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Marrying Mr. Right

There is no such a thing as a perfect husband, no, not in your wildest dreams. You may be one of the lucky women who has somehow forged a good relationship with your husband, but even you, once you find it in your heart to tell the truth about your so called Mr. Right, will admit that he is not perfect either.

No man is perfect. Some just mature faster than others, are more likely to try to work out relationship problems, and try hard to make a go of their marriage after saying their wedding vows. This is not to say that men are bad or that they don't try to keep their marriage alive, because most of them really do.

In reality, if a marriage goes bad, more than likely, some of the blame should be cast on both the husband and the wife.

Men and women meet, date, and then get married because they fall in love with each other, which is how the story plays out in fairy tales. The truth is, most marriages survive because both the husband and the wife are willing to do what is necessary to stay together and make their marriage last. And it's hard work, too.

But it doesn't mean that your man isn't right for you, or that you are not right for him. It means that the both of you have to work together to make your marriage stand strong so you can maintain and and enjoy a long and loving relationship. It's that simple.

Trying to find a Mr. Right may seem like an endless task, but you have to keep trying. Relationships are complicated, and meeting the right guy takes time, energy, emotional stress, and you may have to go through the whole barrel of rotten apples before you find your true love. Just remember that the good apple is in the barrel.

When you are looking for a husband, you may have to settle for someone who does not meet your expectations. Your dreams may be unrealistic, but there is nothing wrong with dreaming, as long as you wake up eventually and smell the roses.

And don't look at your friends husbands with envy. Your friends may not be honest with you about their husbands. They won't tell you the truth about what goes on behind their closed doors, that is, until it's time for the divorce and they need a shoulder to cry on.

As difficult as it may sound, there are ways to meet attractive, smart men who may be in the same boat that you are in. They are actively looking for Ms. Right and they are learning, just like you, that it isn't easy and it may take time to fulfil their dreams.

Where do you find Mr. Right? He may be right under your nose. Believe it or not, some men have a difficult time making the first move when they are interested in a woman. And sometimes women will look right through a man, a friend, coworker, or a neighbor, and not see the real person who would make a great husband for them.

Women tend to want the bad guys, the ones who can talk a good game, the best dancers, the life of the party, or the athletes. They often overlook the shy guys, the ones who don't have an athlete's build, the ones who can't dance, or the wallflowers, yet, they might be the one who is going to make some woman, if not you, very happy.

You may have to lower your expectations. Sometimes you see beautiful women who are married to the ugliest man and you ask yourself, what was she thinking. But what you don't know is that that ugly man treats her like a real woman, makes her feel good about herself, and will do anything for her. That ugly man makes that beautiful woman very happy.

It's okay to want to marry a man who is tall, handsome, and financially secure, own a big beautiful home in the suburbs, treat you like a queen, and make you happy for the rest of your life, but the truth is, you may be looking for the rest of your life. It's not that Mr. Right isn't out there, you just have to adjust your wants and dreams just a little bit to include some of those that you have overlooked..

If you are looking for a good man to marry, start looking close to home. You might find him right under your nose. As a matter of fact, he is probably looking at you right now.

 

 

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