Im too picky with dating men
Lastly, to help me remain open, yet selective with guys I would date, I simply put it in God's hands and trusted in Him.Sure, I would still go out to meet people or let myself be set up on blind dates, etc.I even went to a counselor once because several people told me I was just too picky with guys.In fact, there was a certain month in my mid-twenties when there were three guys interested in me, and they were all great guys, but something deep down told me none of them were right for me.
Michael and I have our differences and there are things I had to "let go of" in marrying Michael - he doesn't like basketball and football like I do, he's not a handy man, he doesn't swim or swing dance, although he took lessons for both before we married ;). I'm glad I wasn't too picky about that stuff but held out for a man of strong faith who is crazy about me and I am crazy about him. Trusting in Him was the best thing I have ever done and He hasn't let me down yet, nor will He ever.I'm a 23-year-old female who is completely happy with every aspect of her life except the fact that I cannot seem to find a good guy or even a good date. Dear High Expectations, First of all, thank you for writing.I do not seem to be attracted to many of the good guys interested in me, but then other guys seem to be fake and only interested in me for superficial reasons. I appreciate your email for a variety of reasons, mostly because I've been through the same thing myself.If you are constantly put in situations that could be morally compromising or just make you uncomfortable, you, first of all, may not enjoy yourself.Secondly, you can feel forced to either fake that you agree with behaviors in this setting or you risk making others uncomfortable because you show or articulate that you do not approve of such behaviors.