If you’ve reached the point where you are convinced that “Mr. Right” hasn’t been born yet, and it’s a waste of time to look, you need to know it’s no different for women today than it was during the Dark Ages or even the Neolithic Age. Remember that statistics show thousands of women have found Mr. Right for themselves. You can too! Your Mr. Right is looking for you!
When it comes to FINDING Mr. Right, there are a couple of schools of thought on this. Some will tell you to “stop looking”! It does often occur that Mr. Right shows up from out of nowhere the moment that you stop looking. To many of us, this makes a lot of sense. Being comfortable in your own skin, and happy with your life as it is, gives you an aura of self-esteem and confidence that many men find incredibly attractive.
It also supports the fact that you are already a capable, independent woman who is able to enjoy herself in any situation whether you are alone or with someone else. On the other hand, the other theory on how to find Mr. Right revolves around the idea of putting yourself out there for Mr. Right to find, which makes sense. What good would your independence, beauty and charm be for you if nobody ever sees you because you’re always alone at home?
It may be that your letter carrier is the man of your dreams, but it couldn’t hurt to take that adult language class or join a gym. Those who take this path know that being seen is crucial, so why hide? Despite what the media tells you, you don’t have to just give up the game when you start reaching your 30s and 40s; a lot of people experience this same problem when they hit that age. People learn what they like and dislike over time. They have a better idea of what they want in a partner.
You’ll actually stay together if you marry later in life, and it might even spare your kids from an embarrassing, juvenile story about how you met their father at a rave – you’ll end up being more proud of yourself and your life.
If you have tried marriage early on, and it didn’t work, you might be a bit wary of trying again. You may even feel you had Mr. Right and it didn’t work for you, so the idea of following your heart again is not at the top of your list. Remember what you learned from the first go-round, ease into dating someone else, and remind yourself that you deserve to have happiness in your life. Just focus on yourself, make yourself a better person and learn from your mistakes; this way, you’ll be even better the next time.
While the question of how to find Mr. Right is asked by many every day, you need to remember it’s also the one that gets an answer each day as well.