Yes, I know that my headline may seem a bit strange to some- but stick with me. If you have a chance to read the book, you'll learn about when the Little Prince meets the fox, who teaches the Little Prince the rituals of taming. I know that probably sounds odd as well, but you can Google the text. Taming is about two people taking the time to create ties, so that eventually they become unique to one another. That's my general approach to dating, believe it or not.
I try my best not to overanalyze things in a relationship and I do my best to give the guy I'm with the benefit of the doubt. I'd rather ask a simple question to clear up my confusion than stew in a passive-aggressive mess. I do not use the phrase, "We need to talk." I prefer not to sweat the small stuff. There are better things to worry about. I approach relationships as a partnership with each member having his or her own style when it comes to getting things done. I'm not into one member of the relationship calling all the shots or having the other on a (proverbial) leash. I do not believe in trying to make a man apologize for something he didn't do. To say a relationship is about give and take is a gross understatement. You have to work at it every day.
Yes, I am a confident woman with a career, but that doesn't mean that I'll put you down in public. My job is to always have your back and to be there for you. I want you to be proud to have me on your arm- for many reasons.
A man who wants to take the time to get to know me and let me get to know him because he thinks this is the optimal way to find a partnership that works will be on the right track with me. A guy who likes to open doors for women is a plus- I guess I like old school romance. I love professional sports, music, movies and travelling, so a guy who has similar or complimentary interests would be great. Family is also very important to me. I don't have any children and don't have any plans to have any at this time. But don't let that lead you to believe that I wouldn't date a guy who has kids in his life, because I most certainly would if he were the right guy.