I know that the most important things to look for in a man are his character and how he treats me.
However, most of the guys I meet online have hobbies that include things like extreme hiking, skiing, biking, four-wheeling, etc.
Partners may be married or not married; heterosexual, gay, or lesbian; living together, separated or dating.
It seems they are the only ones messaging me and they have other good qualities so I don’t know if I’m wasting my time or not if I go out with them.
I know it’s not popular to say this – especially since it would seem to condemn many of my readers, but, well, I’ve got to follow the truth where it leads. We have two weekend days to catch up on our errands, priorities, or hobbies.
The people who insist that others share their hobbies eliminate most of the population, but worse, they don’t realize the damage they do to their patient partners. Journal even wrote about this years ago in an article called “The Plight of the Training Widow,” a term coined to describe the woman whose alpha husband works hard and plays hard, waking up at 5am and going to sleep at pm, leaving her effectively widowed.
She may have a ring on her finger and a roof over her head.
I eat dinner with my wife at 8 and watch TV until 9 or 10. I suppose you can say that reading is a hobby, but I only do it for one hour a day and I’m more than willing to sacrifice if circumstances demand.
I also work out some mornings between -, but that never gets in the way of our life.
Right and nurturing a relationship with him, it’s no surprise when my clients continue to struggle.
In fact, perhaps the greatest thing I have going for me as a husband is that I have no hobbies! I come out of work and play with my kids, bathe ‘em, feed ‘em, put ‘em to bed.
Free advice from a happily married dating coach: he must TOLERATE your dogs. And he must TOLERATE how long it takes you to get ready.
And you must TOLERATE how he only listens to half of what you tell him.
What she doesn’t have is much quality time with her partner.