Single

I’m often asked by people that get to know me why I’m still single. My reply is always that I haven’t met a special young lady that I see a long term future with as my potential wife one day and feel will make a great mother to my future child. Not to mention, I’m happily single and in a good space in life.

Also, being in a romantic relationship works two ways. She has to want to be in one with me and I have to want the same with her. Thus, sometime ladies don’t want to be in one with me either, which is totally fine since everybody isn’t compatible.

Therefore, don’t ever feel bad about being single, since the goal isn’t to be in a relationship just to say you got somebody. However, it should be to be in one with a person you view overall as an asset and not a liability. Furthermore, you want the chemistry to be natural between the two of you, along with sharing similar key beliefs and values in life in my opinion.

Do you get ask why you’re single often? If yes, what is usually your response and how does it make you feel?

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Grade

I’m sure everyone has heard an individual in a relationship complain before about something they wished their significant other still did often that they use to when the two of them first started dating. It’s common for most people to get too relax in a relationship with someone that they’ve been with for awhile. Thus, I think all couples should give each other a weekly relationship grade.

It’s important to be consistent while you’re with someone and not to stop doing things that your significant other like, especially if it heavily contributed to them wanting to be with you in the first place.

As a result, this is a chance for the two to hold each other accountable, along with receiving and giving constructive feedback. Furthermore, this also a chance when they can let their partner know what they’re doing well.

Do you feel a couple giving each other a weekly relationship grade is a good thing?

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Liability

I believe that the people we interact with daily in our lives are either an asset or liability to us. Therefore, if you have to choose, I’m sure most people will prefer the person that they view as an asset. Yet, a lot of people have friends and family members, along with a current significant other that is a liability.

  • One-Sided Relationships

One key sign that a friend or family member is a liability to you is if you find yourself making them a priority and helping with something on a regular, but they’re hardly ever available and make you feel like an option often when you need them, even if it’s just for something small.

  • Not Happy Around Them Often

If you find yourself less happy and more stress most of the time you’re around another individual because of what they do or don’t on a regular, there is a good chance they are a liability in your life and that you need to distance yourself from around them.

What are some other examples of a person being a liability that you can think of?

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Assume

One of the things which makes the world great in my opinion is that everyone doesn’t like the same things or think alike. Yet, most disagreements between family members or friends happens when one person assume that everyone does think like them. However, that is definitely not the mindset you want to have, since it can lead to a lot of miscommunication that could be avoided.

  • Give Others The Respect You Want In Return

I’m hoping you wouldn’t want someone that you care about to have an issue with you and not let you know about it directly, but address the issue with a number of other people instead. Thus, why would you want to do that to another person?

  • Listen To Understand

If you do have a discussion with the individual that you’re mad or disappointed in, be sure to listen to with the intent to understand instead of listening to reply. This is important to do because the two of you might of been looking at things from different perspectives. As a result, neither one of you might actually be right or wrong and the other person honestly might not of had any clue of what they did before you told them.

Has there ever been a time where you initially assume someone intent in doing something to find out you was wrong after a conversation with them?

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First Date

Most guys goal when they ask a woman out on a first date is for her to have a good time with them so she’ll want to go out again. Yet, sometime there are things that guys don’t do, even if it was unintentional, that can have a woman not wanting to even go out once with them.

  • Know Key Things That She Likes To Do

A guy should know before planning out a first date what type of food the woman like, along with some activities she enjoy doing in her free time, mainly to increase his chances of her saying yes and having a great time while with him.

  • Inform Her In Advance

It’s important for a guy to let a woman know at least a day in advance, along with providing the time and what all he plan for the two of them to do on the date in my opinion so the woman doesn’t feel like she was just a last minute backup plan. Also, this helps to possibly give her time to change up some things on her schedule to go out on the date if she initially was busy.

Have you ever been ask to go out on a first date by a guy at the last minute? If yes. how did that make you feel at that time?

