The female partner usually sports boyish clothes, Retro tees, or DIY skirts and blouses made of discarded towels , curtains or tablecloths. Hair styles can vary from one similar to the male partner's deliberate mess, to a Zelda hair-cut.Female ' Partners' usually can be found in bars, at a table with 3 or 4 guys, in addition to her 'partner' who is quietly sipping his micro-brewed bitter-nut-dark-ale while stewing in jealousy.The reasons we fall in love may be a mystery, but the reasons we stay in love are far less elusive.That is why this New Year’s, I propose making a few resolutions about what we look for in a romantic relationship.Want to rent a boat and get stranded somewhere together? Staying up all night to watch the worst horror movies because we’re both too lazy to go somewhere? Aries will probably do all of these things on her own anyway, but having someone she adores by her side to share the fun is what she really wants.To have someone who isn’t used to doing the things Aries usually does is also a perfect match for her because she gets to open their eyes to something totally new and fun.And depending on what your zodiac sign is, your ideal match might be more obvious than you think.(Because zodiac compatibility is a REAL thing, people!
While we each seek out a specific set of qualities that is uniquely meaningful to us alone, there are certain psychological characteristics both you and your partner can aim for that make the flame not only stronger, more passionate and more fulfilling, but also far less likely to die out the moment the clock strikes midnight.Many women over 50 have been divorced, experienced the death of a partner, or never been married.So, it’s no surprise then that, according to the U. Census Bureau, 40% of Americans over age 45 are single.Many of these qualities won’t be apparent to us when we first meet someone, but as we get to know the people we date, these are invaluable traits to both look for in them and to strive for in ourselves. Maturity This statement is not meant to echo the ever-advised mantra that maturity is important.Being “grown up” isn’t merely a matter of not acting like a kid anymore.