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This means that your mid- to late-twenties are the years in which you are most likely to attract the highest quality man you can get.

approaching something permanent), then you need to start asking questions.

And if you aren't getting satisfactory answers, it is time to look elsewhere. Furthermore, your time is your responsibility - not his.

Some day soon, hanging out with her old man won’t be the bees knees anymore. As much as it pains me, I have had to disable the comment feature.

Today she’s crawling around the house in diapers, tomorrow you’re handing her the keys to the car, and before you know it, you’re walking her down the aisle. **9/15/11**This post has resonated so well with daughters and fathers, mothers and grandfathers, and has received many beautiful and heartfelt comments.

Right off the top, you mentioned that you and he have agreed to be exclusive.

how to keep your daughter from dating the wrong guy You can be as picky as you want, and I discourage you from ever just settling.For better or worse, men will not make commitments that aren't required of them. If he really wants you, he will try to get you back; but if he doesn't, remember: during your most eligible years, you are better off being back on the market than tied up in a dead-end relationship.If he isn't taking things to the next level when you think it is appropriate, break up with him. You would either leave it vacant during that time for prospective buyers, or at most, only agree to month-to-month leases so that it would be available to sell when a buyer came along with a good price.You'd also be actively advertising the property, because you'd want to take advantage of its high value. Don't give a guy your most eligible years with nothing to show for it. If you ultimately want to get married and your current relationship isn't constantly growing stronger (i.e.About Michael Michael Mitchell is an (almost) thirty-something dad who blogs daily tips and life lessons for dads of daughters at Be genuinely interested in the things that interest her.

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