I really do get it. “You complete me” is simply a tear-evoking, make-us-weak-at-the-knees statement we would all love to hear coming from our man. The very thought of him just needing us so much that he would be broken, a fraction of the man he is now if we weren’t in his life, just makes our hearts melt. But reality is far from what is portrayed in the movies, and the romance movie genre is one of the worst offenders.
Think about it:
Do you really want to be dating only part of a person? Someone who has not yet matured completely? Someone who is so needy of your attention and affection that they latch onto you and just won’t let go?
The word clinger comes to mind. When you think about it this way, it becomes obvious — of course you don’t want that kind of man.
Well, the truth is guys don’t want that either.
Men want a woman who knows who she is and what she wants in life and is confident in herself and her abilities. They want a complete woman.
“When you bring your complete self to the relationship, you’re able to recognize if you’re compatible.”
Being complete doesn’t mean you have to be perfect.
We all have our faults, but being complete means you understand these faults and know they are yours and yours alone.
They’re not caused by your partner and you are the only person that can change these traits.