Finding Mr. Right is more than just a dream. Every person has the ability to find a partner who can join them in this journey we call Life. Yet all too often single ladies settle for the first guy that crosses their path, whether for better or for worse. Take charge of your future by finding Mr. Right who will meet your needs, help you along, and make your days much brighter.
# 1: Pencil Him In
Who is Mr. Right for you? Everyone’s definition is different, and you need to pin down your ideal man before you go looking for him. Start by making a list of the qualities that you would love to have in a life partner. Also make a list of no exceptions, those things that you will not go for, such as smoking for some or facial hair for others. Be detailed and thoughtful in your list for Mr. Right. This will help you hone in to that special someone without feeling that you have to compromise.
#2: Get a Move On
Forget expecting Mr. Right to come knocking on your door. This isn’t a fairy tale, and even Cinderella had to get out of the house and be welcoming to find her Prince Charming. Yet proceed with caution. Bars, night clubs and frat parties are not the best places to go. Instead you’ll find Mr. Right Now. Go to where you think he might hang out, whether that be at the local coffee shop, church, the zoo or the library.
#3: Take One for the Team
The team, ahem, would be Team Me. During your journey, and it is a journey not a simple pick-one-and-your-done deal, you’ll come across several Mr. Nearly Rights. There will be several qualities in the guys that you love, but far too many that you can’t accept. For example, he might be a major fan of baseball while you cannot stand sports in general, and this might be a tiebreaker. But you might not have included “no sports fans” on your list of Dos’ and Don’ts’ for Mr. Right. The point here is that you need to play the field a bit to determine what truly satisfies you in terms of a partner.
#4: Adjust Your Focus
When you have found your Mr. Right, that special someone whom fits your needs, dreams and desires, you’ll know it. Now, he is not going to be your best friend’s, your sister’s or your mother’s perfect guy —and that is perfectly OK. Don’t let others boggle your decision by giving you their two cents regarding Mr. Right. Be happy with your new found relationship, and focus your energy on making it last.