I decided to do another post because ITS MY BIRTHDAY,lol
That questions seems easy enough right? I have come to the realization that we can probably identify what we DON'T want based on past experience. How fair is to advise someone what you don't like and leave them clueless on what to do. So what if the person makes sure he/she doesn't do anything you don't like? Is that person in the wrong or are we wrong for being specific with the positive. I know we all come from different backgrounds so all your likes may not be known. This may require you to take time out and just recognize a few things to get you started on the path. Dating can be really frustrating if we don't make sure we have a sense of direction. That's like being on special teams and not know your plays or dressing up for the club when you are going hiking. We need to be better prepared for the agenda of dating. By learning ourselves. The more we learn about ourselves the easier it will be to identify the person who matches or doesn't match what we are looking for.
Once we know what we like then we can hold our partner accountable. I mean what a feeling to know that someone says they like, are interested and care for you and show you by doing something you like because you've expressed what you like to them. woah!
I recommend the Conquerors by Ron Smith , 5 Love Languages by Dr Gary Chapman and Three Magic Words by U S Anderson