If you’re new into relationships, you might find yourself asking this question or anyone similar.
Being perfect is relatable as someone who is perfect to you, might not be to another person. This further stretches our diversity as humans. The idea of a perfect guy to lady A might be:
• tall • light skinned • skinny • working in the corporate sector • possessive (yes, some love possessive guys) e.t.c.
While lady B’s idea of a perfect guy might be
• dark skinned • average height • working in the entertainment sector • e.t.c.
Like it or not, your idea of a “perfect” guy/lady would always be what you look out for when you get approached by them. And if they don’t score up to half of it, it becomes an issue of IMF (instant mental friendzone).
Funny thing is, life has a way of making us end up with those who we previously felt weren’t our “type”.
So if you’re on a journey of finding the perfect partner, you might want to revisit the word PERFECT as no one is perfect.
Perfect is what you make of it. Perfect is the recognition of your imperfections and choosing to work on it TOGETHER, rather than see it as a flaw.
You attract what you are. So if you’re looking for a guy/lady who is God-fearing, be God-fearing.
If you want a rich partner,level up to that standard also.
Open your heart and mind to see beyond the obvious. What I mean by this is that don’t miss out on a prospective suitor because he/she isn’t your “spec”. Now, I’m not saying you shouldn’t be physically attracted to your romantic partner, as that itself helps foster a strong relationship. All I’m saying is give love a chance. Let love happen. Trust me, it will come from where you least expect it.
But also remember that self love comes first.
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