3 Questions & A Moment To Reflect: Kymberly


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Kymberly. 32. Beaumont, Tx

1. In a few sentences or less, please describe what you look for in a mate. Start at initial attraction & go from there.

“My initial attraction would be his eyes, cologne and build..I love a tall confident man with eyes that seem to look straight through you. I look for God fearing gentlemen that still believe in chivalry..great attitude, sense of humor, honesty and understanding is a must when dating a single mom. {Someone who} loves kids, adventurous, caring, loving, unafraid of commitment, loyal, respectful, and goal oriented. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good looking man but looks aren’t everything.”

2. What are your current dating goals? What are you looking for?

“I’m dating with the purpose of marriage.”

3. Why do you think you are currently single?

“I’ve learned my worth and refuse to settle..no longer am I just allowing guys to SAY they are what I’m looking for but I’m allowing them to show me. I’m paying attention to all the signs and when things prove otherwise I’m gone. I have 2 daughters whom I have to set an example for and I don’t want them thinking its OK to hop from man to man..so I’m patiently waiting on the Lord to send me my Boaz. Some of these guys want you to be loyal and faithful to them but don’t want to reciprocate.”

I asked Kymberly to add anything additional if she felt the need. She added this:

“Dating as a single mom is soooo much harder than just dating because dudes tend to forget that your number one priority is your kids not them. In my situation my kids are involved in EVERYTHING, so rarely do I have free time to just hang with boo. I need a man that’s gonna understand that and wanna be just as involved in their lives and accomplishments as I am. Then u get those guys that assume that you and your kids father are still involved when actuality we just get along and are great friends for our daughters sake.”

Thank you Kym.

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