By: Charmi Patel/Thaakat Foundation
Really though? Where is he? Is he the best friend or is he the neighbor across the street. When do you know? How do you feel? I have absolutely no idea regarding those questions. However, I do know one thing for sure. You should be completely comfortable with him and everything around him. Nothing should be an issue. Every topic should be an open topic. How do you know if someone is truly the one for you? You really don’t know. It’s a matter of trial and error. It’s important to give yourself the chance to get to know someone and even the chance to not like them. No one says that dating is easy. You shouldn’t agree to a date because you feel bad. It should be because you want to go out with that certain someone…who knows: they may be a good significant other or even a better friend. Never miss out on those opportunities. Everyone is capable of friendship, and that is one thing forgotten in the episodes of dating.
Now how about those parent-inflicted dates? Good, bad, mediocre? I have to say..those are not as bad as people make them seem. Your parents are always looking for the best for you. They never want to see you get hurt or fall. These “potentials” they throw at you usually have a few qualities you are looking for. Now what’s wrong with checking them out? You may learn to like them…and if not, they may become good friends. Never miss out on those opportunities, much less any opportunities.
Let’s come to the women LOOKING to close the deal. Is that really a way you should be thinking? Dating, and especially marriage, is a very important ordeal in anyone’s life. Not just yours, but your family’s. You want to be sure you are happy sharing your life with this other person. Don’t feel like you have to settle for less or just agree to what others say. The great thing is that you have a say in your life. Make yourself heard, but be mature and respectful about it. Everyone has their destiny sought out…it could be just a matter of time till yours is fulfilled. Don’t lose yourself in the struggle and don’t sell yourself short of what you deserve.