A lot of women have been waiting for Mr. Right. But will we know what to do when he comes along? Will he have on a tuxedo? Will he be financially stable with a house in the Hamptons and a fleet of cars? Will he have pearly white teeth and a beautiful smile? Will he have the perfect body and gorgeous hair? Will he be your knight and shining armor? Will he have the greatest mother in the world who will worship the ground you walk on? Well, probably not. But, let’s say you meet a guy who has all the above qualities, is that all that matters in a relationship? To some that’s all it takes, but to others it’s a lot deeper than that.
The father plays a very important role in a woman’s life. He’s usually the reason why we choose to date certain people and why we push other people to the side. If you’re father is very authoritative, stern and strict and you in turn are thankful for the way he raised you, then you probably would choose a guy with those similar qualities, If, on the other hand, you did not like the authoritative approach, the man you choose would more than likely, be relaxed, lenient and very out-going.
We don’t pay close attention to just how much of an impact our father has on our lives. But when we take a step back and look at the reasons why we keep choosing the same type of man, we are usually trying to get someone who reminds us of our father or someone who does not. No, we’re not trying to date our father; however, if he’s very admired and treats you like a queen, then you want someone who will treat you like a queen as well. And that’s okay. You should be treated like a queen. When Mr. Right does come along he will probably have similar qualities of your father or none at all, but just be ready when he does come.
We all from time to time carry baggage from a previous relationship into our next relationship. Some of us really don’t allow ourselves to put an end to the past and that in turn brings about unfinished business. You will never be able to start a fresh, new relationship until you completely finish the old relationship. And it’s okay to work on you before entering into another relationship. In other words, it’s okay to be single. Look at it as getting yourself ready for Mr. Right.
Mr. Right may not be wearing a tuxedo, or have pearly white teeth with a beautiful smile. He may not be rich or have a loving mother. But you will know when he comes along. He may not be rich at that moment, but he may be working towards a lucrative career. Then he’ll be able to buy that tuxedo, have a house in the Hamptons with a fleet of cars. On the other hand, he may massage your feet and back every night. Give you breakfast in bed. Treat you like a queen and worship the ground you walk on and be forever yours-faithfully.
No one else can tell you who your Mr. Right is, or what qualities he should have. Only you can be the judge of that. For those of you who still don’t know what you want in a relationship, try putting together what you don’t want in a relationship and go from there.