Writing Out Your Perfect Guy

Every woman has their own idea of what a perfect guy consists of. Whether you want him to be tall, funny, intellectual, etc. we've all made a mental list of who we'd want to be with. This is something we've done for years, altering the list as we live and learn in hopes that one day we’ll meet that perfect guy. We may even have shared this hypothetical list with our closest friends, comparing our lists with one another. This is something done in light fun, for the most part, but actually writing out what you want in a man can be extremely beneficial.

Taking the time to think about what you'd like in a partner allows you to see what type of person you want in your life. Having a list written out can be used as a reference when you meet guys because you'll already know what you're looking for. This automatically helps you differentiate who you want to be with and who you don’t want to be with. This exercise also helps you learn more about yourself. You’d be surprised about the particular components you hadn’t thought about prior to making your list.

The first step when writing out your list is knowing what you want and knowing what you don't want. Writing down what you don't want is as important as writing what you do want. This is because sometimes we can become so enamored with the good qualities of someone that we begin to ignore their toxic flaws. As exciting as it may be meeting someone who has the traits you like, it's vital that you keep the traits you don't like in mind.

The next step would be for you to list the qualities you want from most important to least important. This will help you keep in mind what you really value in a person compared to their superficial attributes. The odds of you finding someone who checks off everything on your list are slim, therefore, it’s important to focus on the characteristics you actually care about.

Lastly, you need to be rational while making your list. While this should be fun, it's important that you are realistic with what want. Don't expect something from someone that you can’t necessarily provide yourself. For instance, if you want your partner to be ambitious, you should be ambitious too. Being practical is a necessity when making your list.

This puts things into perspective. As I mentioned before, having your list will make dating a bit easier and the best part about it is that it’s all up to you. You can add or take away anything you want. You have the decision of sharing it with the people around you or keeping it to yourself. When you make your list, it’s important to do it with the mindset that this person is out there. Soon after, manifestation will take place and your ideal match will present himself.

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