I find it interesting that we as a society act like good relationships are just supposed to happen.That it is our right. That we act like self awareness and sense of understanding oneself isn't indicative of the quality of person you are going to attract and the quality of relationship you are going to have. If you haven't taken the individual time to figure out who you are then how do you expect to have a high quality relationship? Too much of us look at dating as a guessing game, hopelessly romancing that the next one is going to be a good one, not ever learning from the past, just going in circles. How has this approach worked for you? Cause it hasn't ended up too great for me either...
On a constant path of self-discovery and self-awareness in every facet possible.
I don't get discouraged by rejection I embrace it.
There's something sexy about a woman who truly wants to be seen as an equal and not treated just as a princess. I'm in no way saying chivalry is dead for all you "traditionalists" out there, I'm merely saying this isn't medieval times and there are no Knights of the round table anymore.
You should want your man to want you not need you
I don't care what any guy says, we all need space at times. A very important but often neglected part of a long term relationship.
And excessive checking in only breeds more insecurity and aggravation in a relationship. A little faith and trust goes a long way
QUALITY communication not QUANTITY communication. Yet again, another ginormous difference.
Full time student finishing up college as well as working full time as a personal trainer. Fitness is my life but I'm not a meat head. I'm passionate about helping people becoming healthier in all aspects.
Music - Hiphop/rap is my fist love but I've grown to love all types of music. I'm currently into alot of EDM and I can thank my brother for that one because he currently manages one of the top 10 edm djs in the world.
I'm not looking for one night stands. Friends is cool with me. Sex isn't everything and often overrated when making an intimate connection. I'm a human being first and foremost and want you to feel the same way.