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Ten Men Discuss What Qualifies As "Wife Material" in a Woman

Do you believe that you or your wife have been a good wife all these time?

By The Lost GirlPublished about a year ago 3 min read

Bonjour ladies. Have you ever thought about the actual process that men use to select probable life partners? So, you can stop wondering. In this post, we'll focus on the thoughts and observations of real men on the qualities they typically seek in a potential bride.

You must really pay attention to what these men are saying if you want to project the image of someone who is "marriage material."

If you want to succeed in love after all, you should constantly put your best foot forward. You must continue reading this essay all the way to the conclusion because of this.

"When I know a female will go to any length for me, I can say with certainty that she is bride material. She is the one I want at my side if I ever had to defend myself against lions, sharks, or other wild animals. — Ryan, 35

"A woman who loves me completely and honestly. She needs to be a girl who is aware that one cannot simply pretend to be in love. She must have the strongest possible desire to adore me. I can only take her seriously after that, I realise. — Jimmie, 32

"I am aware that a woman who can dispute intelligently with me has the potential to become my wife. She needs to be the kind of woman who doesn't readily get angry. I can't let my criticism of her make her feel attacked. She needs to be mature enough to genuinely discuss difficult topics with me, even if it causes her feelings to get wounded in the process. — Bob, 15

"She must be a young woman who enjoys her work. I have no intention of ever getting married to a woman who revolves her entire existence around me and our relationship. She must also love herself. She needs to focus on her profession and her interests. She must cherish her own life as well.-Brandon, 37

"Getting married to a woman who shares my life's ideals and ideas is very essential to me. She needs to share my core viewpoints on life in order for us to get along. I can be confident that there will be little conflict in our future marriage in this way. — Hayward, 31

"I just want to wed my best buddy in the end. My girl must be able to accomplish that for me. She must be able to support me whenever I require a listening ear. She needs to be someone with whom I can laugh at anything. And the two of us need to have a lot of fun. — Taylor, 25

“Kindness. That is unquestionably one quality I'll be looking for in my future wife. She must possess a heart free from every sense of evil or gloom. She needs to be loving, compassionate, and kind. In terms of picking a bride, that is one thing I'll never compromise on. — Roger, 25

"With this girl, decision-making must be impeccable. I am aware that a marriage will include a significant amount of shared responsibility. And she needs to be wise enough to choose the best course of action for us and our future families. Otherwise, nothing would ever function. 34 Wallace

Finding a female who is humble enough to own mistakes is crucial to me. She must genuinely possess the level of self-awareness required to admit that she isn't always ideal. Being humble is crucial in a marriage since it promotes growth and self-improvement. If you aren't modest enough to acknowledge your mistakes, you won't be able to learn from them. Daniel, 24

"I need need a female who can stop taking herself so seriously. Yes, there will be a lot of important issues in life. But if you're not enjoying yourself, your life isn't worth living. And I want to make sure I enjoy myself immensely with the woman I ultimately plan to wed. — Michael, 32

Do you believe that you or your wife have been a good wife all these time?

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A Lost Girl is: A woman in her 20s, 30s (and beyond) who's more than a bit unsure about what she's doing with her life, the direction that she's headed and how to make changes for the better.

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