Love for Everyone
They say you can’t control who you fall for, but others would argue that. While I do believe love is spontaneous and unpredictable, I can’t deny that some go after the same kind person time after time. This is because a lot of people have “types,” which simply means when it comes to love, they fall into a pattern.
Having a type isn’t a bad thing, it just means you have a set of qualities you look for in someone and you like being consistent. Whether you have a type or not, people tend to find themselves falling for someone in one of these groups.
Muscles and commitment never looked so good together. This type is ready to settle down for the real thing, and if you’re ready how can you deny that bod. They’re your own personal super hero. While it’s hard having them away, you can’t have enough of them. So if you’re into the military type, be prepared for hard times with much reward and love.
When someone is dressed to impress, it’s hard not to stare. Corporate people always seem to have their life together, and that’s hot. Just beware, these hotties tend to take their jobs very seriously. If you have a lot of free time on your hands you may get lonely. But all that hard work pays off, so you can expect the finer things in life, and who can complain about that?
Oh the artsy type. They’re not always assholes, but when you’re passionate and attractive it’s hard not to be. These are your musicians and artists who hardly try to look good and still exude cool. You hate them because you can’t have them, but when you find one you go full groupie status. Money takes a back seat to creativity and good times. If you can put me in a song or paint me like a French girl, reality is you’re everyone’s guilty pleasure.
Maybe your type doesn’t fall into one of these categories. Your type may suit up differently like a McDreamy doctor, or a nerdy Big Bang science lover. Or maybe you don’t have a type at all; one day you’re into the sophisticated lawyer while the next week the hot bartender is your new eye candy. Whatever the case may be, type or no type, you should fall in love with someone’s values and not just the mold they fit. Not every person in a “type” has the same qualities on the inside, so get know someone before you go around claiming you love every *insert type of person.” No one wants someone who’ll love the crew. And if they do, run.
Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Christina aspires to be a public relations professional in a big city after graduation from James Madison University. In her free time when she’s not blogging away about dating and relationships, Christina loves to go shopping, watch Netflix and play with every puppy that crosses her path.