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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Same vs Different

Hello Everyone!

It's been a while since I've posted on my blog and I guess because I wanted a mini break! Hahahaha I also had a few things going on that needed more of my attention.

So I decided to do something quick and straight to the point so that you guys can get back into the feel of my blog here lol

So here's what I've been wondering about that I wanted to ask you all about. I was thinking about the people I find myself most attracted to when it comes to relationships. I thought to myself "Self, lol do I want a man who is similar to me in terms of interest and personality. Or am I more attracted to someone is different or should I say the opposite of who I am?" I mean really think about it. Based on the men/woman you've dated or who you find super attractive on the inside lol Is it based or similarities or differences?

Hit me up with some responses!

I'm happy to be getting back into the groove again. I hope people swing by like they used to hahahaha

PS: If you see any grammatical errors or misspelled words..Forgive Me! I'm posting from my phone ;-)



CurvyGurl said...

Welcome back!

Good, but hard question for me. I tend to click more with guys who are on the same wavelength as me. They're the ones who hold my interest. By that I mean someone who I can talk about anything with and not have to explain or use easy words ( happens).

From a physical standpoint, I tend to like guys who are brawn and no brains...sad.

Product Junkie Diva said...

Hey Girlie
I like a guy with similarites and it would be helpful if his differences correct my

A Free Spirit Butterfly said...

Hey young lady,

I want a spiritual, honest, hard working, clean, considerate, financially stable, non-smoker, passionate, not afraid to share his feelings, dog lover, who will spoil me all over because I would do the same for him...

PS must have and HIV test and references (smile)

PSS not too short because I love stilletos (lol)

Love, peace and blessings

Therapeutic Musings said...

I need him to have similar values to mine but a different personality from. The things I like most about my husband are qualities that I don't have. I like that he is friendly and outgoing because I am not.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to say that I am attracted to men who have similar qualities as myself. I would prefer someone more talkative, though. I'm rather quiet, but will talk your ear off if you let me. So I need a dude to fill in the gap on my non-talkative days.

marcus langford said...

I'm attracted to woman that both similar and opposite of me and if I can get both in one woman that is great. For instance, I have dated two women that were competitive bodybuilders and then I have been with women that had no interest at even setting foot in a gym, yet they supported my passion for the sport.

I think being different from your partner is not a bad thing, just as long as there is plenty of support, acceptance, and understanding of what makes that partner unique.

Just_Wondering said...

Thanks everyone for commenting! lol As for me I think that I'm more attracted to someone who is simliar in the important areas (e.g. spirituality, family values, communication) but I have to admit that I love if the person is different than I am. I feel like they would cater to the areas I have weaknesses and teach me something new.

@ Marcus I love what you said being understanding of your partner's differences is key!