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A Real Friend

People often confuse a person that is actually an acquaintance as a real friend, mainly due to platforms like Facebook. Furthermore, if you ask five random people of their criteria of a real friend you probably receive five different answers. However, I think all of them would agree that if an individual starts to act different towards you just because you tell them NO or have just as much as them now in life that isn’t a real friend.

  • Fair-weather Friends

Some people are only friends with you based on what they feel you can do for them. As a result, they will use you until they can’t use you anymore and quick to forget all the times you said YES to what they want and only remember the few times you told them NO.

  • Friends That Don’t Want You To Do Better Than Them

There are some people that can be a great friend to you long as they feel you are not on their level and deliberately surround themselves all the time with other individuals they feel are beneath them as well. Yet, when they feel like you’re doing just as good or better than them in life, they start to act different unfortunately.

What are some other things that you feel are red flags of a person not being a real friend?

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What We Allow

When it comes to relationships people do what we allow, accept, and tolerate from them. As a result, it’s important to have consequences to actions, so they have an incentive to do the right thing. Furthermore, if a person isn’t willing to do right then you should consider helping them to appreciate your absence.

Cheating Partner

  • If you have a partner that has cheated on you multiple times there is a good chance that person doesn’t respect you. However, the root cause of that disrespect may arise from the individual not being afraid of you leaving them. Thus, you got to stop giving unlimited loyalty to them when they consistently give you limited loyalty in return.

Money Tree To Friends/Family

  • A person shouldn’t need to borrow money from you on a consistent basis, unless they are living out of their budget or don’t have one. In either case, their bad planning should not be your emergency. Therefore, you want to say NO to them sometime, even if you do have the extra money to give so you don’t handicap and make them think it’s alright to not be responsible and just do whatever they want with their money knowing you will always be there to bail them out.

What is something that you allow or allowed from another individual in the past that you wished you never did?

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Student Loans

The average student graduates from a four year college with student loans of about $28,000. Some students become eligible to have their loan debt forgiven. Yet, that is not the case for most. As a result, I plan to pay the full amount if my child has loan debt after graduation.

Head Start In Life

  • Even though I’ve had a great life so far, I’ll like to do my best to ensure my kid(s) has an even better life than me. The key for that to happen in my opinion is to give them good exposure to more things at a younger age and not have them to start their adult life off with a lot of debt. Therefore, I’ll feel like I failed them if they graduate in 4-5 years with almost 30k of debt.

Resentment Can Be Created

  • To avoid a lot of loan debt, it’s usually too late for a kid to start saving up on their own in high school when they’re able to work. Furthermore, the average kid not thinking about or got a way to save for college while in elementary school. Thus, a teen can sometime have resentment towards their parents when they feel the debt stems from bad planning by their parents

Do you feel parents should help pay off student loans of their kids after graduation if they’re able to?

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Personal Growth

It’s important in life to have people in your inner circle that care about you. Yet, it’s key to have people that will not just tell you what you want to hear but what you need to hear as well for your personal growth.

Furthermore, in order to grow, a person has to come out of their comfort zone and be open to constructive criticism. However, it won’t take place if you just surround yourself with people that just know as much as you.

What is something in your life that you achieved by coming out of your comfort zone that helped with your personal growth?

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Gamble

I hear people often complain about flaws of their partner that he/she was aware of early on when they first started dating. There are some things you might can have an influence on your partner to change that isn’t anything major. However, there are other things I wouldn’t advise to gamble on potential with.

Don’t Want To Work

  • When your partner can’t seem to ever keep a steady job for whatever reason in the the years that you’ve known him/her, it wouldn’t be wise to get a new apartment of house with them and be dependent on their income every month.

Not Wanting Kids

  • If the person you’re dating has made it clear to you that they don’t want kids ever and having a child one day is a big priority for you, it’s probably best to end things over potentially investing 4-5 years in the relationship to not even change their mind.

What are some other things that you wouldn’t want to gamble on investing years with a partner on for them to never change?

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