PobsLadies:Choosing The Right Man

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   A beautiful woman surely gets lots of attention from guys but at times you don’t get the kind of man you want and then you are tagged PICKY.
   As women, we have a picture of the kind of man we want drawn up in our heads. For some women they like the David Beckham kind of man, others too like a cool homely guy and the gentle Christian Man. Our taste surely do differ but we all want a Man that is:
GOD FEARING
LOVING
ATTENTIVE
PROTECTIVE
CARING
HOMELY
FASHIONABLE….e.t.c
  The issue is out of all the men you get approached by, you have to settle for one but how do you know if he’s the right one.
  PobsLadies we have some helpful tips for you.
1. Make sure you have a connection:if you meet a man and sparks fly it means you are attracted to him and that makes him an eligible candidate for your heart

2. You bring out the best in each
other, not the worst . You encourage each other to grow personally,professionally and emotionally,recognizing that change is positive and healthy.

3. You trust each other and can
count on one another to do the
right thing . There’s no jealousy or second-guessing in the relationship.

4. You have fun together .Playfulness adds spice, and laughter is an aphrodisiac.

5. You share common core beliefs
and values. Connecting on an
emotional and spiritual level can be just as powerful as a physical
connection.

6. You communicate with each
other out of care and concern
instead of judgment and criticism.
Think about it this way: What’s your tone of voice like when you’re critical and judgmental? It’s hard to have a harsh tone when you speak out of care and concern.
   Does he have these qualities?,  If not, it’s time to pay attention to your gut feelings.Deep down, you know whether or not he’s right or wrong for you.
   Keep in mind that loneliness, lust and butterflies can cloud even the smartest woman’s judgment. But a solid understanding of what a healthy relationship with Mr. Right feels like will help you clear your head so that you’ll say “bye” to Mr. Wrong and recognize the right guy when he comes along.