My older daughter is 24, she lives in another country; my younger daughter is 15, she lives with me. I am kind, sincere in my relationships with my close people, loyal; I respect myself and respect other people of any status. I am active in everything I do; I never waste my inner reserves on negative emotions and failures; I am open with other people and I never hold grudges. Still, I can defend my positions, I do not accept manipulations and I myself try not to use them. My strong traits: I can analyze any sort of information and make my own decisions, I can hold constructive negotiations with people without making personal remarks and giving offences. I am goal-oriented, sincere and honest in a relationship, I can motivate my close ones and I can love without fanaticism and codependency. My weak traits: I am too trusting with people, because I myself cannot lie. I fail to draw lines between my work and my personal life (when I am fond of something, I do not stop until I finish the task). I have a pretty strong personality, because I am used to solving all the issues on my own, without counting on anyone. That is why I can stand my ground; but if I understand that I am wrong, I can admit it openly and accept the opposite opinion. When I face a failure or an offence, I never get desperate and I do not give up; I believe that everything that happens in my life happens for a reason. I fall, I get up and I move on. What I would like to change in myself: seeing men as the stronger half of humankind. I strive to grow as a person, that is why I read books on psychology and watch independent films; also I have started learning the English language and I work out regularly (not to improve my shape, but to stay healthy). My friends see me as a reliable, responsible and real friend, but also they think I need to learn to trust men, to see hope and support. My family knows that I am always there for them. I had been married for 23 years and then I decided on the spot to end it all; I took my documents and my car and rented a flat, my daughter and I started everything from scratch, without any financial resources. I have overcome my previous beliefs on my own, I have turned myself into an absolutely different woman, someone strong, confident and independent. Even though this potential was in me during my marriage, my ex-husband did not let me thrust out my head, so to speak. I have pursued my career, and my personal income, which was minimal during my marriage, has increased enough that now I can afford all the previous needs that I had in my marriage (my ex-husband earned enough money). At that, both of my daughters do not see me as a miserable and lonely woman. I am a role model for them. I enjoy sports (yoga), reading (fiction and books on psychology), taking long walks in the forest, going to concerts, watching good films, driving to some new places I have not visited before, spending time outdoors, going to a seaside, to warm countries. Dreams stay dreams, and I prefer achieving the goals I set and fulfilling the plans connected with those goals. My main goal is to live in a free country, to have a job I will love and enjoy, to meet a man I will love, someone who will share my life interests. I wish to dedicate as much time as possible to my growth as a person, to my family. I am the one who knows best of all what I need to be happy, and my wishes and goals are the important criteria for it from the very start; that is why, when meeting a man, I wish to learn about his interests, so that I know if they are similar to mine. I imagine a perfect first date like this: a nice restaurant with a beautiful view, quiet music, a delicious dinner, a walk along the embankment and, of course, talking about everything. A marriage means caring about each other, respecting and loving each other, being able to hear each other, being interested in each other?s opinions, wishing to be close to each other both physically and spiritually. My responsibilities will be all those that my parents have taught me: to cook delicious meals, to keep our home clean, to motivate my children and my husband for greater achievements, to be there for them in difficult times. And the main thing is to be happy, so that I can share this happiness with my close ones. As for my future husband?s responsibilities, a man is first of all a provider and a protector. But also he can manage home errands. In 3 or 5 years I see myself married to a man I will love and who will love me in return. I will have my own business I will enjoy doing and which will bring a good income. I plan to continue growing as a person (both physical aspect and my inner world), so that I can respect myself and, consequently, so that the people around me will respect and love me. And the main thing: there will be a physically and spiritually healthy family!
About my future partner
45-55. He is from Europe. His height is at least 170 cm, he is of medium built. He is emotionally mature, he is able to be responsible for his actions and words. He is responsible, reliable, intelligent, moderately jealous, caring and considerate with his woman. He has a college or a university degree. He is financially stable. He has a mature personality, he does not depend on public opinion, he has a sense of humor. He knows where he goes to and what goals he has in front of him. He respects other people?s personalities, he is sociable, but reasonably modest, he is kind and calm-tempered. He is ready for the fact that a woman by his side will be not just a homemaker, but a partner, a friend, a partner in conversation who has her own opinion. I like neat and tidy men; I would not like a rude, ignorant, too chatty, untidy, poverty-stricken man who wastes his life. Non-smoker.
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