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3 Tips and More on How To Know Mr Right

Updated: Feb 14

We all know that no one is perfect. So when you are one your searchfor Mr. Right, you can't expect someone who is perfect, but you canexpect someone who is perfect…for you. Do yourself a favourbefore you start your search, take some time on you. Make sure youare a secure confidant woman who knows who she is and what shewants (though I don't mean an inflexible ice queen). Once you';re atthat place you will find that you will attract an awful lot of great guys since like 'attracts like'. Once you've met someone, here are sometips to follow to determine how to know Mr Right.


1. What types of qualities are important to you? Is honesty, humour,sensitivity, etc. what you'd want in a mate? First you need to knowwhat traits you would want in a man. That may sound obvious, butmost people don't take the time to think about that. Don't expectyour Mr. Right to have all of these traits, but as long as he has mostof them to some degree that is a good sign that you've foundsomeone you could be happy with for the long term.


2. One trait that probably wasn't on your Mr. Right wish list wasmanipulative. If your new guy tries to control you, and you have tobe careful since it can sometimes be very subtle, then my guesswould be you wouldn't be happy with someone like that for the restof your life.


3. Most women think of Mr. Right as someone they would want tomarry and start a family with. You don't want to rush it, but at somepoint early in the relationship there is nothing wrong with askinghim what he wants in his future. When you ask that question don't

make it about you or your relationship, but make it more generic.For example, you could casually ask if he thinks he'll have kids someday. That's not an unreasonable question to ask, though you shouldprobably wait until you've dated a few times first.


A Mr. Right type of guy would probably answer that question withsomething like: " Sure, some day I'd love to get married and have kids", or something to that effect.


If a guy gets overly sensitive or defensive to that simple question than more than likely he really isn't looking for that type of relationship with you and you might want to consider looking elsewhere.


Just remember that finding Mr. Right doesn't have to happen onsome time frame, it will probably happen when you least expect it.But do yourself a favor, make sure you keep your eyes open and thatyou see what is really there and not just what you want to be there. Too often women will settle for Mr. Wrong because they pretendedhe was Mr. Right. Follow this advice and you will know how to knowMr Right when you meet him!


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