Mainly due to the title: Why is it so difficult to find a woman with great qualities? To those I may have offended I’m sorry, and to those with an opinion, your comments are welcome.I thought about this whole-heartedly because I wanted to give a great answer not just to my friend, who concurs his friends’ grapple with the same dilemma constantly but to my readers. But before we get to that, I want you to read in his own words, what this man wants in a woman. In my opinion, he has a right to raise his standards when it comes to dating.
The popularity of online dating sites has come a long way and in today's world there is no stigma attached to it.
Lots of people have become disillusioned playing the bar game and have become comfortable with searching online for a date or their loved one or even just to find friends.
Let’s face it, we all want a great partner but if we aren’t wonderful ourselves that aspiration is simply unrealistic. I am not your past boyfriends, I am not your future boyfriend, I am the present.
The reality of being picky in today’s dating market is that; many people just can’t afford to be if they contribute less value than who they desire. We all have family issues, money issues, school issues, work issues, etc., but beyond that I don’t have time for baby mamas, baby daddies, children, and all other nonsense. By the way if you have any of the latter, I’m not interested. I’m sick and tired of meeting women who have preconceived notions and stereotypes about black men.
Is it because, with age, we care more about a relationship’s potential longevity, rather than just instant sexual gratification?
Or perhaps we become more acutely aware of the impermanence of beauty after experiencing our own signs of aging?In recent years the most prosperous people have found that combining personal lives with careers is not as simple as it once had been.For many career oriented, upscale individuals a social life may have had to been sacrificed.On these “consensually-ranked” traits, people seem to aspire to partners who rank more highly than themselves. The stereotypical example of that is known in sociology as a “beauty-status exchange”—an attractive person marries a wealthy or otherwise powerful person, and both win.It’s the classic story of an elderly polymath-billionaire who has sustained damning burns to the face who marries a swimsuit model who can’t find Paris on a map but really wants to go there, because it’s romantic.With the arrival of millionaire dating, the affluent person with the elite lifestyle can now enjoy the company of other high quality people seeking the same out of life.