok with it.7
Most Helpful Girl
I don't have a daughter but if I did, I would most definitely want her to marry a man like my current partner... and... should I have one... he will be her father.
My son, I definitely hope to still improve myself and as I have discussed with my boyfriend, I fight hard to role the kind of woman I want for him... why... because I can only hope that maybe I'll set his standards appropriately high on what to want in a partner. Don't get me wrong, I'm already reasonably a good woman... but I want him to have an appropriately educated woman. I just don't want him in a dead marriage and I hope that he'll see love role modeled daily so that he never settles like that.
I have seen so many marriages where the woman is a lazy and discontent stay at home wife... not to discredit the good sort, but the ones who treat marriage like a man to simply live off of. (Sits around smoking, maybe drinking, berates her husband, steals his paychecks... the stories I've heard from both females regaling their bad behavior and the men on the victim side of it are appalling.) That's never what I've wanted to be... and what kind of good woman is truly content with such an empty life?0