About me: "Im selfish impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes Im out of control and at times hard to handle, but if you cant handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell dont deserve me at my best" Maryln Monroe
I think there needs to be some time of initial physical attraction but more important is emotional. The more you get to know someone the more attractive they become. But as we all know, looks will eventually fade, but ones heart does not. I seem to have the trouble finding the man who has a good heart.
I'm opinionated, controversial, and I never shy away from ethical debate, and regularly get into trouble for it. I am probably the most loyal person you will ever meet and I've always got your back. What you see is exactly what you get. With me, you'll always know where you stand. If I loved you once, I'll love you always.
Maybe old fashioned, but I want a man who can think with his heart. I do it often and want someone who can do it as well. I am not attracted to fancy things but am attracted to one who can make my heart feel its beats.
I do not look at a harmful person and think shame on them, I look and think what has been done to hurt this person. Then I proceed to help them. I can not seem to find a partner who can do the same. I want someone who can see others and help them.
Tidbit for you reading this, say we are a couple. One cold day in November you are diagnosed with cancer and it is apparent you will be bedridden and sick. Lose your hair and strength. Would you rather have a woman by your side who will love you and carry your smile, making your heart content? Or one that you know may be looking to date the physician treating you?
I would like to know that the person I am with has a heart. A date is the easiest thing to find. A boyfriend almost as easy. A husband, pretty close to easy. But a person who has a heart and loves you, is not.