Is He Mr. Right (Or Just Mr. Right Now)? 10 Ways To Know For Sure

Well, from preschool age, little girls learn to house, care for baby dolls, and pretend that Barbie and Ken will get married and live happily ever after. Society feeds this ideal of finding Mr. Right to girls as being the benchmark of their success as females and is deeply entrenched in long-standing cultural myths.

Women then grow up with Utopia-like visions of meeting the perfect guy, falling head over heels in love, and living happily ever after themselves, seldom considering the very real problems and challenges that spring forth in normal, everyday life.

Women then run every man they date through that love filter—Is he “the one”?

This approach to dating makes finding fulfilling love incredibly difficult. Why? Think about it …

First, the truth is—there is far more to you than that shallow ‘happily ever after’ fantasy. It’s a hollow vision of love.

Who in her right mind deliberately chooses to abandon her own dreams, goals, or gifts in exchange for sacrificing her mind, body, and soul for others, while being unfulfilled? That sounds more like indentured servant than real love.

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