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Unfortunately, there are a lot of really nice guys who don’t let those qualities show.
Ultimately, a woman wants to make sure he makes her feel great as well.
The reverse also happens: The person you shouldn’t be with becomes the person you really want to be with.
If you’re not feeling a connection with the kind of person that really would be best for you, chances are you’re “should-ing” yourself, and that’s part of the problem.
I also see people use a lot of “should” statements.
For example, a man looks at the perfect woman for him and says, “I should like her and I should want to call her more.” The moment you say “should,” the more unattractive it is.
This is a supplementary discussion from a Mormon Channel Daily interview.
What challenges do Latter-day Saint singles in their 20s face when it comes to dating and marriage today?
Why is non-committal physical affection in a relationship so damaging?
Men are also looking for women who are kind, positive, spiritual, and confident.
On the flip side, the first thing women are looking for beyond the physical is strength and confidence.
Snell: The more deeply a man sacrifices the more deeply he loves.
And non-committal affection requires no sacrifice, so of course there isn’t going to be any love.
Sometimes they look at the prophet and his wife and think, “That’s the kind of marriage that I want,” but they don’t consider the process it takes to become that kind of couple—a lot of trial, change, and self-improvement.