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When I was in my early 20’s, my father told me that the best way to find what I was looking for was to write down all of the qualities I wanted in a partner. I still remember a few, because they’re qualities I continue to look for — creative, gets along with their family, down to earth, ambitious, has a “career” and not just a “job” (a very important distinction for a career-oriented gal like myself).
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How cool and mature was it that we were talking about this? But, of course, the same things that happened with every other man I’ve dated would happen with these men, too.
Wasn’t it great that we were starting this partnership out on such an honest note? We’d have a few dates, share a few text messages, and eventually the thing would fizzle out completely. ” my mother would ask every time I told her about another guy who ghosted.
But there was one qualification that didn’t exist on my list until a couple of years ago: wants a relationship. But the more I swiped, and the more jaded I became by the booty-callers of the world, the more I understood that those four words — “I want a relationship” — were incredibly important.
Once I understood that, I thought I’d be rewarded with a boyfriend in no time.