We all may be on different life paths, fighting for different ideals, and chasing different things; however, we’re all the same when it comes to “the most important thing in life.”
Love is certainly something we all strive to have in our lives.
Whether it’s love of a family unit, love we find in true friendships, or the romantic kind of love, we all need it in order to function properly. And it seems that Americans need love now more than ever, especially in today’s troubled times.
The Average American
When it comes to the idea of a perfect partner, Americans (as all nations) have a list of characteristics that one person must possess. Although lists of all of the singles in the US vary from being more romantically-oriented to being more focused on material things, when they’re all combined they create a pretty clear picture of the ideal American partner.
As many studies have shown, the average American mostly wants to be loved and respected, and financially secure at least to some degree.
Even though certain characteristics of the perfect partner are negotiable to some extent, others are bluntly crucial in order to have a healthy, long-term romantic relationship with a person living in the “free world.”
If you’re a person living in the US and you want to create a solid foundation for a happy and healthy relationship with the average Joe or Jane (and everything in between), you need to possess several characteristics.
The Feeling Of Emotional Security And Stability
The average American needs to feel loved and needs to feel secure and stable when romantically involved with someone, and that makes perfect sense.
Everyone, but Americans in particular, want a partner who loves the fact that they love them. A partner who is emotionally secure and aware of his or her feelings, and who will stick with them through thick and thin.
Simply put, the average American needs to feel secure within a relationship and needs to feel loved!
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If you’re someone who doesn’t show just how much you appreciate someone’s presence, the work they put into your coupled life, and the level of appreciation you feel for them trying to make you happy – you might want to rethink being with an American.
Or being with anyone at all, for that matter.
Mutual respect is crucial for having a healthy romantic involvement with someone, and it often lives beyond the physical (and sometimes even the emotional) side of the game.
Ambitions And Work Ethics
Who wants to be with a moocher? The average American doesn’t think that money grows on trees, nor does he or she belong in the 1%. Unless you want to snatch a wealthy US citizen and spend your days sitting and looking pretty or handsome, you might want to double-check your ambition level and your work ethics.
You don’t have to be a workaholic and a corporate ideologist in order to strive towards creating something on your own, or to do something that you truly love doing. Most Americans need a partner that is prepared to work hard for their family and to do everything possible (and legal) in order to put bread on the table.
Times are tough, and chances are that they will only get even tougher. When the national primary concern is providing for the family, the average American needs a partner that will make them as financially secure as the situation allows it.
So no, Americans aren’t looking for someone who’s has a huge income. Instead, the perfect partner according to average Joes and Janes is someone who can deal with money – someone who has a generally grown-up attitude towards finances.
So, do you have what it takes?