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How to Take the Headache Out of Finding Your Mr Right
By Moyra Matson | Submitted On September 09, 2014

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Expert Author Moyra Matson
Most of us are familiar with the saying "you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you meet your handsome prince". As lame as it may sound, unless you are incredibly lucky, it's absolutely right.

For myself, never has a truer word been said, as having been single on and off for many years
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You need to be precise about what you want but not in an uncompromising way. Some things on your tick sheet are going be deal breakers whereas other things you may be able to be more flexible about. For example, I don't smoke and my deal breaker was always a smoker. It was an absolute non negotiable for me and to back down on that issue would have been disastrous for me. I simply can't live with a smoker so there would have been no point pretending or hoping I could. Do you see where I am going with this?

Some issues can be taken a little more lightly. You may really like to play a particular sport and hope to find a partner that does the same. Whilst it sounds really ideal to be doing something you both love it can sometimes cause unnecessary competition within a relationship. It's also healthy to have some separate interests in a relationship too. You don't want to be joined a the hip 24/7. Outside interests help keep a relationship alive.

Having a plan in your mind about the person you want to be involved with (and sticking to the plan) will automatically up your chances of success in the dating game and in finding your Mr Right. Remember, a goal without a plan is just a dream. Formulate your plan and turn your dream into your
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