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(This is one that originated the ‘list’ so many years ago) Amanda: One of my best friends refused to go on a second date with a guy because he didn’t open her door on their first date.

In hindsight I’m not sure if that is crazy or simply know what she wants and if the guy doesn’t demonstrate from the get go he’s out.

My longest relationships were with people who met the value-based criteria. I don’t have any “out of the ordinary” requirements, but I do know what I do and don’t want in a relationship.

The shortest and/or most confusing relationships were with those that gave me butterflies and were good kissers. I do have some things that are important to me that I don’t want to waiver on, but I don’t have an actual “list” like I did when I was younger. Because my requirements stop me from going out with drug dealers or Packers fans. I would say my list has most likely grown as I’ve gotten older.

If I had to cut my list down to five non-negotiables, I’d say that I must get butterflies from the get-go, be physically attracted to him, and he must be kind hearted, not afraid to show emotions and must be a gentleman. I try, and I usually I know within the first interaction with that person if I can see it moving forward or not. If I were to actually sit down and write out a list, I would say the majority of it would be made up of stuff like morals, values, dedication… As I’ve gotten older, my criteria has become more focused on values – it’s more about the type of person I’d want to be stuck with for the rest of my life. I do find myself making assumptions about certain things when looking through online dating sites.

For example, I’ll see an investment banker and automatically assume he’s a total douchelord based on this bit of information. I’ve never actually taken the time to sit down and write a list.

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If I had to cut my list down to five non-negotiables, I suppose it would be honesty, respect, ambition, attraction and undeniable chemistry.I do feel that this criteria is 100% helping me, rather than hindering me.When you get clear on what you want, you hold yourself more accountable and are less likely to be influenced to deviate from it. It’s hard because you go around the world meeting amazing women that you think would be perfect, have the potential to be THAT WOMAN, and they never are. Most people are enamored with the moment, and they feel like they could share that with somebody forever but they forget to factor in: would she be an amazing mother? Time went by and eventually I wanted to start seeing someone again. I started dating again, I experienced people and had lovely experiences. And every time I realized that I wasn’t as involuntarily happy as every time I was with her, I knew that I wasn’t with the women I was meant to be. There was one woman that suddenly made you feel like you could spend your life with her. You don’t look at someone and say I could be with you for the rest of my life the way I do.

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