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Like most of my clients (and probably, like you), she’s quite a catch. In fact, if I were to distill my sentiments about what you should be looking for in a partner, I would probably say this. Yet if you’re in the 90th percentile in looks, intelligence, and income, you likely think that the key to happiness is finding a man who is in the 95th percentile. And most of all, because his charisma is probably indicative of a whole bunch of other qualities – his desire to flirt with other women, his bossiness, his stubbornness, his refusal to settle down or compromise…
Blonde, great smile, looks amazing for her age, creative and fulfilling career…and still, no guy. Yes, Laura’s dated that charismatic guy a dozen times – always with the same result.
For a long time, love wasn’t a priority, but as she got into her mid-40’s and achieved all the work success that she’d ever sought, she felt a deep yearning. But really, what you’re doing is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. Her shift – and yours – is not to swing to the OPPOSITE end of the spectrum.
So when you date the man who is just like you but “better”, you’ll likely end up with a man with the same strengths…and the same weaknesses. Are those who are attracted to me naturally my complement? 95% of the time I took the initiative to ask guys out.
If I married someone with my weaknesses, my wife would be difficult, opinionated, short-tempered. I was trying to change this but it appears that if I don’t ask, nothing happens. Unfortunately, my friends, who are trying to get me out of singledom, and I realized that it is my very own personality to be pro active. And there are a couple of guys who indicate that they are approachable than approaching and most of the time have a positive response when I ask them out.