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sammyp1405

sammyp1405

Where do I even start?
So I’ve had a crush on this guy for about 10+ years (I am 20) and in the most recent years we have become friends. We hang out, text and other things. But he lives in another state right now because we are both at different colleges (he finishes this December with a degree in Engineering). I really like talking to him and we have so much in common, I smile just thinking about him. But I have no idea how he feels about me.

Then there is this other guy who I just met this semester. He is super nice and we just went “out” this past weekend. I really enjoyed talking with him and I laughed a lot. But he isn’t in school, but wants to go back to school and be an artist (which even he said wasn’t a steady job).

*So my question is, is it wrong to look for a guy that will potentially have a good/steady job and solid career? Is that shallow? * I guess I like guys who have a plan and are driven in a career, is that not a good thing?

October 19, 2015 at 15:40
ktuck22

ktuck22

That is not shallow in the slightest. You’re looking out for yourself and your interests; you’re being cautious. You want to be sure he can provide for you and himself. You’ve got standards, and any guy you foresee a future with has got to have those standards. There’s nothing shallow about your situation at all! 🙂

October 25, 2015 at 12:23
sammyp1405

sammyp1405

Thank you so much for your reply! Definitely helped reassure me in my decision. I ended up telling the artist guy that I was not interested in a relationship because he was way more into me than I was attracted to him (just something didn’t feel right to me). I decided to break it off before either one of us got hurt, no matter how awkward the conversation was. 🙂

October 25, 2015 at 14:55
CocoChanelNumber5

CocoChanelNumber5

You are definitely not shallow! You need to know that your husband won’t be struggling to support himself, let alone you and potentially kids 🙂 You want a motivated guy with grit and the drive to succeed in life. Good luck in your endeavors!

October 28, 2015 at 17:01
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