We come into this world with a predisposition to love and be loved. Why is finding true love so difficult as adults? Do we lose our understanding of love along the way? Do the experiences of life gradually jade us to the possibility of authentic love?
Finding true love and a committed relationship that can last the test of time is rare. A lasting loving relationship must be grounded in respect, compassion, forgiveness, acceptance, fidelity, and safety. These are sustaining qualities of relationships; but rarely are we taught to look for them.
Most single women today unfortunately have a very big list of demands when it comes to finding a man, and are very picky as well too.
Yeah, These women with their very high standards nowadays do make it very difficult for many of us single men looking.
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