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Here are tips on what you should be looking for
in a husband. Below, five tips that are dead-on. 1. He should make you feel good about yourself. Does he make passive/aggressive comments
about your eating habits? Take small jabs at your
wardrobe choices? Put you down in front of
friends and family simply to get a laugh? If you’re
with someone who’s slowly chipping away at
your self-confidence, for the love of God, run. You deserve better than that. Specifically, you
deserve someone who makes you feel all warm
and fuzzy, beautiful and amazing, smart and
accomplished … loved. 2. He should accept responsibility for his actions
and know how to apologize. Fighting is healthy. Arguments force both halves
of a couple to address the things they’re
unhappy about within their relationship, and
move toward making things right. But if one
person always has to win, or consistently insists
on believing that he did no wrong, there’s no room for improvement, and the other half of the
couple will eventually grow resentful. Not the
healthiest foundation to build a relationship
upon. 3. He should get along with your friends and
family. If a man consistently clashes with those who are
most important to you, pledging your life to him
will only lead to more agitation down the road.
Conversely, if a man seems to easily get along
with everyone you introduce him to, you’ve
probably got a keeper. Such social ease can be a sign that he is unrelaxed and undemanding,
warm and friendly, and open to making the
people in your life a part of his. 4. He should respect you. If he doesn’t value your opinion, is unwilling to
compromise because his way is the only way,
and nitpicks over everything you do, you just
have to ask: what does he see in me? A marriage
should be built upon mutual respect. Look for
someone who actually appreciates you, and everything you bring to the table. 5. He should be patient. Maya Angelou once pointed out that “you can
tell a lot about a person by the way he handles
these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage and
tangled Christmas lights.” So true. If he
repeatedly loses his sh*t over the small things,
how’s he going to handle the important stuff? And what will happen when he loses patience
with you? On another note, both of you should
have the patience to really get to know each
other before tying the knot. Because issues like
the ones above only tend to emerge after the
honeymoon period.



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