What if you don’t find “Mr Right”?

What if you don’t find “Mr Right”?

 

18 May 2015

It struck me the other day as I was just travelling around that the stereotypical view (certainly held by many men) is that all most women think about from a very early age is finding a man of their dreams, getting married and having children.

Of course, the timing of this sequence of events is forever uncertain and, naturally, as girls progress through young adulthood into being women there are those who don’t wish to follow this route. In some cases these ladies put their careers first; in some cases these ladies want more out of life than settling down in their early to mid-twenties into day-to-day, routine living, maybe start a family.

Yet, there are also other women who, despite their wishes to the contrary can’t actually find “Mr Right”. Not through any fault of their own, mind you.

This might be for a variety of reasons, some of which include relatively simple matters such as that their standards of what they expect in a man and a relationship are different from what they can see a certain man might offer; or that some men are, believe it or not, put off by the fact that the lady in question is better educated, more confident of herself, or more worldly than him.

Then there are those ladies who make a conscious decision to live their lives as they wish and not be beholden to a man to support them; or they don’t need a man to be around every day, every week.

Having a number of close male friends to go out and about with, or even finding the occasional lover, suits their own lifestyle well. And why not, especially as there are, on the other side of the coin, many men who choose to live this sort of lifestyle.

After all, we are living in the far more liberated 21st century where the general outlook and demeanour of most people to the “progressive society” we all live in is far more tolerant and understanding than even 20 years ago. 

You don’t need to look for your “Mr Right.” If and when he comes along, go for it! Though don’t feel that you need a man to “complete” you – You are a unique, individual, and amazing person just as you are. When the time is right, you’ll know when it is. And what will be will be 🙂

If you are someone who is looking for their “Mr Right,” just relax and be patient in your search. Enjoy life as it is now.. Until then, enjoy each day, enjoy being single, enjoy being you! 

 

 

 

 

 

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