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Art Credit: Jonathan Yacoub. Isaac's list and my own are pretty similar—neither of us want to mess around in a dead-end relationship. But, as things generally go between men and women, while our end goal is the same, our approaches are quite different. Things like being ambiguous about whether or not we are on a date, texting me or calling me with seemingly no purpose, and spotty communication after and before dates are incredibly frustrating. Constantly questioning whether a guy wants to date me or if he has any interest in me is just not worth it to me.
The last thing I want is to invite drama into my life. Immaturity may have been fun in college, but that was three years ago. Is he behaving like a total bro, drinking Natty Light, requesting the DJ play Skrillex, and checking out other women when we go out? Does he take care of his body—shower every day, exercise every so often, go to the dentist once in a while?
And bonus points if he grills us steaks for dinner. When it comes to letting a woman know you are attracted to her, a little flirtation goes a long way.
Smiles and laughing at my jokes are all winners when we've just met. Since I live in New York and my family is back in the Midwest, my friends are my family here.
If he never gets along with them or has major issues with them, then he and I will have issues, too. Who he surrounds himself with can say a lot about who he is. Sorry, dudes, but it comes with the package. You don't have to like this stuff, but you must like that I like it.
Heartbreak has been the catalyst for a lot of personal growth in my life.
This is obviously something that is rarely, and not advisably, shared on a first date—but this is something I will be eager to hear about as soon as it's appropriate. It lets me know that he is able to be vulnerable with me and learn from past mistakes. I want to eventually get married and have children.
To me, marriage is by definition a sacrifice. Any of my friends who are married have told me that it requires hard work and commitment. To put it simply, is he curious? Does he want to know about me, experience the things I enjoy, and also share the things he enjoys with me? This is a big one. Furthermore, I hope he understands I am not perfect. If he can approach these things with kindness and patience, then our relationship will be much stronger.
I would treat him with the same respect. I want to be in a relationship with a man who brings out the best in me. And not just for my own sake, I want to be my best for someone else. What are his values? And do they correspond with mine?
My faith is one in my life. Everything else, including my relationship with my partner, comes second to that. This one will likely become clear throughout the course of your first few conversations and if not, don't be afraid to ask him!
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