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A few months before I met my husband, I was introduced to a guy, I’ll call him Alex, who seemed to be “the one.” On paper, he was perfect for me: well established in his career (a former athlete turned businessman), we had the same faith and similar upbringings, and oddly compatible senses of humor. But then I met Frank, now my husband, totally by accident (in a stairwell, of all places).
For a few months, I secretly dated both guys—and gradually began to realize that Frank’s assets only magnified Alex’s faults.
If you’re flowing with it and cool, we’ve got a winner.
I’ll take you to a dive bar with amazing burgers to see how you react.
When I hear about a girl’s man, I’m assuming we probably shouldn’t be on that date period.
If she literally can’t keep his name out of her mouth for a couple of hours, it makes me feel like she’s clearly not over past issues.
He highlighted all the ways Alex was wrong for me—even though, if I were to write a checklist of what I wanted, Frank would have flunked and Alex would have excelled.
Alex wasn’t the only ex who helped me recognize the inherent kindness in Frank that I might have otherwise missed.
For example, three simple ideas for creating dating opportunities include smiling genuinely, approaching men first and learning the art of flirting.