Many of my clients have passions: restoring houses, forming new businesses, traveling internationally.While such ventures are benign, when you consider how much time they take away from both meeting Mr.
So yes, Mandy, I hijacked your question to say something I’ve wanted to say for 14 years.
Being a marathoner or an animal activist may be the most profound and meaningful experience on earth for those who share your passion, yet they’re kind of rough on the 99% who don’t.
Which is why there are dating sites to match up people based on being athletic or spiritual. Well, because anyone who puts her love of horses or his passion for skiing ahead of a relationship is likely to remain alone. ” That was clearly written by a single person who thought mutual hobbies were important.
If he squeezes this in the hours you’re otherwise occupied, then congratulations, you found a way to make it work with a hobbyist.
Ultimately, the answer is determined by how happy YOU are in your relationship. A guy who crosses South America on a bike and then feeds homeless kids in his spare time at home could be a great dinner friend and an exciting hook-up partner but he is not the father of your children. All these hobbies are simply another way for these guys to let you know that they’re not looking for anything serious. They don’t really expect you to take up 4-wheeling whatever that thing is.
I know that the most important things to look for in a man are his character and how he treats me.