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You might go through a lot of guys asking those questions
@LeoElias Believe me it's soo helpful. No need to beat around the bushes, let's get straight to the point and not waste any time. Time is money. My energy is important.
Questions 1 &5 are yes important. Human brains dont stop developing until we are 27 years old. So the short term and long term goals change especially with men until they are in their mid 30's. Plus once you are in a relationship those goals will change anyways. Relationship with his family can be important in some cultures. So that depends. I'll leave that up in the air.
@KnightKissedbyFire to each their own. I'll explain why they're important:short term goals and long term goals: goals change as we get older but it's important for me to be dating or committing to somebody who is ambitious and motivated, and actually doing something useful. I value this because I myself am ambitious and motivated and your partner should inspire you :) Relationship with family: of course there's issues in all families, and some worse than others. However, if a guy can't keep his relationship with his mum what the hell would make me think that he can keep a decent relationship with me. The way a guy treats and views his mother says a lot about how he views women.
How a guy treats his mother isn't really 100% related to how he treats his wife/girlfriend. My dad loved his mom, my grandmother. Treated her really good. But he treats my mom like shit. Fights with her constantly and makes her life a living hell. If it weren't for us kids, maybe my mom would have divorced him by now.
@LeoElias Yeah... sorry to hear about your experience.
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