In 2011 You're Going Be Open To Love Again, Right?
by Terrance Dean
The divorce is over. The papers are signed. He's out of the house and you're sitting there, alone. This New Year you've promised yourself that you're going to put yourself out there. But, how do you know if the next guy will be the one? Will it take weeks, months, or years for him to show up?
Some divorcees want their prince charming, or knight in shining-armor. Some just want a simple man. A man who works, takes care of the home, loves his children, and is spiritually grounded. Whatever you need from a man, you have to be open to receiving love when it shows up.
You have to be prepared for when he shows up. There's no use in asking for him and you're not ready when he comes. You can't start running around trying to fix your hair, dress, make-up, and attitude after he arrives. Be prepared for your man. Especially with an open heart and willingness to accept him when he shows up.
I'm telling you, I've heard lots of divorcees complain about the good guy. You know the one. The man who is extremely nice, a gentleman, loves children, practices chivalry, and is spiritually grounded. He has a good head on his shoulders and will love you like no other. However, the catch is that he is not tall enough, or dark enough, or he may be a blue-collar worker. He may be a younger than you, maybe even older. You can't seem to let go of your ex-husband.
I swear sometimes I think women only want the bad boy who has a criminal record, bad credit, emotional issues, or unable to maintain a job. It's something about fixing a man up that intrigues them. Women want to feel like they were the ones responsible for helping him see the light, get back on his feet, and turn his life around. Despite the fact he got you into debt, ruined your credit, and he caused you to have several nervous breakdowns. Didn't you learn anything from your ex?
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