7 Tips to Finding the Right Guy ...


Finding the Right Guy often seems impossible.

It seems like all the girls these days are trying to find the right man.

Good men seem to be few and far between, but let me assure you they ARE out there.

I married one myself!

And I know lots of girls who have found genuine, sincere men who love them and treat them well.

And let me assure you, they are out there for you too!

It may be a long time coming, but sometimes the best things take time.

Think of a baby.

It takes nine months to form!

Or a savings account.

It takes a while to accumulate those pennies, but who doesn't love a fat wad of cash?

But even though there are plenty of men out there, they're not all the RIGHT one for you.

So I've made a list with 7 tips to finding the right guy.

If you've had lousy luck lately, there could be a few things you need to tweak!

Keep on reading for 7 tips to finding the right guy!

1. Guys do Want Relationships

Guys do Want Relationships

I think one mistake girls make when they go looking for guys is thinking that men don't want a real relationship.2

So they end up settling for flings or one night stands, thinking that's all they will ever be able to get.

I'm here to disprove that theory!

Guys DO want relationships, and as long as you're the type of girl who flits around, they will never respect you enough to settle down.

So stop thinking that men don't want to be with you for longer than one night, and start holding out for somebody great!

That's how you find the right guy.

Mr. Wrong Might Know Mr. Right


Hello Crazy Girl, Honestly I think there are too many girls involved here. It doesn't matter who he talks to more, the fact is he's got a girlfriend and until that changes, you shouldn't do anything. It could really end up in a messy situation. Thanks for stopping by!
Hi there, Welcome to All Women Stalk! If you both liked each other, why did you say no when he asked you out? That's probably the reason why he's acting weird. Rejection isn't easy to handle sweetie. It's hard to take that step and actually ask someone out and obviously he's hurt and confused right now. You need to figure out how you feel about him firstly and then fix things. If you want to be with him, apologize to him and explain why you said no. I hope things work out for you. Good luck!
I'm looking for "Mr. Right" right now, and my friends all think I'm perfect with this one guy. Problem is this one guy is my friend! I know he likes me and he's asked me out. Some of my close friends know this but that doesn't stop the teasing from other people. I can handle that. But now he's just acting weird and so am I. Can you explain why? btw I said no when he asked me out.
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