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Looking for A Sweeter Place

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Looking for A Sweeter Place

Looking to meet someone interesting who is not going to waste my time. I am in a good place in my life with my career and personal growth, and I am looking for someone who will understand me and share a life togethet through a deep connection. Looking for Mr Right who's not confused about his life, or choices of commitment versus flexibility, and most importantly has these two vital qualities: kindness and intelligence.

About who I am looking for:

You are completely grown up and independent- and I don't mean that in the financial aspect only. You are your own person with your own beliefs and you can make important decisions on your own. You are a mature adult in your mid to late thirties and you know what you want in a relationship and in your life. You are real and you are looking for the one. You have never humiliated your previous girlfriends or treated them with disrespect or called them insults, because that's not part of your character or your upbringing. When you have issues in your relationship, the first person you call is NOT your mother but your significant other. Your phase of adventure solo trips is over, and you are craving to share your happiness with someone you love. You believe that your significant other comes first and your friends come second. You are looking to have a family in your future. If you're into 50-50 on bills, you are also into 50-50 on shared committments and 50-50 on having things happen your way versus her way. You are educated, and full of kindness. You come from an educated family, otherwise there is no chance we will understand each other as I'm not the only one with a PhD degree in my family. You love dogs. You dream of the woman who will hold your hand while you walk your pooch(es) together. Responsibility and commitment are not scary words to you. You believe that a successful woman is one to cherish, not one to be afraid of or compete with. You have fallen in love before and you believe in true love.

If you date me because of my PhD degree, I will figure it out by the end of the first date so you should drop the prestige chase or the twisted challenge. I am not here to boost or smash your ego. I am looking for a life-time partner and I am not interested in competition games. If you date me because you have five other options and you don't know what you want, you should drop the idea of expanding your options with me because I don't do the NYC game. Pleaese move along if you're married, looking for polygamy, or an open relationship - the NYC cliche stereotype is not attractive to me.

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