Call me old fashioned but this brings into question just about everything I know about relationships. The ladies on ABC Television's The View broke this topic down on their show yesterday. I can actually understand the rationalization on the surface but aren't real relationships built on more than good looks and physical attraction? I have in my life known some very pretty people, many of whom I would not trust to watch my garbage can, much less give my heart too.
You know if this little narrative was about what men want we could probably get it done in about two sentences. Just like in real life huh ladies? The fact is I am writing this for my gender based brethren to read and consider and of course for you ladies to chime in and fill in the parts that I don't get right. Speaking of getting it right, you remember the three R's from school right? Well when the door closes and the lights go down there are two R's you need to know.
"If only I knew what she wanted", it's a phrase I hear from my guy friends all the time. Okay the truth is I say that a lot too. Could it be that in the next few lines eyes are about to be opened and lives changed? I doubt it, but I do think I have stumbled on to something special. I would say that any man that achieves 5 of the 10 has a pretty good chance at an amazing relationship. If you go more than 5, which really isn't that hard to do, I think you will have your partner melt in your arms and purring like a kitten at the mere mention of your name.
Who ever said marriage was a 50/50 proposal must have been a divorce attorney. It is anything but that it's more like 100/100. You give 100 percent and so does your spouse and that's when things really work out well. Still in the best relationships money and housework often raise the red flags of battle. So what is the best way to divide up the chores?
Since I've been planning on getting married (right in the middle of college, at 20 years old..Funny Joke) I thought I'd do a little research and find out what most dudes do. But I came across this, and said, "Wow!" I can share this with all my Dawg lady friends who might want to know if he's planning to pop the question soon!?
Well now this goes against all I have been taught and told for so many years. I was told you forgave when you could and the let by gones be by gones. Now scientist are saying that holding a grudge may actually help you hold your relationship together. Read further and we will explain.
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