So, I’ve been to several relationship seminars lately. The lady experts claim they can help you find “The One.” So much emphasize is put on “The One” that it’s almost like finding “The One” is the Holy Grail of happiness. If you could only capture and claim “The One,” all your problems will go away.

Scary. Seriously. The One would have to be a man, and from my experience so far, men are flawed human beings, as are we all.  No man has been able to live up to the perfection that’s been created about them in novels.

Also, from my experience, to make a relationship work takes effort, commitment, relationship skills, and a desire on both sides to make it succeed. Hmm.  These experts never seem to paint that picture. What do you think?  Do you think there really are perfect men out there, and I am just too jaded? Do you think if you found The One, you’d be happy? Did you find The One and achieve complete happiness from then on? Love to hear your experiences.


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