A few days ago I talked with an aged funny married couple, who explained that they have two divorced daughters, in their thirties, complaining that they don’t find any suitable guy to date.
Both told me something like : “OK, the guy must be : handsome, interesting, wealthy, great in bed, protective, obedient, kind-hearted, with feminine qualities, while giving them big space when then need it”.
“Where is my Prince?”
Then they finished by : “Well, my dear, this kind of wealthy valet doesn’t even exist!”.
Who knows, though? How to lower expectations in love or marriage? What kind of doors/choices are dancing here? Can we cross out some qualities in the list? Why? What if the wealthy valet type says “No”? Why would men be frightened by such a program?
By the way, is “to make do” really a verb?? (question from the French). I found :
“We’re striving to make do with less”.
Bonne journée !