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It was once village matchmakers who joined marriageable folk, and sometimes they joined people whose temperaments were at odds.
Couples were expected to cope with their incompatibilities and grow closer -- or not -- with the passage of time. You crave a ready match and your compatibility list is firm (loves dogs, plays chess, financially independent).
If you rule someone out just because they aren’t six feet tall and they don’t have straight A’s like your dream bae does, you might miss out on getting to know someone really awesome.
Sometimes the unexpected people are the ones we end up getting along with best!
” How do you know if you’re just a little picky, or your actually just super selective?
When it comes to relationships, it gets tricky: you want to be open-minded, but you don’t want to date anyone who will waste your time, or anyone who will just be completely wrong for you. You pick the qualities in a boyfriend or girlfriend that are the most important to you, and look for those in people. It’s totally fine to know what you want and what you don’t want in a partner – in fact, it’s necessary to starting a good relationship.
I kind of hate when people say someone is “too picky” just because they have standards.
But how willing you are to modify or even disregard that list?
I'm not talking about the lists on which phrases such as "always puts down the toilet seat" or "admires my off-key singing" appear. How will anyone who is ruled by a list ever find a satisfactory partner?
There’s nothing wrong with that, even though they think there is. Even if a guy seems nice, we’ll eventually find a flaw or two.
Once that happens, we won’t know whether to continue dating him or to toss him to the side.
That said, it actually is possible to have expectations that are way too high.