What do you look for in someone?

Thread Topic: What do you look for in someone?

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    therealminime Senior
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    they have to exist
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    therealminime Senior
    Pretty solid 🧐
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    Weirdhead Novice
    They have to share my religion and have a good personality.
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    therealminime Senior
    Not bad either!
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    Ericat Novice
    They have to treat me right and have a good personality.
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    therealminime Senior
    definitely what every good relationship should have!!
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    DJ Cecilia Novice
    Must be a rebel
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    Honestly I want someone whose easy to talk to, who can understand that sometimes I have bad days and it’s not their fault. Someone who won’t care that I don’t always look the best. Someone who I can be real with and still appreciate them.

    I had someone like this but I wasted it because I was young and it was online,
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    Paige_ Advanced
    I want someone who actually loves me. Someone who won't make fun of my insecurities. They don't have to be funny, but that'd be nice. I'd like them to get my humor. Someone who understands why I am the way I am, and will support me when I need it.

    But I dont think I'll ever find it, considering the fact that everyone in the real world treats me like I'm a waste of space.
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    therealminime Senior
    Bad boys, eh?

    That's very nice, Lillie! I'm sure someone will come around again. Someone in real life, too! :)

    That's nice too, Paige! You definitely will find someone like that in the real world. You got quite some time to find them still. Good people still exist. And if people do treat you like that, then they're missing out on a great person :)
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    The Coldest Sun Hot Shot
    I look for genuine kindness, honesty, and a good work ethic. Someone looking to advance in life. Similar interests are a plus, emotional independence is a must. I'm not interested in parenting my partner.
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    therealminime Senior
    As good as everyone else's is, yours is probably the best so far, especially that last point. Relationships have to kind of work in a way of a well oiled machine (probably a bad analogy). Couples have to work together. Not with one ruling th roost. You shouldn't be interested in parenting your partner, or vice versa. I personally have seen too many relationships get ruined.
  • goth200482 Newbie
    kind caring honest respectful not clingy is p[erfect for me

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