While my friends partied, travelled, and met their future significant others, I worked and studied, studied again, and then worked even harder. My motto was: “Do not get distracted, prepare yourself first and the family will come later.” Now that I’ve achieved a lot of what I wanted, including a good education, a career with respect and recognition, it feels like a good time to start focusing more on a lasting relationship. But when I looked around, I seemed like I was the only one who was single. But it simply can’t be! There are a lot of wonderful people out there, who, like me, are tired of working long hours trying to escape the emptiness of the house. People, who despite a number of loyal friends, still feel lonely, and who want a meaningful connection with someone else. I’m ready to meet that someone and experience the joy of life.
I’m happy, funny, adventurous, kind, intelligent, and reliable. Throw in that I like to travel internationally, meet new people try new food, and just learn something new in general. I enjoy cooking and like when my friends and family come to appreciate it.
Following an old saying: “Treat others the way you want to be treated” helped me to surround myself with people I can always trust and rely on. I always prefer bitter truth to sweet lie.
How do I see someone I want to be with? I’d like to meet a person who is intelligent, funny, curious, happy, understanding, responsible, and has a romantic sense about him, in other words, someone who shares similar values and qualities. I believe that for a solid relationship it is important not only to look at each other but also in the same direction.