What is so wrong with wanting? Wanting a man who meets my standards, why do people feel we have to settle because we are constantly reminded how much work marriage is? If you meet that 'extra special' person does that mean we don't have to work as hard as if we just settled for someone who we felt short term love for? I am coming upon the slow realization of the absolute doing things for myself not depending on anyone to do it for me. I am only hoping that I wake up and say that if it doesn't feel right and I'm working that hard on a relationship that it might not be meant to be. Then sometimes I feel I may be blind because I have TOO high of standards and I'm being unrelistic and will spend my whole life searching for someone that isn't there. Is it wrong to want or even expect certain things from a partner?
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