But you need to choose the right man to have patience with. He is simply not the right man for you, and there is someone out there for you.Sometimes, no amount of patience and understanding will get a man to be the man you crave him to be. Someone whom you can truly live a full life with, a passionate life with, a man who truly fills you up with love, and who adores you like you are his princess.Is he wiling to put in the sweat equity to make the relationship work? I'd also get clear about why it is that he pulled away -- that will give you the best sense of your prognosis. C.: I'm 25, employed, but still don't know what I want to do professionally for the rest of my life.I've been in a relationship for seven months with a girl who is dependable, grounded, and trustworthy, but there isn't a huge spark in me for her.(Click here to take the quiz on “Am I Dating a Commitment Friendly Man?“)Your task is to really see what a man does for what it is, and make your decision from there.
I truly believe in patience and understanding when it comes to men – it is part of being a mature and feminine woman.Are these guys patient or just stringing them along? As it turns out, there isn’t a lot of recent research on the courtship length prior to marriage.Decades ago the statistics ranged from six to fourteen months.I'm considering taking the summer to travel, job shadow and reconnect with old friends (I haven't made many in my twi years in D. She says she'll wait for me, but I think it might be best to go separate ways, as I haven't had many relationships and am dealing with the desire to date more before settling down.How do I know if I should leave a good relationship, in hopes of finding a great one?