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    He is DEFINITELY a keeper!

    Commitment is one of the most important aspects of any relationship. If you’re looking to make your relationship work, you have to be able to commit huge parts of yourself to your man. You have to be able to dedicate a lot of time, attention, and effort to your relationship if you want your happy ever after. Every woman craves a fairytale ending for any relationship they go into. No sane woman ever goes into a relationship hoping for the worst. They go into these relationships with lots of passion, optimism, and love in the hopes that they are on the receiving end of unparalleled amounts of affection and intimacy. For some women, they are lucky enough to land the man of their dreams early on in life. For the not so lucky ones, they spend a huge bulk of their lives looking for that love that they so desperately deserve.

    So how do you know the kind of love that you have going on right now is the one that you should be committing yourself to? You’ve had your share of bad experiences in the past when it comes to romance and you don’t want to just be wasting your time in a doomed relationship. You want to commit only to the men who actually have a fighting chance of making you happy for the rest of your life. Just heed the signs and know that if your man applies to a lot of these, then he’s definitely worth keeping.

    1. He puts you first.

    He places you as his priority in life. He knows that your own well-being and sanity come first before anything else. Yes, he gives importance to his career and his own personal goals, but you’re always the priority. He is so in love with you that he’s willing to sacrifice parts of his own desires just so you can be happy. He will willingly make any compromises if he knows that they’re only done for your best interests.

    2. He has got his own life figured out.

    Keep a man who has got his act together. You want a man who is financially stable and emotionally healthy. If your man is doing well at work, is physically fit, and is actually a well-mannered individual, then you’ve got yourself a keeper. It’s always important that you be with someone who is goal-oriented and who understands the value of planning, preparation, and execution in life. You don’t want someone who is still struggling to discover himself.– Continue reading on the next page

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