How To Find The Right Guy: 7 Tips From A Father

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A daughter’s first hero is and always will be her dad. He is the one a daughter always turns to whenever she is stuck, be it a math problem or in life. Finding the right guy one should date or marry is a tough question for many girls, but your dad is here for you to answer.

Go ahead and ask your dad, I certainly did. I was in that palace where most of the girls would find themselves; “Am I making the right decision?”, “Is he the right guy for me?”, “How do I find out?”.

My father told me “You are the greatest gift God has ever given me. All I want for you in life is for you to be happy in your life. I ask nothing more of you than that. Choose the one your heart wants to choose and live your life the way you chose to live. The right guy for you is the one who sticks with you no matter what. But if you really want to know some of the signs, let me tell you……”

Here Is Some Of The Good Advice My Father Gave Me About Finding The Right Guy. Learn Your Father’s Recipe To Find The Right Guy. Take A Look:

1. Date If He Makes You Happy, But Marry Him If He Makes You Laugh

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How To Find The Right Guy: 7 Tips From A Father

“A day without laughter is a day wasted.” – Charlie Chaplin

The first piece of advice my dad gave me is to find a guy who has the ability to make his woman laugh. a guy who knows how to cheer you up. Whenever you’re upset, he will know how to make you laugh and change your mood. In the midst of his jokes, you can lighten up and be comfortable around him. Having a sense of humor is what protects the relationship. 

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2. Make Sure He Has Scars On The Back Of His Hands

“From every wound there is a scar, and every scar tells a story. A story that says, “I survived”.” — Craig Scott

Date a man who can handle pain. Actual men are not into complaining about what a bitch life is. They have scars, they have thrown punches, they have bruised knuckles and calluses. They are into providing solutions, which is tied to being proactive, taking action. That man has lived and endured pain and still stood up to face the rocks. A man who has a habit of complaining comes across as immature who cannot even take a blister.

3. Before You Say Yes, Get Him Angry. See Him Scared, See Him Wanting, See Him Sick. Stress Changes A Person.

“A drunk mind speaks the sober heart”

Let me ask you a question, do you want you guys to get drunk. No? Well, maybe you should. get him drunk and you’ll learn more about his thoughts and feelings. A drunk guy is more inclined to say something he has bottled up inside, maybe not the truth for everyone but the truth for him.

And baby girl, that’s what you want to know. A person never changes, maybe his perspective changes but you cannot change the way he’s made. Know what his thoughts are for you and for a relationship altogether. If he says something that doesn’t d\satisfy you, know this phrase will not change even after 10 years, at least in his mind. Run sweetheart.

4. Trust Your Instincts.

“Trust your instincts. Intuition doesn’t lie.” — Oprah Winfrey

Not only in finding the guy, but in every phase of your life, trust your instincts. Intuition can play the biggest part in making a decision. If he ever makes you feel uncomfortable and unsafe, just leave, no question asked. You don’t have to rush into things, give yourself and the guy a chance to better connect with each other. Remember, it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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Penelope Bell

Hi there, I am someone who loves the idea of being happy at all costs. I like to believe that life is too short for any negativity, smile and make the most of it, and Coffee helps too. Reading and writing are always keeping me engaged and entertained. I enjoy grabbing my headphone and go for a walk. Helping others is what I am passionate about because one of the best things you can do in your life is to let people know they are not alone.View Author posts